Aircraft engine-maker Textron Lycoming, Williamsport Pa., is recalling crankshafts used in Robinson helicopters, late-model Cessna 182s, and some Commander 112s.
A survey reveals what U.S. companies are doing in preparation for European recycling mandates and efforts to reduce the amount of toxic materials used in finished products.
An American architect and a German chemist offer "green" guidelines that just might save the planet from the effects of flawed design.
Collier Technologies Inc. (CTI) has formed a new company called City Engines Inc. to develop and market hydrogen/natural gas (HCNG) engines.
Highly flexible TOK couplings connect combustion engines to dynamometers for testing and evaluation.
With record-level fuel prices and EPA Tier-3 diesel-engine exhaust emission standards taking effect, off-road equipment buyers are putting unprecedented emphasis on the powerplants in their new machines.
Induction systems give instant-on heat for Lean soldering and brazing operations.
General Motors of Canada and Hydrogenics Corp., Ontario, Canada, are dipping their collective toes into the hydrogen economy, testing the viability of hydrogen-powered industrial vehicles.
For the last two years, a soy-based hydraulic fluid has kept the elevators inside the Statue of Liberty operating. The National Park Service and USDA's Agriculture Research Service (ARS) teamed to develop a fluid from soy, a renewable resource...
Researchers at all the major car companies and U.S. labs are trying to perfect homogenous-charge compressionignition technology (HCCI) in the quest for more fuel-efficient internal combustion engines.