Everest Team Presents its Group of Powertrain Research Companies at SAE this October
Chicago, August 26, 2009 (word count: 301)
Everest Team is a business interest group of eight companies with complementary expertise in the automotive and transportation sectors. Engine and vehicle engineering research testing is the group's core competence. Everest Team will be exhibiting at the SAE Commercial Vehicle Engineering Congress and Exhibition in Rosemont, Ill., on Oct. 6 and 7, 2009, as part of the Truck Tech France Pavilion, booth 607.
To address the continuously changing automotive market requirements, Everest Team provides a full-service offer of dense expertise from research to industrialization for powertrain mechanics and
electronics; complete and rapid prototype engine building up capabilities; and permanently available testing facilities.
Some current projects for the group include:
• Prototyping and testing a variable compression ratio engine
• Combustion and control of 2-stroke engines (gasoline and diesel)
• New modes of combustions (HCCI, CAI, etc.)
• Durability testing of components, engines and vehicles
• Reduction of fuel consumption and emissions
• Combustion noise
• Powertrain vibrations
• Aerodynamic noise
• Hybrid vehicles
Being composed of small companies that are used to working together, Everest Team combines a high level of reactivity, while offering an outstanding competence and skill in the vehicle powertrain field.
Everest Team companies, working from their Europe-based operations, are focusing their latest projects on the international market, specifically targeting Asia and North America for business development.
The following equipment is available through Everest Team companies:
• Advanced metrology (laser velocimetry PIV, unregulated pollutants, particle size
• Road testing and vehicle testing runways
• 2 semi-anechoic chassis dynamometers
• 35 engine test beds
• External aerodynamics wind tunnel
• Rapid compression machine
• 3-D scanning laser vibrometry
• Quick prototyping and machining tools
• Hardware-In-Loop simulators.
Its current workforce counts 200 employees, including 150 engineers and technicians, having over 15 years of experience in the powertrain domain.
High-resolution images are available on request.
For more information, please contact:
Dominique Loze, of Aboard Engineering
Technopôle du Madrillet
2, rue Joseph Fourier
76800 Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray FRANCE
Tel.: +33 5 61 61 26 40
FRENCH TECHNOLOGY PRESS OFFICE
205 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 3740
Chicago, IL 60601
Fax: (312) 327-5261
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