A total of 50 items listed.
How low can we go?
Dr Martin Knopf
Downsizing the internal combustion engine is cutting fuel consumption, improving vehicle efficiency and reducing carbon emissions
Start/Stop engines come of age
The development behind engines that automatically switch off during idling and can significantly reduce fuel consumption and emissions
Responses to: On Target?; Response to: Electric Vehicles
Ruth Lea; David Cebon FREng and Nick Collings FREng
Professor Roger Kemp FREng
The Royal Academy of Engineering has produced a report that looks at the options and likely implementation for electric vehicle development
A new kind of variable engine transmission that boosts fuel efficiency and reduces carbon emissions.
Beyond Formula One
How motor-racing technology is finding applications for its innovations across other industries, like healthcare and defence.
Compact diesel filters
Dr Martyn Twigg
MacRobert Award finalists Johnson Matthey have developed a compact filter that removes harmful particulates from vehicle engine emissions.
JCB Dieselmax – powering the World's Fastest Diesel Vehicle
How a standard JCB engine was turned into a 350mph diesel record breaker
Vehicle Sound Engineering
Dr Paul Jennings, Dr Garry Dunne and Roger Williams
Creating car sounds that are appropriate to their marques
A Dual-Purpose Tunnel
The creation of Kuala Lumpur's Stormwater Management and Road Tunnel (SMART)
Professor Frank Kelly FRS
Is road pricing necessary and what are the challenges that must be overcome to make it happen?
Responses to ‘Philosophy in the Making’,‘Ethics and the Engineer’and ‘Engineering and the Artist’s Eye’
Dr Bill Addis, Professor W Richard Bowen and David Quinion FREng