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Non Destructive Testing Of Cold Rolling Mills Rolls

Once the roll is completed, whatever is inside the roll cannot be seen with normal eye vision. Externally roll appears to be normal.possibility of surface and sub-surface defects can exist which is un noticed externally defect in rolls can be ...

Fiat Linea T-Jet - First Drive

In its latest avatar, the Fiat Linea T-Jet offers a larger slice of excitement with a world renowned power plant. Dilip Desai takes the car for a quick spin to see if it has bettered itself? ... Before we get into the nitty-gritties of the car itself, a quick word on Fiat?s T-Jet engine. Based on a direct-injection technology in which fuel is injected directly into the combustion chamber as opposed to in the manifold, the T-Jet family of engines subscribes to the new philosophy of European manufacturers opting to maximize the potential of small displacement engines. Volkswagen has been following a similar approach to petrol engines with its TFSI technology, and despite initial reservations the new way of treating fuel has taken off this side of the Atlantic in a big way. What seals the case massively in the favour of turbocharged direct injection is the responsiveness it imparts to engines ? from big torque of good driveability and fuel efficiency, to the high revving performance one would expect from a petrol mill. And all this with big savings in fuel and emissions, thanks to cleaner and more efficient burning inside the cylinderse.

Say hello to the Santa Fe a vehicle which is big and butch in a Korean-Euro style but has many in a dilemma as to whether its svelte style is that of a serious mud-plugger or it can pull it off with its overtly butch soft-roader appeal. This is key for the Santa Fe's move to dislodge such established runners as the Toyota Fortuner, the Honda CR-V and the Mitsubishi Outlander, all of which have stamped their mark among punters willing to splurge/invest (select choice of word as per one's inclination) in this class of the car market.

 
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The introductory drive of the Linea with its new powerplant took the ZigWheels team to the airstrip at the Amby Valley City at Lonavla near Pune. While testing and experiencing the car on a 1.5 kilometre straight with cones thrown in to test the car?s response to change in direction was far from the perfect way to evaluate the new car, it did bring a lot of things into stark notice. To start with, the quickness of the T-Jet engine in a straight line is encouraging. We?ll still need to subject it to real words roads, in different gears and over different gradients, but preliminary impressions are good. The figures on paper are interesting too ? pumped by a 2.2 bar turbo, the 1.4-litre T-Jet engine makes 114PS of power at a high 5000 rpm, but also manages to churn out a startling 207Nm of torque, which is commendable for a small-displacement petrol engine. The T-Jet version also gets bigger 16-inch wheels and wider 205/55 tyres, which should aid handling sufficiently for the enhanced speeds.

In a nutshell, the experience when compared to the current versions of the Linea is much more exciting, and looks further in the direction of customer satisfaction, especially so for performance minded buyers. Our final tests on real roads and surfaces will be more telling, and the ultimate judgment on the car will depend on how Fiat prices the car, so log on to www.zigwheels.com for our report on the car, real soon!

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Hyundai launches its third SUV offering, the Santa Fe

Hyundai has just launched its popular Santa Fe in India. After selling over 2 million globally, Hyundai has finally brought in its third SUV offering India. While you can read about its exclusive drive reports elsewhere on the website, here's ...

Vodafone files petition against new I-T dept move

There is an ongoing rift between U.K.-based Vodafone Group PLC and the Income Tax department, Vodafone has now filed a fresh writ petition against Income Tax department in the Bombay High court challenging a notice to them in the month ...

Satyam's band of bottomline brothers

Key players in the gargantuan effort to restate the company’s fraud-ridden accounts recall those days and nights in the trenches ...
Durgashankar says the job was completed in time thanks to teamwork. Not just on the part of the company’s finance department, but that of various other departments like internal audit and IT, consultants like KPMG, various international and domestic legal advisors, and its statutory auditor. “The biggest credit goes to the Indian government, which swung into action immediately after the fraud came to light and asked people of eminence to revamp the company,” he adds.

The accounts rectification process involved identifying and fixing over 200,000 line adjustments covering over 300 types of accounts. Besides, over 7,000 contracts and 6,000 bank reconciliations were reviewed. The investigations not only identified the fraudulent transactions, but also unearthed how the fraud was perpetrated.

Despite the cumulative 100 man years of effort that has gone into the exercise already, Mahindra Satyam believes given the magnitude and complexity of the issues, it could take at least another 18 months to fix all the problems. So, for the band of bottomline brothers there is a fresh deadline looming: to publish financials for Q1 and Q2 of the current fiscal by November 15. That can only mean burning the midnight oil is far from over.

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Knives Used In Metal Tube Cutting

The most common method of cutting welded steel tube mill has been friction saw and next by COC cutters. But these methods are not fast enough and can be used only upto Mill Speed of 75 mts/min. This limits the ...

Dewas Techno Products Pvt Ltd, Sponsors an E-Store For Storage Solution

Dewas Techno Products Pvt Ltd. sponsors allstoragesolution.com and plans to increase its sale of its products manufactured from online store. ...

Growth of Polypropylene Industry In India

In 2000 the global polypropylene demand was 26.6 million tons. CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate ) the demand grew to 3.6% from the year 2000 to 2009 and in the year 2009 it reached to 36.5 million ...

Indian Jewelry Exporter's Market

The growth of Indian jewelry and gemstone grew by 16 per cent at USD 28 billion last fiscal , this growth was seen due to revival in demand in major markets as well as recycling of used diamonds. ...

Shear Blades & Knives For Industrial Cutting & Shearing Solution

Shear Blades and Machine Knives find application in all types of industries dealing with steel/ non ferrous alloys, cellulose, fiber boards, paper and plastic.etc ...

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