Borgwarner at the Sae World Congress

By: Lisa Ziegler

BorgWarner Inc., a worldwide supplier of highly engineered components and systems for vehicle powertrain applications has announced that they will present some of their numerous high-quality automotive products at the upcoming SAE World Congress 2007 that will take place at the Cobo Center in Detroit from April 16 to 19.

Based in Auburn Hills, Michigan, BorgWarner Inc. operates in more than 60 manufacturing and technical facilities in 18 countries. BorgWarner provides powertrain components for international automakers and other companies including Ford Motor Company, Volkswagen AG, Audi, General Motors Corp., Toyota, Renault, Nissan, Hyundai, Kia, Honda, BMW, Peugeot, Caterpillar, and Navistar International. Moreover, BorgWarner also supplies powertrain parts for DaimlerChrysler, the parent company of Chrysler Group, which produces Jeep vehicle models equipped with quality auto parts like .

"Customers rely on BorgWarner for its engineering expertise, understanding of vehicle dynamics, and ability to develop integrated systems and controls aimed at improving fuel economy, reducing emissions, and enhancing vehicle stability without sacrificing performance. said Tim Manganello, BorgWarner Chairman and CEO.

"BorgWarner is passionate about its commitment to leadership in powertrain technology and developing the next must-have technologies and products that will keep its customers at the forefront of the automotive industry." he added.

BorgWarner engineers will present BorgWarner products and discuss its advantages, how these products work, and conduct forums in every presentation. BorgWarner presentations at the 2007 SAE World Congress include: FEV Powertrain Innovation Forum; How are New Powertrain Technologies Changing Drivetrain Development?; Development of NexTrac(TM) Electronic Driveline Coupling for Front-Wheel-Drive Based All-Wheel-Drive Applications;
Development of an AWD Coupling and Controls for a High Performance Sports Car;
Air System Control for Advanced Diesel Engines; Valve-Event Duration Reduction through Ultra-Fast Phaser Actuation; Mechanism of Shudder Phenomena in Torque Converter and System Simulation; and Development of Friction Material and Quantitative Analysis for Hot Spot Phenomena in Wet Clutch System. Moreover, specific BorgWarner products that will be presented at SAE include systems that reduce cold start emissions, advances in friction materials, improving air system controls for diesel engines, and optimizing vehicle traction and driving dynamics.

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