Meth(an)Quest lead project launched
Federal Government to provide funding to industry and science for the use of gas from renewable energy sources in transport and energy supply.
Electrifying the diesel
Dr. Peter Riegger, head of the Engineering Development Studies unit, on the future of off-highway-propulsion. and drive technology.
Goodbye turbo lag!
Electrically assisted turbocharging to develop engines that deliver increased agility and lower consumption.
The Sound of Silence
The Formula E is the world’s first all-electric motorsport series and it shows for what EVs are capable of doing
Fit for the Future
Andreas Schell is the new CEO. Here, he talks about the competitive struggle for the future.
Instant energy for charging
MTU acquires technology for the electrically-assisted charging of engines
500 MTU engines for vehicles to be used by the Polish Armed Forces
6R 106 TD21 engines for Jelcz all-terrain trucks
Next Generation on endurance run
Series 4000 for tugs, ferries and supply vessels will be operated for around 650 hours with no significant interruption.
Putting the Puma through its Paces
With its ultra-compact, high-performance MTU PowerPack, the Puma delivers outstanding maneuverability and transport capabilities.
Green & High-Tech programme on course for a clean-energy future
Interview with Andreas Schell, CEO and Dr Daniel Chatterjee, head of Green & High-Tech Programme at Rolls-Royce Power Systems.
Forget the files and tap the app
Huge amounts of information are required to run and maintain complex drive and propulsion systems . MTU supplies this information in digital form.
Is it possible to compare a Series 8000 MTU engine with a Series 4000 genset engine?
Gas engine successfully tested
The new MTU gas marine engine, the first from Rolls-Royce, has already successfully completed 3,000 hours on the test bench.
MTU helps TUfast to victory
Think outside the box, find solutions that transcend the traditional - that is what the design competition is all about.
Twenty years ago, Series 4000 and Series 2000 units revolutionized the world of high-speed diesel engines.
An engine for the global market
The Emission Flex Package enables customers to operate engines in countries where very different emission requirements apply.
"Artificial intelligence will change our lives"
Futurologist Lars Thomsen tells us how he envisions our technological future.
“Our engines are getting smarter”
MTU development chief Dr Andreas Lingens talks about the future of internal combustion engines.
Excess heat has to be quickly and reliably dissipated via the cooling system. This is a job for which water appears predestined.
Diesel? Gas? Hybrid?
Professor Friedrich Wirz talked to us about how alternative fuels are developing and what the future for shipping is.
Ready for EU Stage V
MTU and Daimler continue co-operation on development of MTU-brand industrial engines.
Joint Green- and High-Tech Initiative needed
Dr Ulrich Dohle (CEO) spoke about the future viability of the maritime industry.
The racing students
In the Formula Student Germany design competition, university teams form all over the world compete against each other with cars.
Maximum precision is an absolute imperative at the new measuring facility which recently went into operation in a new building at MTU Friedrichshafen.
New R&D Center for MTU engines
Rolls-Royce Power Systems is investing in the development of next-generation combustion engines at MTU.
Low-pressure cold spraying is a new process used by MTU in the remanufacturing of engine components.
Supply of energy in cities of the future
So what will the supply of energy in the towns and cities of the future look like? To find out, we asked Jürgen Winterholler.
The city of the future
Driverless cars, new factories inside the city limits and the recycling of construction materials – according to researchers, the everyday life of many city dwellers will continue to change.
MTU electronics development processes to CMMI Level 2 confirmed
MTU Friedrichshafen has received an accolade from German consultancy Kugler Maag CIE for achieving process improvements in its electronics development section according to CMMI criteria.
From an apparently universally employable Series 4000 to a customized one-off.
Lego for engineers
MTU is developing the world's first high-speed gas-driven diesel engine for marine applications. That's not unlike a game of Lego.
Where to next for emission limits?
How does Common Rail Injection work?
Common rail injection allows the combustion process to be optimized so that less pollutant is produced from a smaller amount of fuel.
How does Exhaust Gas Recirculation work?
To reduce nitrogen oxide emissions, a proportion of the exhaust gases is cooled and then reintroduced into the charge-air.
How does a Diesel Particulate Filter work?
Diesel particulate filters can be used to remove most of the soot particles from diesel engine exhaust gases.
How does Selective Catalytic Reduction work?
Selective catalytic reduction employs chemical reduction to render nitrogen oxides harmless.
Turbocharging: Key technology for high-performance engines
Turbochargers give engines their power and their unmistakable character.
Combined heat and power in Michigan makes an impression
The first MTU Onsite Energy combined heat and power (CHP) system in North America was installed in MTU America’s own regional headquarters in Novi, Michigan in 2012.
New MTU diesel engine oil in India
Shortly, MTU India officially launched a new classification of diesel engine oil, named MTU DEO SAE 40, for series 8000 engines.
MTU Onsite Energy showcases new gensets at Middle East Electricity exhibition
MTU Onsite Energy will be presenting a new product line of gensets at Middle East Electricity, the energy industry trade show taking place in Dubai from 11 to 13 February.
MTU supplies specially demagnetized engines for propulsion and on-board power generation on mine-hunting vessels.
The turbocharger is among the engine's key components and looks like a work of art. Read the facts and figures…
At the limit
MTU engines must be able to withstand the most punishing conditions – and prove it in advance on the test stand.