Saturday, August 8, 2009

Automotive Series

Automotive Series
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-MJ Nunney - Light and Heavy Vehicle Technology
Light and Heavy Vehicle Technology remains one of providing readily accessible information, which bridges the gap between the purely basic and the more advanced treatments of the subject. By understanding the reasons behind the design, construction and operation of the many and varied components of modern motor vehicles, the technician should be better equipped to deal with their servicing and overhaul. Some references to past automotive practice have been retained, not only because a technician may still be required to test and repair older vehicles, but also to provide a convenient transition to later practice.

Two entirely new sections of the book provide a topical introduction to alternative power sources and fuels, and batteryelectric, hybrid and fuel-cell vehicles. Also, the number of entries in the list of automotive technical abbreviations has now increased to over 200. Finally, as in previous editions of the book, the tradition of including brief historical notes on the development of modern automotive concepts has been continued.

-William B. Ribbens - Understanding Automotive Electronics
Electronics have become standard implementation for control on all modern vehicles impacting virtually all automotive subsystems. Such features as powertrain control, vehicle motion control, antilock braking systems, and airbags could only be achieved practically through the use of electronics. These features have become standard features in the highly competitive North American automotive market.

In its revised form, this book explains automotive electronics as of 2001. It should prepare the reader for an understanding of present as well as future developments in this field into at least the early part of the twenty-first century.


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