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Engine Testing

Author : Anthony Martyr
ISBN : 9780080969497
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Previous editions published as: Engine testing: theory and practice.


Author : Jyotindra S. Killedar
ISBN : 9781477120088
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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It all began way back in 1984 when I began my career in the field of dynamometer and engine testing when after years of gut-feeling and study I realized that there is a need for a book on dynamometer and its application to engine testing. As automotive and dynamometer industry is growing worldwide the concern eventually became so great I felt a book devoted to the subject was warranted. The book Dynamometer-Theory and Application to Engine Testing is a book dedicated to various dynamometers and how they are applied to engine testing. The book also discusses the essentials of modern test cell and the instrumentation, data acquisition system and other accessories that are employed in modern test cell. After having worked in the filed of industrial compressors, pumps, material handling equipment, dynamometer field and software industry I decided to write this book which will help the people working in the automotive industry, engine and vehicle testing, people working in the dynamometer and instrumentation industry and electrical motor industry. The book will be of interest to the studenrs of mechanical and automobile engineering. The book will be of great value to the incumbents entering in the automotive and dynamometer fields.

Engine Testing

Author : A. J. Martyr
ISBN : 9780080524726
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This book brings together the large and scattered body of information on the theory and practice of engine testing, to which any engineer responsible for work of this kind must have access. Engine testing is a fundamental part of development of new engine and powertrain systems, as well as of the modification of existing systems. It forms a significant part of the practical work of many automotive and mechanical engineers, in the auto manufacturing companies, their suppliers suppliers, specialist engineering services organisations, the motor sport sector, hybrid vehicles and tuning sector. The eclectic nature of engine, powertrain, chassis and whole vehicle testing makes this comprehensive book a true must-have reference for those in the automotive industry as well as more advanced students of automotive engineering. * The only book dedicated to engine testing; over 4000 copies sold of the second edition * Covers all key aspects of this large topic, including test-cell set up, data management, dynamometer selection and use, air, thermal, combustion, mechanical, and emissions assessment * Most automotive engineers are involved with many aspects covered by this book, making it a must-have reference

Engine Emissions Measurement Handbook

Author : Masayuki Adachi
ISBN : 0768080126
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The subject of engine emissions is expected to be at the forefront of environmental regulations and consumersa' concerns for years to come. As technology develops to comply with new and different requirements in various regions of the world understanding the fundamental principles of how engine emissions occur and how they can be properly measured is vitally important. Engine Emissions Measurement Handbook developed and co-authored by HORIBA Automotive Test Systems team addresses the main aspects of this subject. Written with the technical user in mind this title is a must-have for those involved in engine development and testing and environmental researchers focusing on better ways to minimize emissions pollution. Using easy-to-understand language Engine Emissions Measurement Handbook covers among others the following topics: Measurement of gaseous emissionsMeasurement of particulate emissionEvaporative emissions measurementPrinciples of exhaust gas analyzersVehicle emissions testing equipmentEmissions measurement applicationsEmissions regulations around the world

Powertrain Instrumentation And Test Systems

Author : Michael Paulweber
ISBN : 9783319321356
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The book deals with the increasingly complex test systems for powertrain components and systems giving an overview of the diverse types of test beds for all components of an advanced powertrain focusing on specific topics such as instrumentation, control, simulation, hardware-in-the-loop, automation or test facility management. This book is intended for powertrain (component) development engineers, test bed planners, test bed operators and beginners.

Autonomous Vehicle Technology

Author : James M. Anderson
ISBN : 9780833083982
Genre : Business & Economics
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The automotive industry appears close to substantial change engendered by "self-driving" technologies. The technology offers the possibility of significant benefits to social welfare--saving lives; reducing crashes, congestion, fuel consumption, and pollution; increasing mobility for the disabled; and ultimately improving land use. This report is intended as a guide for state and federal policymakers on the many issues that this technology raises.

Noise Control In Internal Combustion Engines

Author : Donald E. Baxa
ISBN : 047105870X
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Performance Automotive Engine Math

Author : John Baechtel
ISBN : 9781934709474
Genre : Transportation
File Size : 29. 18 MB
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Multi-time author and well-regarded performance engine builder/designer John Baechtel has assembled the relevant mathematics and packaged it all together in a book designed for automotive enthusiasts. This book walks readers through the complete engine, showcasing the methodology required to define each specific parameter, and how to translate the engineering math to hard measurements reflected in various engine parts. Designing the engine to work as a system of related components is no small task, but the ease with which Baechtel escorts the reader through the process makes this book perfect for both the budding engine enthusiast and the professional builder.

Lightweight Electric Hybrid Vehicle Design

Author : John Fenton
ISBN : 9780080535517
Genre : Hybrid electric cars
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Lightweight Electric/Hybrid Vehicle Design, covers the particular automotive design approach required for hybrid/electrical drive vehicles. There is currently huge investment world-wide in electric vehicle propulsion, driven by concern for pollution control and depleting oil resources. The radically different design demands of these new vehicles requires a completely new approach that is covered comprehensively in this book. The book explores the rather dramatic departures in structural configuration necessary for purpose-designed electric vehicle including weight removal in the mechanical systems. It also provides a comprehensive review of the design process in the electric hybrid drive and energy storage systems. Ideal for automotive engineering students and professionals Lightweight Electric/Hybrid Vehicle Design provides a complete introduction to this important new sector of the industry. comprehensive coverage of all design aspects of electric/hybrid cars in a single volume packed with case studies and applications in-depth treatment written in a text book style (rather than a theoretical specialist text style)

7th International Munich Chassis Symposium 2016

Author : Peter Pfeffer
ISBN : 9783658142193
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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In chassis development, the three aspects of safety, vehicle dynamics and ride comfort are at the top of the list of challenges to be faced. Addressing this triad of challenges becomes even more complex when the chassis is required to interact with assistance systems and other systems for fully automated driving. What is more, new demands are created by the introduction of modern electric and electronic architectures. All these requirements must be met by the chassis, together with its subsystems, the steering, brakes, tires and wheels. At the same time, all physical relationships and interactions have to be taken into account.

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