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1999-10-15
Book
Multiplexing - the simultaneous transmission of more than one signal over a single wire - was originally used to eliminate the need for bulky wiring harnesses. Today, multiplexing and networking are being used in many automobiles to monitor performance and rapidly pass data in real time among the car's various subsystems. Multiplexing and Networking contains 70 landmark papers on multiplexing, networking considerations, and protocols. These papers address the many concerns associated with designing and choosing an electronic network including: media bandwith, electromagnetic (EMC) compatability, fault tolerance, serviceability, environmental requirements, network architecture, and cost.
1999-10-15
Book
Jack Gieck
Riding on Air covers the history of air suspension, from the earliest patents in the mid-19th century to more current developments. Beginning on buses, air suspension expanded into passenger rail vehicles, only to be followed by a crashing failure on passenger cars. But after several precarious years, air suspension began to win almost universal acceptance on trucks and trailers, and then in mass transportation, eventually making a successful return to passenger cars.
1999-09-15
Book
This guideline is intended to provide a description of reliability and maintainability fundamentals for manufacturing machinery and equipment user and supplier personnel at all operating levels. It embraces the concept of up-front engineering and continuous improvement in the design process for machinery and equipment. The revision includes information to help implement and clarify the activities necessary to build and employ more reliable machinery and equipment. The guideline consolidates reliability and maintainability terminology, methodology and procurement language generally accepted by suppliers and users of equipment employed for the manufacture of discrete components. This will help integrate reliability and maintainability concepts when equipment is designed, and contribute to the reduction of maintenance, warranty, and life cycle costs while increasing equipment availability.
1999-08-20
Book
William Glaze, Dennis Schuetzle
This book presents an analysis on the potential effects of globalization on the automotive industry and the environment. Energy challenges, market economy growth, and population dynamics are considered. The authors also present future scenarios for transportation technologies to meet the ever growing global demand for transportation of goods and services while minimizing energy and environmental impacts and maximizing cost, value and widespread acceptance.
1999-08-15
Book
Gordon P. Blair
This book provides design assistance with the actual mechanical design of an engine in which the gas dynamics, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, and combustion have been optimized so as to provide the required performance characteristics such as power, torque, fuel consumption, or noise emission.
1999-07-16
Book
Rudolf Limpert
This book was written to help engineers to design safer brakes that can be operated and maintained easily. All the necessary analytical tools to study and determine the involvement of brakes in accident causation are included as well as all essential concepts, guidelines, and design checks.
1999-06-29
Book
Henry Dominguez
1999-06-09
Book
Christian Cozzarini, Hans P. Lenz
This book evaluates the current worldwide state of knowledge about the interrelationship between emissions and air quality. This study describes the contribution of passenger car and commercial vehicle traffic to local and global emission situations, and the consequences for the environment.
1999-05-21
Book
Rudolph X. Meyer
This book is written for an introductory course in space technology. It is intended for senior or graduate level aerospace engineering students and professional engineers seeking a thorough understanding of the aerospace aspects of space systems. As such it focuses on the primary physics and engineering fundamentals necessary to understand and design space based systems. The book does not include the basics of spacecraft electronics, because this is covered in many systems and electronics books and is typically covered in follow-up courses. Derived from the author's thirty years of experience in the aerospace industry and several years of university teaching experience, and with more than 130 illustrations, it covers advanced subjects and problems indicated by asterisks(*), allowing the reader and the instructor to omit topics without losing continuity.
1999-02-28
Book
John C. Dixon
This book provides comprehensive coverage of the design, installation and use of the shock absorber. Among the subjects highlighted are fluid dynamics, valve characteristics, damper characteristics, installation and motion ratios, and influence on vehicle ride and handling. Numerous example installations are described and discussed. Testing machines, as well as methods of laboratory testing, are also described in detail. The widely varying characteristics of variable dampers, and the relationship to their design features, are explained.
1999-01-01
Book
Ted V. Weber
Expert witness and AWS lecturer Ted V. Weber draws upon his lengthy experience as a materials troubleshooter for DuPont to present this succinct introduction to basic corrosion mechanisms. It includes pitting, intergranular corrosion, stress corrosion cracking, erosion, crevice and galvanic corrosion, and selective leaching. Full color digital photos illustrate the costly destruction caused by corrosion in welds. The author offers clear advice on how to avoid and correct corrosion, including alloying for resistance.
1999-01-01
Book
Eugene G. Hornberger
Titanium need not be all that hard to weld! In industrial sectors the common opinion is that titanium alloys are difficult to weld. While it is true that titanium alloys can be embrittled by carless welding techniques, it is equally true that these materials are much more weldable than their reputation suggests. This reference guide discusses the difficulties that originate from several basic sources when welding titanium and titanium alloys. The high reactivity of titanium with other materials, poor cleaning of parts before joining, and inadequate protection during welding can lead to contamination, porosity and embrittlement of the completed joints. Topics Covered: • Weld Cleaning • Gas Shield Arc Welding Processes • Gas Tungsten Arc Welding • Gas Metal Arc Welding • Plasma Arc Welding • Other Welding Processes
1999-01-01
Book
Ted V. Weber
If you’re not ready for the depth of George Linnert’s "Welding Metallurgy", then this guide is for you. An intelligent introduction for the engineer new to welding, and the up-and-coming senior technician, this guide offers some basics that will aid the non-metallurgist in understanding why problems occur, and how to avoid them. Tables and figures support these topics: • Metal Structures • Metal Forms • Diffusion • Solid Solubility • Residual Stress • Shielding and Purging • Phase Transformation • Hardness and Hardenability • Grain Size • Stainless Steels • Aluminum and its Alloys • Copper and its Alloys • Refractory Alloys • Repair Welding
1998-12-19
Book
Don Hubbard
This handbook addresses the design and manufacture of engine camshaft and cam lobe profiles. As racers and engine builders become more directly involved in camshafts and cam lobe design, it is important to understand the details, processes and terminology relating to cams and cam profile measurement, design and manufacture. Usually, cam design starts with measurement of an existing cam profile as a baseline or something that needs improvement. In these situations it is vitally necessary to count on reliable data. As the Camshaft Reference Handbook indicates, there are two basic reasons to analyze cam profile data: • To determine the profile design specifications and/or • To evaluate how well the manufacturer has produced the profiles Depending on the intended use of the data, different levels of accuracy are acceptable.
1998-12-12
Book
Griffith Borgeson
A best seller and winner of the Antique Automobile Club of America's prestigious Thomas McKean Award.The Golden Age of the American Racing Car emphasizes the human side of racing history, offering insight into the men who shaped the golden age. Covering a period of time from the 1910s through the 1930s, the book describes the historical development of race car technology and presents fascinating information on race courses, designers, builders, drivers, and events. Racing pioneers covered include: Fred Duesenberg, Louis Chevrolet, Harry Miller, Leo Goossen, and Fred Offenhauser.
1998-11-16
Book
Leonard C. Buckman
This paper was selected for the 43rd Annual L. Ray Buckendale Lecture.
1998-10-01
Book
Marco Nuti
"In the design of new CI engines, it is of paramount importance to reduce the pollutants and fuel consumption," writes author Marco Nuti. In this, the first book devoted entirely to exhaust emissions from two-stroke engines, Nuti examines the technical design issues that will determine how long the two-stroke engine survives into the twenty-first century. Dr. Nuti, director of Technical Innovation at Piaggio, thoroughly explores pollutant formation and control from unburned hydrocarbon emissions, carbon monoxide emissions, catalytic aftertreatment, and secondary air addition.
1998-10-01
Book
Ernest H. Wakefield
For more than a century, people have attempted to harness electricity, the clean and versatile fuel, for personal transportation. With impressive technical clarity and historical insight, author Ernest Wakefield reviews these attempts in History of the Electric Automobile: Hybrid Electric Vehicles. He focuses exclusively on electric vehicles that harness the potential of electricity when combined with another energy source - hybrid electric vehicles (HEV). The book details the historical development of capacitors, engines, flywheels, fuel cells, inductive charging, and solar cells - and the application of each to hybrid electric vehicles.
1998-10-01
Book
Vernon R. Schmitt, Gavin D. Jenney, James W. Morris
Fly-by-wire in aircraft flight control design is more than adding a simple wire -- it is a sophisticated system that changes the way aircraft are designed and the way they fly. Prepared and written by experts who directed or staffed fly-by-wire research and development programs, this book includes explanations of the system's design and application, providing both the "how" and the "why" of this remarkable technology. Chapters include: Introduction Background of Fly-by-Wire Required Programs The Survivable Flight Control System (SFCS) Program Technology Transition and Application
1998-09-25
Book
J. C. Taylor, T. D. Christensen
1998-09-15
Book
Navigation and Intelligent Transportation Systems contains 40 papers covering the technical and functional aspects of these systems including: 3D mapping, route guidance, cellular phone access, electronic compasses, and the history and future of navigation systems. The book also covers the important role of navigation in Intelligent Transportation Systems concerned with traffic management, traveler information, vehicle control systems, commercial vehicle operations, and public and rural transportation systems. The book concludes with a chapter on the Intelligent Vehicle Initiative, a joint program between the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the Federal Highway Administration, and the Federal Transit Administration.
1998-09-01
Book
Joan L. Tomsic
Includes over 20,000 terms! With the fast-moving technology related to aerospace engineering, new terms are created and others become redundant almost weekly. The updated SAE Dictionary of Aerospace Engineering dictionary, designed specifically for the aerospace engineer, provides extensive coverage of technical terms related to aerospace technology. Aerospace engineers who design, test, and manufacture vehicles, components, or parts, will find definitions to terms from the following sources: SAE Aerospace Standards NASA (the NASA Thesaurus) Engineering Resources, Inc. (words used in other engineering and scientific fields)
1998-06-01
Book
Electronic instrument panel displays systems covers the many technical considerations of instrument panel display systems including brightness, contrast, temperature sensitivity, space requirements, color capabilities and human factors concepts. As part of the Progress in Technology Electronics Series, this book contains 40 technical papers written in the last eleven years on the progress of instrument panel displays and their corresponding electronic systems. Papers are grouped according to display technology and present the most recent advances in that area plus several of historical interest.
1998-06-01
Book
Carroll Smith
This handy little book belongs in the pocket of every race engineer, student, or enthusiast. A compilation of Smith's extensive knowledge gained over the past 40 years as a race driver and engineer for many winning teams, Engineer in Your Pocket is laid out to make problem solving as simple as possible. When used in one direction, it lists handling problems and their possible causes. Flip the book over and the other side presents causes first and their possible effects. The perfect guide to hands-on troubleshooting, this 32-page book fits in your pocket and is laminated to protect against grime and weather. Published by Carroll Smith. Distributed by SAE.
1998-03-20
Book
Robert H. Snyder
Scrap Tires: Disposal and Reuse details the historical, technological, and economic issues related to the scrap tire industry, and the manner in which the scrap tire problem is addressed. The ultimate solution will be hastened by progress in the establishment of profitable commercial enterprises and markets to utilize scrap tires for their inherent intrinsic value. Scrap Tires provides advice on how scrap tires can be used for fuels, sealants, rubber mats, playground surfaces, equestrian arenas, wastewater treatment plant composts, golf courses, and more. Written from a business perspective, Scrap Tires focuses on the economics of tire recycling, providing valuable advice to individuals or companies. In addition to an exploration of markets, the book describes how tires are chopped, the machinery used in chopping tires, the grinding process, and the engineering properties of tire chips.
1998-03-01
Book
Harry Chandler
Technicians, laboratory personnel, designers, purchasers and sales people agree - if you work for a metals-related company, you need this basic reference for the non-metallurgist. It's written for beginners as well as those who need to refresh their understanding of a particular topic. Well-illustrated and indexed, Metallurgy for the Non-Metallurgist makes technical subjects easy to understand and provides a complete glossary of metallurgical terms.
1998-02-15
Book
This book presents the latest advances in many areas of electronic engine control, including: sensors, diagnostics, model-based engine controls, and specific control applications of speed, ignition, torque and more. This book contains 43 of the best technical papers written since 1995 to offer a comprehensive and enlightening picture as to where this remarkable technology is heading. Thirteen chapters cover: Overview of the Electronic Engine; Innovative Sensors; Air/Fuel Ratio Control; Ignition Control; Idle Speed Control; Torque Control; Knock Control; Purge Control; EGR Control; Diagnostics; Electronic Architectures; Model-Based Engine Controls; and A Look to the Future.
1997-12-15
Book
It is the fundamental purpose of this standard to prescribe the functional properties of safety glazing materials in such a manner that they can be used in any place in motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment for which they possess those mechanical or optical properties, or both, that are requisite and appropriate. For example, safety glazing materials for windshields must pass a specified group of test requirements, all of which currently can be met only by certain laminated safety glazing; however, if and when other safety glazing materials are developed which possess properties such that they, too, fulfill the requirements of the prescribed tests for this location, they may also be used; and similar reasoning would apply for other locations.
1997-11-01
Book
David Hoyle
Written primarily for managers, auditors, and quality practitioners, this book is an essential guide to interpreting and implementing QS-9000 quality system requirements. The book analyzes each QS-9000 element, clause, and requirement in detail, providing instructions for implementation. The book is organized into two parts; the first covers preparation for QS-9000 registration, while the second covers satisfying QS-9000 requirements. Co-published by SAE and Butterworth-Heinemann.
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