Automobile Mechanical and Electrical Systems 2nd Edition 2018 (PDF)

Automobile Mechanical and Electrical Systems 2nd Edition 2018 (PDF)
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The second edition published 2018;
Pages: 377;
Author: Tom Denton;
Publisher: Routledge;
Language: English;
Size: 184 Mb;


Content


Preface
About the author
Acknowledgments
1 Overview and introduction
1.1 Vehicle categories
1.1.1 Layouts
1.1.2 Types and sizes
1.1.3 Body design
1.1.4 Chassis type and body panels
1.1.5 Main systems
1.1.6 Summary
1.2 The motor industry
1.2.1 introduction
1.2.2 Types of motor vehicle companies
1.2.3 Company structure
1.2.4 Role of a franchised dealer
1.2.5 Reception and booking systems
1.2.6 Parts department
1.2.7 Estimating costs and times
1.2.8 Job cards and systems
1.2.9 invoicing
1.2.10 Warranties
1.2.11 Computerized workshop system
1.3 Working safely
1.3.1 introduction
1.3.2 The key UK regulations and laws
1.3.3 Health and safety law: what you need to know
1.3.4 Personal protective equipment (PPE)
1.3.5 fdentifying and reducing hazards
1.3.6 Moving loads
1.3.7 Vehicle safety
1.3.8 Safety procedures
1.3.9 Fire
1.3.10 Clean working environment
1.3.11 Signage
1.3.12 Environmental protection
1.4 Basic science, materials, mathematics and mechanics
1.4.1 Introduction
1.4.2 Units
1.4.3 Velocity and acceleration
1.4.4 Friction
1.4.5 Pressure
1.4.6 Centre of gravity or centre of mass
1.4.7 Oscillation
1.4.8 Energy, work and power
1.4.9 Force and torque
1.4.10 Mass, weight and force
1.4.11 Volume and density
1.4.12 Heat and temperature
1.4.13 Percentages
1.4.14 Fractions
1.4.15 Ratios
1.4.16 Areas
1.4.17 Volumes
1.4.18 Indices
1.4.19 Drawings
1.4.20 Mechanical machines
1.4.21 Gears
1.4.22 Hydraulics
1.4.23 Materials and properties
1.5 Tools and equipment
1.5.1 Hand tools
1.5.2 Test equipment
1.5.3 Workshop equipment
1.6 Workshop bench skills
1.6.1 Introduction
1.6.2 Fitting and machining
1.6.3 Filing
1.6.4 Drilling
1.6.5 Cutting
1.6.6 Thread cutting
1.6.7 Joining
1.6.8 Nuts and bolts
1.6.9 Adhesives
1.6.10 Soldering
1.6.11 Bra2ing
1.6.12 Welding
1.6.13 Shrinking
1.6.14 Compression fitting
1.6.15 Riveting
1.6.16 Gaskets
1.6.17 Sealants
1.6.18 Oil seals
1.7 Servicing and inspections
1.7.1 Introduction
1.7.2 Rules and regulations
1.7.3 Service sheets
1.7.4 Road test
1.7.5 Effects of incorrect adjustments
1.7.6 Maintenance and inspections
1.7.7 Information sources
2 Engine systems
2.1 Engine mechanical
2.1.1 Introduction and operating cycles
2.1.2 Engine operating details
2.1.3 Engine components
2.2 Engine lubrication
2.2.1 Friction and lubrication
2.2.2 Methods of lubrication
2.2.3 Lubrication system
2.2.4 Oil filters
2.2.5 Oil pumps
2.2.6 Standards
2.3 Engine cooling
2.3.1 Introduction
2.3.2 System operation
2.3.3 Interior heater
2.4 Air supply, exhaust and emissions
2.4.1 Air pollution and engine combustion
2.4.2 Reducing pollution
2.4.3 Air supply system
2.4.4 Exhaust systems
2.4.5 Catalyst systems
2.4.6 Emission control systems
2.4.7 Turbocharging and supercharging
2.5 Fuel systems
2.5.1 Introduction
2.5.2 Petrol fuel injection systems
2.5.3 Diesel fuel injection systems
2.6 Ignition systems
2.6.1 Ignition overview
2.6.2 Electronic ignition
2.6.3 Distributorless ignition system (DIS)
2.6.4 Coil on plug (COP) direct ignition system
2.6.5 Spark plugs
2.7 Electric and hybrid cars
2.7.1 Types of electric vehicle
2.7.2 The EV experience
2.8 Engine systems: new developments and updates
2.8.1 Spark plug electrode designs
2.8.2 V6 diesel with electric turbocharging
2.8.3 Water injection
2.8.4 Cylinder deactivation
2.8.5 Dynamic skip fire
2.8.6 Diesel particulate filters
2.8.7 Oil filter modules
2.8.8 Miller cycle
2.8.9 Cooled EGR
3 Electrical systems
3.1 Electrical and electronic principles
3.1.1 Electrical fundamentals
3.1.2 Electrical components and circuits
3.1.3 Electronic components
3.2 Engine electrical
3.2.1 Batteries
3.2.2 Starting system
3.2.3 Charging system
3.3 Lighting and indicators
3.3.1 Lighting systems
3.3.2 Stoplights and reverse lights
3.3.3 interior lighting
3.3.4 Lighting circuits
3.3.5 indicators and hazard lights
3.4 Body electrical and electronic systems
3.4.1 Washers and wipers
3.4.2 Horns
3.4.3 Obstacle avoidance
3.4.4 Cruise control
3.4.5 Seats, mirrors, sunroofs, locking and windows
3.4.6 Screen heating
3.4.7 Security systems
3.4.8 Safety systems
3.5 Monitoring and instrumentation
3.5.1 Sensors
3.5.2 Gauges
3.5.3 Global Positioning System (GPS)
3.6 Air conditioning
3.6.1 Air conditioning fundamentals
3.6.2 Air conditioning components
3.7 Electrical systems: new developments and updates
3.7.1 Touchscreen with hamitic feedback
3.7.2 Navigation and the new NDS data standard
3.7.3 Battery diagnostics
3.7.4 Alternator developments
3.7.5 Electronic starter motor control and stop-start system 242 v
3.7.6 Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS)
3.7.7 BMW laser headlamps
4 Chassis systems
4.1 Suspension
4.1.1 Overview of suspension
4.1.2 Dampers/shock absorbers
4.1.3 Suspension layouts
4.1.4 Active suspension
4.2 Steering
4.2.1 Introduction to steering
4.2.2 Steering racks and boxes
4.2.3 Steering geometry
4.2.4 Power steering
4.2 Steering
4.2.1 Introduction to steering
4.2.2 Steering racks and boxes
4.2.3 Steering geometry
4.2.4 Power steering
4.3 Brakes
4.3.1. Disc, drum and parking brakes
4.3.2 Hydraulic components
4.3.3 Brake servo operation
4.3.4 Braking force control
4.3.5 Anti-lock brake systems
4.3.6 Traction control
4.4 Wheels and tyros
4.4.1 Wheels and rims
4.4.2 Tyre basics
4.4.3 Tread patterns
4.4.4 Tyre pressure monitoring
4.4.5 Tyre pressure monitoring and
the law in Europe
4.4.6 Spare wheels and extended mobility
4.5 Chassis systems: new developments and updates
4.5.1 Electric power steering
4.5.2 Electronic parking brake
4.5.3 Carbon ceramic brakes
4.5.4 Antilock braking system (ABS) update
4.5.5 Predictive active ride control
5 Transmission systems
5.1 Manual transmission clutch
5.1.1 Clutch operation
5.1.2 Types of clutch
5.2 Manual transmission gearbox
5.2.1 Gearbox operation
5.2.2 Gear change mechanisms
5.2.3 Gears and components
5.3 Automatic transmission
5.3.1 Introduction and torque converter
5.3.2 Automatic
5.3.3 Constantly variable transmission
5.3.4 Direct shift gearbox
5.4 Transmission driveline
5.4.1 Propshafts and driveshafts
5.4.2 Wheel bearings
5.4.3 Four-wheel drive
5.5 Final drive and differential
5.5.1 Final drive
5.5.2 Differential
5.6 Transmission systems: new developments and updates
5.6.1 Electronic clutch
5.6.2 Automatic transmission
6 Automotive Technology Academy
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Resources
Index

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