Handbook of Automotive Body and Systems Design

  • ID: 2179277
  • Book
  • 438 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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TheHandbook of Automotive Body and Systems Design provides comprehensive and detailed coverage of the various elements, considerations, and procedures which are involved in the design of vehicle bodywork and the systems that are built into them.
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Preface.

Chapter 1. Creating and prototyping.

Chapter 2. Ergonomics, seating and packaging.

Chapter 3. Aerodynamics and air–conditioning.

Chapter 4. Body trim and fittings.

Chapter 5. Body electrical/electronic controls.

Chapter 6. Body–electronics and telematics.

Chapter 7. Volume road–cars.

Chapter 8. Specialist cars.

Chapter 9. Truck Engineering.

Chapter 10. Bulk–carrier vehicles.

Chapter 11. Specialist commercial vehicles.

Chapter 12. Specialist passenger vehicles.

References.

Index.

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John Fenton an experienced auto motive engineer and author, has drawn upon his vast knowledge of automotive design to produce a truly impressive source of information for all those involved in the automotive industry.
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