Automotive Engineering International 2012-11-06

Automotive Engineering International 2012-11-06
  • Big shifts coming in powertrains
    During the rest of this decade, many observers expect transmission controls to undergo more changes than in the past 10-15 years. Transmission controls are being revamped to meet tighter fuel economy laws, letting engines run at optimal speeds.
  • Collaborating for cheaper carbon fiber
    Oak Ridge National Laboratory and several industry partners work together to overcome the challenges to lower-cost carbon fiber.
  • Creating the 54.5-mpg car
    Part 2 of AEI's three-part series looks at how vehicle engineers are facing a 'stress test' as the countdown to 2025 CAFE begins. How will the aggressive new regulations influence U.S. passenger cars in the next decade—and what will they cost to implement?
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