Automotive Engineering: September 1, 2015

Automotive Engineering:  September 1, 2015
  • Driving EVs toward lower cost
    The race is on to reduce battery and electric-drive systems costs while improving efficiency.
  • Seeking ways to make better computer crashes
    New models and simulations help improve safety as software and hardware provide more realism to iterate designs more quickly.
  • Evaluating aluminum bonds
    Adhesively joined aluminum alloy sheets present challenges that steel-adhesive joints do not. Ford researchers present a modified technique to inspect Al-adhesive joints in lab and production environments.
  • Leading the attack on engine pumping losses
    Cylinder deactivation delivers real-world fuel economy gains, helping vehicles to meet and exceed their sticker numbers. That’s why the downsized/boosted guys now want it on their engines.
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