Automotive Engineering International 2003-08-01

Automotive Engineering International 2003-08-01
  • Appetite for cars growing in China
    Automakers and suppliers the world over are scrambling to establish or expland manufacturing operations in China as income growth spurs a rapid rise in car sales.
  • "Lighting" the way for bodies
    Alcan says the most common alternative metal for body applications, aluminum, can be used as a stand-alone material or integrated with steel.
  • Controlling noise, vibration, and harshness
    Vehicle manufacturers and their suppliers are finding ways to deliver greater passenger comfort in the early stages of design.
  • Why diesels, why now?
    Participants at the first SAE Executive Management Briefing discuss the possibilities and technical challenges for diesel engines in U.S. passenger vehicles.
  • Virtual powertrain, real results
    As powertrain control systems require more complex validation testing in less time, Ford is teaming with Concurrent Computer to develop a HIL simulation system that tests real control hardware in the virtual world.
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