Automotive Engineering International 2009-02-01

Automotive Engineering International 2009-02-01
  • NAIAS concepts
    Though industry sales projections for 2009 were dire, automakers pushed forward with new environmentally friendly technology in concept vehicles with an eye on sportiness.
  • Electrifying changes for F1
    Teams adopt hybrid power and adapt to slick tires.
  • Memorable advances
    Bigger memories, faster cores let engineers boost efficiency and reduce emissions in engines.
  • Material opportunities
    Compacted graphite iron, aluminum, and composites have significant roles in engine downsizing, but steel's capability and potential endures.
  • Building blocks
    Engineering a good engine is half the battle; getting it through the assembly process without introducing flaws is the final victory.
  • Innovative Thinking 101
    West Virginia University professor Dr. James E. Smith issues a call for innovation as one of the central themes of his term as SAE's 2009 President.
  • New 7 Series improves all over
    From better fuel efficiency to more luxury accoutrements, BMW does more than one-up its flagship.
  • View Entire Table of Contents
    HTML for Linking to Page
    Page URL

    Related Items

    Training / Education