Automotive Engineering International 2000-06-01

Automotive Engineering International 2000-06-01
  • Controlling deceleration during a crash
    It may be possible to reduce occupant injury severity without increasing vehicle deformation by actively controlling the vehicle deceleration in a crash.
  • Europe's speed, cost, quality conundrum
    In last month's issue, Automotive Engineering International reported how technology is helping some of the major North American suppliers cope with doing business in the digital age. This article, the second in a series, addresses the same subject with some of the major suppliers and OEMs in Europe.
  • Digitally controlled servo-hydraulic crash simulator
    The automotive industry is moving to newer technologies for crash simulation to minimize time-to-market for new models, reduce costs, and meeting consumer demand for safer cars and trucks.
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