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8ContentsContentsBasic principles of physicsQuantities and unitsSI unitsLegal unitsFurther unitsNatural constantsBasic equations used in mechanicsRectilinear and rotary motionTransmission of forceFrictionVibrations and oscillationsTermsEquationsVibration reductionModal analysisAcousticsGeneral terminologyMeasured quantities for noiseemissionsMeasured quantities for noiseimmissions (noise protection)Perceived sound levelsHydrostaticsDensity and pressureBuoyancyFluid mechanicsBasic principlesBasic equations offluid mechanicsDischarge from a pressure vesselResistance of bodies submergedin a fluid flowThermodynamicsEnthalpy (heat content)Laws of thermodynamicsChanges of state for gasesElectrical engineeringElectromagnetic fieldsElectric fieldDirect current and direct voltageTime-dependent currentMagnetic fieldMagnetic field and electric currentWave propagationElectric effects in ectronics80Basic principles of semiconductortechnology80Discrete semiconductor devices83Monolithic integrated circuits95Microprocessors in the ECU96Electrochemistry99Electrolytic conduction andelectrolysis99Applications100Mathematics and methodsMathematicsNumber systemsFunctionsEquations in the plane triangleComplex numbersMathematical signs and symbolsGreek alphabetFinite-element methodApplicationsFEM examplesControl engineeringTerms and definitionsControl-engineering transferelementsDesigning a control taskAdaptive controllersMaterialsChemical elementsDesignationsPeriodic table of elementsSubstancesSubstance terminologySubstance parametersProperties of solidsProperties of liquidsProperties of water vaporProperties of gasesMaterialsMaterial groupsEN metallurgy standardsProperties of metallic materialsCasting and steel materialsNonferrous metals, heavy metalsNonferrous metals, light alloysSintered metalsMagnetic materialsSolders and filler materialsElectrical properties of 49150151154163166

ContentsProperties of non-metallic materialsInsulating materialsCeramic materialsLaminatesPlastic molding compoundsPlastic codes with chemicalnames and trade namesAutomotive paintsHeat treatment of metallic materialsHardnessHeat-treatment processesThermochemical treatmentCorrosion and corrosion protectionCorrosion processesTypes of corrosionCorrosion testingCorrosion protectionDeposits and coatingsDepositsDiffusion coatingsConversion coatingsOperating fluidsLubricantsTerms and definitionsEngine oilsTransmission lubricantsLubricating oilsLubricating greasesFuelsCharacteristicsGasolinesDiesel fuelsAlternative fuelsProperties of liquid fuelsand hydrocarbonsProperties of gaseous fuelsand hydrocarbonsBrake 1224228234235236238Machine partsSpringsBasic principlesMetal springsSliding bearingsFeaturesHydrodynamic sliding bearingsSintered metal sliding bearingsSliding-contact bearingsRoller bearingsApplicationsGeneral principlesSelection of roller bearingsCalculation of load capacityGears and tooth systemsOverview of gearsStarter-tooth designsAmerican gear standardsCalculation of load-bearingcapacityGear materialsBelt drivesFriction belt drivesPositive belt drivesChain drivesOverviewChain designsSprocketsChain-tensioning andchain-guide elementsJoining and bonding techniquesDetachable connectionsPositive or form-closed jointsFrictional jointsThreaded fastenersSnap-on connections onplastic componentsPermanent jointsWeldingSolderingAdhesive technologiesRivetingPenetration 292302304304308309310312

10ContentsVehicle physicsBasic terms of automotiveengineeringBasic terms of vehicle handlingMotor-vehicle dynamicsDynamics of linear motionAdhesion to road surfaceAccelerating and brakingActions: Reaction, brakingand stoppingPassing (overtaking)Fuel consumptionDynamics of lateral motionSpecial operating dynamics forcommercial vehiclesOperating-dynamics testprocedures as per ISOAerodynamicsAerodynamic parametersVehicle wind tunnelsVehicle acousticsExterior noise measurements andstatutory limits for motor vehiclesEngineering acousticsSound designInternal-combustion enginesInternal-combustion enginesThermal enginesCyclesReal cyclesDesign and operating principleMixture formation, combustion,emissionsGasoline engineDiesel engineMixed forms and alternativeoperating strategiesCharge cycle and superchargingGas exchangeVariable valve timingSupercharging processesExhaust-gas recirculationReciprocating-piston engineComponentsReciprocating-piston engine typesCrankshaft-assembly designTribology and frictionEmpirical values anddata for calculationWankel rotary engineDesign and operating principleProperties of a rotary 99403404404418419427431442442445Engine coolingAir coolingWater coolingIntercooling (charge-air cooling)Oil and fuel coolingCooling-module technologyCooling-system technologyIntelligent thermal managementExhaust-gas coolingEngine lubricationForce-feed lubrication systemComponentsAir filtrationAir impuritiesAir filters (air cleaners)Turbochargers and superchargersSuperchargers(mechanically driven)Pressure-wave superchargersExhaust-gas turbochargersComplex supercharging systemsExhaust-gas systemDesign and purposeExhaust manifoldCatalytic converterParticulate filterMufflersConnecting elementsAcoustic tuning devicesCommercial-vehicle exhaust-gassystemsEmission-control anddiagnosis legislationEmission-control legislationOverviewCARB legislation(passenger cars/light commercial vehicles)EPA legislation(passenger cars/light commercial vehicles)EU legislation(passenger cars/light commercial vehicles)Japanese legislation(passenger cars/light commercial vehicles)US legislation(heavy commercial vehicles)EU legislation(heavy commercial vehicles)Japanese legislation(heavy commercial 88490493495498499500502

ContentsUS test cycles(passenger cars/light commercial vehicles)European test cycle(passenger cars/light commercial vehicles)Japanese test cycle(passenger cars/light commercial vehicles)Test cycles for heavycommercial vehiclesExhaust-gas measuring techniquesExhaust-gas test on chassisdynamometersExhaust-gas measuring devicesDiesel smoke-emission testEvaporative-emissions testDiagnosticsIntroductionMonitoring in driving modeOn-Board Diagnostics (OBD)OBD functionsOBD requirements forheavy commercial vehiclesWorkshop diagnosticsECU diagnostics andService Information SystemManagement forspark-ignition enginesManagement forspark-ignition enginesDescription of the enginemanagement systemSystem overviewVersions of MotronicCylinder chargeComponent partsControlling the air chargeFuel supplyFuel supply and delivery withmanifold injectionFuel supply and delivery withgasoline direct injectionEvaporative-emissionscontrol systemFuel filterElectric fuel pumpHigh-pressure pumps forgasoline direct injectionFuel railFuel-pressure regulatorFuel-pressure 55355755855811Mixture formationBasic principlesMixture-formation systemsIntake-manifold injectionGasoline direct injectionMixture-formation componentsIgnitionBasic principlesMoment of ignitionIgnition systemsIgnition coilSpark plugCatalytic exhaust-gas treatmentCatalytic converterλ 90Alternative gasoline-engineoperationLPG operationApplicationsDesignLPG systemsEngines fueled by natural 96599Management for diesel enginesManagement for diesel enginesDescription of the enginemanagement systemElectronic Diesel ControlFuel supply system(low-pressure stage)Fuel supply and deliveryFuel filteringCommon-rail injection systemSystem overviewInjectorsHigh-pressure pumpsRailTime-controlled single-cylinderpump systemUnit-injector system forpassenger carsUnit-injector system forcommercial vehiclesUnit-pump system forcommercial 5626626627628629

12ContentsDiesel distributor injection pumpsAxial-piston distributor pumpsRadial-piston distributor pumpsFuel-injection systemStart-assist systemsPreheating systemsExhaust-gas treatmentCatalytic convertersParticulate filterAlternative drivesHybrid drivesFeaturesFunctionsFunctional classificationDrive configurationsControl of hybrid vehiclesRegenerative braking systemFuel cells for the vehicle driveFunctioning principleFunctioning principle of thefuel-cell systemFunctioning principle of n elementsPower take-up elementsMulti-speed gearboxManually shifted transmissionsAutomatic transmissionsContinuously variabletransmissionsFinal-drive unitsAll-wheel drive and transfer caseChassis systemsChassis systemsBasic principlesSuspensionBasic principlesTypes of springSuspension systemsShock absorbers andvibration absorbersShock absorbersVibration absorbersWheel suspensionsBasic principlesKinematics and elastokinematicsBasic categories of sPassenger-car wheelsCommercial-vehicle wheelsTiresTire categoriesTire designTire designationTire applicationsTire tractionTire-pressure monitoring systemSteeringDefinitions for motor-vehiclesteering systemsSteering-system requirementsTypes of steering boxPower-assisted steering systemsfor passenger carsPower-assisted steering systemsfor commercial vehiclesBrake systemsDefinitions and principlesLegal regulationsStructure and organization ofbrake systemsBrake systems for passenger carsService brake systemElectromechanical parkingbrake systemElectrohydraulic brakePurpose and functionDesignOperating principleBrake systems for commercialvehiclesSystem overviewComponents of commercialvehicle brake systemsElectronically controlledbrake systemContinuous-operation brakesystemsWheel brakesDisk brakesDrum brakesChassis control and active safetyAntilock braking systemFunction and requirementsOperating principleABS system variantsABS versionsAntilock braking system forcommercial 4798802802804806806806810812814

ContentsTraction control systemFunction and requirementsTCS control loopsDriving-dynamics control systemFunctionRequirementsOperating principleTypical driving maneuverStructure of the overall systemSystem componentsSpecial Electronic StabilityProgram for commercial vehiclesSupplementary functions(automatic brake-systemoperations)Integrated driving-dynamicscontrol systemsOverviewFunctionsSystem architectureVehicle bodiesRoad-vehicle systematicsClassificationVehicle bodies, passenger carsMain dimensionsBody designAerodynamicsAeroacousticsBodySafetyVehicle bodies,commercial vehiclesClassificationLight utility vansMedium- and heavy-dutytrucks and tractor unitsBusesPassive safety in trucksLighting equipmentFunctionsRegulations and equipmentLight sourcesMain-light functionsMain-light functions for EuropeMain-light functions for the USADefinitions and termsTechnical design variations ofheadlampsInstallation and regulationsfor signal lampsTechnical design variationsfor lampsHeadlight leveling controlHeadlamp ive windshield andwindow glassThe material properties of glassAutomotive glazingFunctional design glazingWindshield, rear-window andheadlamp cleaning systemsWindshield wiper systemsRear-window wiper systemsWindshield and rear-windowwasher systemsHeadlamp washer systems13914914915916920920926927927Passive safetyOccupant-protection systemsSeat belts and seat-beltpretensionersAirbagRollover protection systemsComponentsFurther 0864Vehicle security systemsLocking systemsFunctionStructure (side door as example)Double-locking functionsTechnologyTheft-deterrent systemsRegulationsSystem design938938939941945946946946868868869Automotive electricsVehicle electrical systemsElectrical power supplyElectrical-system structuresElectrical-system parametersElectrical energy managementStarter batteriesRequirementsBattery designCharging and dischargingBattery characteristicsBattery typesUsing the batteryElectrical machinesSystematics of rotating electricalmachinesDirect-current machinesAsynchronous machineSynchronous machineThree-phase current 65966968970970970975977982

14ContentsAlternators986Electric power generation986Operating conditions991Efficiency992Types of claw-pole alternator993Starting systems996Starter996Triggering the starter1000Actuators1002Overview1002Electrodynamic andelectromagnetic converters1002Piezo actuators1005Fluid-mechanical actuators1007Wiring harnesses andplug-in connections1008Wiring harnesses1008Plug-in connections1010Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)and interference suppression1014Requirements1014Sources of interference1014Potentially susceptible devices1017Interference coupling1018Electrostatic discharge1019Measuring technology1020Regulations and standards1021Symbols and circuit diagrams1022Circuit symbols1022Circuit diagrams1029Terminal designations1041Automotive electronicsAutomotive software engineeringMotivationDesign of softwarein motor vehiclesImportant standards for softwarein motor vehiclesThe development processQuality assurance insoftware developmentSequences of softwaredevelopment in motor vehiclesModeling and simulationof software functionsDesign and implementationof software functionsIntegration and testing ofsoftware and ECUsCalibration of software 57105810601061Automotive networkingBus systemsTechnical principlesBuses in motor vehiclesCANFlexRayLINEthernet, IPPSI5MOST busArchitecture of electronic systemsOverviewArchitecture methodsof electronic systemsSensorsBasic principlesPosition sensorsSpeed and rpm sensorsAcceleration andvibration sensorsPressure sensorsFlowmetersGas sensors, concentrationsensorsTemperature sensorsForce and torque sensorsOptoelectronic sensorsSensors for driver-assistancesystemsMechatronicsMechatronic systems andcomponentsDevelopment methodologyOutlookComfort and conveniencePassenger-compartmentclimate controlClimate-control requirementsA/C-unit design and operatingprincipleClimate-control systemsClimate control for hybrid andelectric vehiclesAuxiliary heater systemsComfort and convenience systemsin the door and roof areasPower-window systemsRoof systemsComfort and convenience functionsin the passenger compartmentElectrical seat 11801180118111821182

ContentsUser interfaces, telematics andmultimediaDisplay and controlInteraction channelsInstrumentationRadio and TV reception inmotor vehiclesWireless signal transmissionRadio tunersTraffic telematicsEU recording equipmentLegal regulationsDesign variationsDriver-assistance systemsDriver-assistance systemsParking systemsParking aid with ultrasonicsensorsParking aid assistantVehicle navigationNavigation systemsFunctions of navigationDigital mapAdaptive Cruise ControlFunctionDesign and functionControl algorithmsArea of application and furtherdevelopmentPredictive emergency-brakingsystemsVideo-based driver-assistancesystemsLane departure warningand lane keeping supportRoad-sign recognitionNight-vision systemsApplicationsFar-infrared systemsNear-infrared systemsAppendicesTechnical 15

Automotive HandbookAll about automotive engineering in a pocketbookThe 8th edition has been revised and extended.Contents – central themes Basic principles: physics, materials, machine parts,joining and bonding techniques Vehicle physics: basic terms of automotive engineering,motor-vehicle dynamics, vehicle acoustics Internal-combustion engines: gasoline engine, diesel engine,turbochargers and superchargers, exhaust-gas system Emission-control and diagnosis legislation Management for spark-ignition engines: manifold injection,gasoline direct injection, alternative gasoline-engine operation Management for diesel engines: common rail Alternative drives: hybrid drive, fuel cell Chassis systems: suspension, wheel suspensions, steering,brake systems Active safety: antilock braking system, driving-dynamicscontrol system Lighting equipment Automotive electrics: vehicle electrical systems,starter batteries, electrical machines, alternators Automotive electronics: automotive networking, buses,architecture of electronic systems, sensors Driver-assistance systems: parking systems, vehicle navigation,Adaptive Cruise Control, night-vision systemsAbout the Bosch GroupBosch is one of the world’s leading suppliers to the automotiveindustry. The large number of applications for patents and utilitymodels is impressive proof of the company’s leading position inautomotive engineering.Reference handbook foracademic and personal use.ISBN 978-0-7680-4851-3

Automotive Automotive Handbook Handbook All about automotive engineering in a pocketbook The 8th edition has been revised and extended. Automotive Handbook Reference handbook for academic and personal use. ISBN 978--7680-4851-3 Contents - central themes Basic principles: physics, materials, machine parts, joining and bonding techniques

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