Automotive handbook

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Robert Bosch, 2004 - Technology & Engineering - 1232 pages
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BOSCH Automotive Handbook, Sixth Edition- the latest update to the world's definitive automotive technology reference, is expanded by twenty-five percent and covers the entire range of modern passenger car and commercial vehicle systems. Detailed enough to address complex technical issues yet small enough to take everywhere, it is the reference of choice for designers, engineers, mechanicss, students and enthusiasts.

New topics include

    li>div>Analog and digital signal transmissionli>div>Coating systemsli>div>Development methods and application tools for electronic systemsli>div>Diagnosisli>div>Emission reduction systemsli>div>Engine lubricationli>div>Environmental managementli>div>Fleet managementli>div>Fluid mechanicsli>div>Frictional jointsli>div>Hydrostaticsli>div>Mechantronicsli>div>Mobile information systemsli>div>Multimedia systemsli>div>Positive or form-closed jointsli>div>Sound designli>div>Truck brake management as a platform for truck driver assistance systemsli>div>Vehicle wind tunnelsli>div>Workshop technology/ul>

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Basic principles of physics
Development of coilignition
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Robert Bosch GmbH is the largest component supplier to the automotive industry in the world. Bosch innovations have shaped the development of the automobile. Its leading position is impressively documented by the number of patent utility model applications filed each year.

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