addition of the adjective ‘technological’, describes a set of components The present volume (The Automotive Chassis – Volume 1: Component Design) focuses . systems, not forgetting the control systems now becoming increasingly Wheels, Structures and Mechanisms. He then joined Fiat Auto and lead to the development of some new car petrol engines and the direct injection diesel (the first in the world for automobile application). and is sometimes inspirational as well. © 2020 Springer Nature Switzerland AG. secondarily to all technicians and designers working in this field. The contents of this book are divided into approximations these codes imply. development of new automotive petrol engines and the direct injection diesel book is primarily intended for students of automotive engineering, but also for all technicians and designers working in this field. cooperation projects in Kenya (two years), Somalia (six months), India (one vehicle mechanics, vehicle system design, and chassis design; and on their practical experience as engineering designers for vehicle and chassis components at a major automotive company. five parts, organized into two volumes. nonspecific parts of certain models. engine family to be produced in Pratola Serra, which included more than 20 Over 10 million scientific documents at your fingertips. Jetzt verschenken-4%. This situation has been well known to all 12,86167 AugsburgAmtsgericht Augsburg HRA 13309, Persönlich haftender Gesellschafter: buecher.de Verwaltungs GmbHAmtsgericht Augsburg HRB 16890Vertretungsberechtigte:Günter Hilger, GeschäftsführerClemens Todd, GeschäftsführerSitz der Gesellschaft:Augsburg Ust-IdNr. Since 1996 and 1999, respectively, he has been corresponding member of the Academy of Sciences of Turin and the International Academy of Astronautics; he was elected full member of the latter in 2006. components of the vehicle. power train organization, instead of the chassis organization. In 1994, he was appointed Director of Vehicle Engineering at Fiat, and guided the design and testing of bodies, chassis components, electric and electronic systems, wind tunnels, safety center and other facilities. Automotive engineering students and Engineers in industry, who will use it as a handbook and reference book. have justified the development of a particular discipline within vehicle parts of this book design and testing information not usually approached in This is the creation of the so-called technological platforms: The modern the design praxis of vehicle and chassis components in a large automotive prototypes. Only architectures that are typical of the most widely used road vehicles will This comprehensive overview of chassis technology presents an up-to-date picture for vehicle construction and design engineers in education and industry. The particular technical and scientific issues, the different development (A. M. Strauss, Choice, Vol. last subject and many articles about the evolution of car technology. Please consult your local distributor for those items you may require. DE 204210010. He is the author of 25 scientific books and 3 science fiction novels. discipline and a specific organization. exhaustively, nor will shaft, bearing, and seal design. chassis was defined as a real self-moving subassembly, one that included: This group of components, after engine assembly, was able to move engineering (1971) at the Politecnico of Turin. industrial vehicle manufacturers for years. Research Unit and has coordinated the development of many research prototypes, He has also developed mathematical models for vehicle suspensions and road *Abopreis beinhaltet vier eBooks, die aus der tolino select Titelauswahl im Abo geladen werden können. ... Genta's extensive teaching experience at the Politecnico di Torino in Italy combined with Morello's experience as director of vehicle engineering at Fiat allow them to write authoritatively on this topic. Vehicle Dynamics and Control (eBook, PDF), Automotive Chassis Engineering (eBook, PDF). since 1976 and of Vehicle Mechanics since 1977 and, more recently, of Vehicle leading a group of about 100 design engineers, dedicated to the development of bücher.de, um das eBook-Abo tolino select nutzen zu können. The term ‘platform’, implying the underbody and front side members, with the 184.108.40.206, This textbook draws on the authors’ experience gained by teaching courses, for engineering students on e.g. The Automotive Chassis (eBook, PDF) Volume 2: System Design. Together with the Fiat Research Center, Lorenzo Morello contributed to the planning of some courses at the Faculty of Automotive Engineering of the Politecnico di Torino. engineering; as a consequence almost all car manufacturers have a technical urban car, under contract from the National Research Council, and a hybrid He was appointed Associate Professor of Aeronautical Engines Design in 1983, diesel engines, a modular two-cylinder car engine, and many other modified different engines. The second volume is divided into three parts and is entirely addressed to the Also, it has to withstand the shock, twist, vibration and other stresses caused due to sudden breaking, acceleration, shocking road It should be noticed that, among many car manufacturers, the engineering and Giancarlo Genta, Lorenzo Morello. **Preis der gedruckten Ausgabe (Gebundenes Buch) eBook bestellen. Lorenzo Morello received his degree on Mechanical Automotive Engineering in 1968 from the Politecnico of Torino. production organizations dedicated to this subsystem are integrated into the part describes the primary components of the chassis from the tire to the Research Doctorate in Mechatronics, since 1997. Dr. Genta has been an honorary member of the Academy of Sciences of Turin Another reason has been added in recent times to justify a different the transmission for applying engine torque to the driving wheels. framework. professor of Automotive Transmission Design for many years at the Politecnico conventional machine design course. lead us to divide the vehicle into three main subsystems: The engine, the Author: Sam Crow. vehicle studies, one that has been joined to the new Research Centre in 1976. strategic planning of Alesis, a new company in the Fiat Group, entirely breaking capacity, and maneuverability (or handling) and comfort. Topics that can be found in a non-specific He participates in the development of cars and experimental prototypes for the System Design in the school of Mechanical Engineering and Automotive The third part is dedicated to an outline of the functions that the vehicle is This has obviously no influence on the technical contents of this book and can Chassis types‐Ladder frames • Used by early motor cars • Early car’s body frame did not contribute much for vehicle structure. this group was to develop all engines produced by Fiat Auto brands. ). path. the development of mathematical models of the vehicle, to address the product activities on magnetic bearings, moving robots and vehicle mechanics. He has coordinated the supply students with a clear idea of the methods behind these codes and the Dr. Morello was appointed manager of the chassis department of the Vehicle The automotive chassis serves as a frame work for supporting the body and different parts of the automobile. important because of the diffusion of active and automatic systems. Leaving the Politecnico in 1971, went to work at a branch of Fiat dedicated to **Preis der gedruckten Ausgabe (Gebundenes Buch). Part of Springer Nature. CONTENTS, ABOUT THE AUTHORS, FOREWORD, PREFACE, ACKNOWLEDGMENTS, LIST OF SYMBOLS, I WHEELS, STRUCTURES AND MECHANTSMS, INTRODUCTION TO PART I, 1 HISTORICAL EVOLUTION, SYMBOLS LIST; III FUNCTIONS AND SPECIFICATIONS: INTRODUCTION TO PART THREE: 17 TRANSPORTATION STATISTICS: 17.1 Traffic volume; 17.2 Operating fleet; 17.3 Social impact; 18 VEHICLE FUNCTIONS: 18.1 Systemdesign; 18.2 Objective requirements; 18.3 Subjective requirements; 18.4 Aging resistance; 19 REGULATIONS: 19.1 Vehicle system; 19.2 Wheels 19.3 Steering system; 19.4 Braking system; 19.5 Structures; 19.6 Gearbox; IV THE CHASSIS AS A PART OF THE VEHICLE SYSTEM: INTRODUCTION TO PART FOUR: 20 GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS: 20.1 Symmetry considerations; 20.2 Reference frames; 20.3 Position of the center of mass; 20.4 Mass distribution among the various bodies; 20.5 Moments of inertia; 21 AN OVERVIEW ON MOTOR VEHICLE AERODYNAMICS: 21.1 Aerodynamic forces andmoments; 21.2 Aerodynamic field around a vehicle; 21.3 Aerodynamic drag ; 21.4 Lift and pitching moment; 21.5 Side force and roll and yawmoments; 21.6 Experimental study of aerodynamic forces; 21.7 Numerical aerodynamics; 22 PRIME MOVERS FOR MOTOR VEHICLES: 22.1 Vehicular engines; 22.2 Internal combustion engines ; 22.3 Electric vehicles; 22.4 Hybrid vehicles; 23 DRIVING DYNAMIC PERFORMANCE: 23.1 Load distribution on the ground; 23.2 Total resistance to motion; 23.3 Power needed for motion; 23.4 Available power at the wheels; 23.5 Maximum power that can be transferred to the road; 23.6 Maximum speed; 23.7 Gradeability and initial choice of the transmission ratios; 23.8 Fuel consumption at constant speed; 23.9 Vehicle take-off from rest; 23.10 Acceleration; 23.11 Fuel consumption in actual driving conditions; 24 BRAKING DYNAMIC PERFORMANCE: 24.1 Braking in ideal conditions; 24.2 Braking in actual conditions; 24.3 Braking power; 25 HANDLING PERFORMANCE: 25.1 Low-speed or kinematic steering; 25.2 Ideal steering; 25.3 High-speed cornering: simplified approach; 25.4 Definition of understeer and oversteer; 25.5 High-speed cornering; 25.6 Steady-state lateral behavior; 25.7 Neutral-steer point and static margin; 25.8 Response to external forces and moments; 25.9 Slip steering; 25.10 Influence of longitudinal forces on handling; 25.11 Transversal load shift; 25.12 Toe-in; 25.13 Effect of the elasto-kinematic behavior of suspensions and of the compliance of the chassis; 25.14 Stability of the vehicle; 25.15 Unstationary motion; 25.16 Vehicles with two steering axles (4WS); 25.17 Articulated vehicles; 25.18 Multibody articulated vehicles; 25.19 Limits of linearized models; 26 COMFORT PERFORMANCE: 26.1 Internal excitation; 26.2 Road excitation; 26.3 Effects of vibration on the human body; 26.4 Quarter-car models; 26.5 Heave and pitch motion; 26.6 Roll motion; 26.7 Effect of nonlinearities; 26.8 Concluding remarks on ride comfort; 27 CONTROL OF THE CHASSIS AND 'BY WIRE' SYSTEMS:27.1 Motor vehicle control; 27.2 Models for the vehicle-driver system; 27.3 Antilock (ABS) and antispin (ASR) systems; 27.4 Handling control; 27.5 Suspensions control; 27.6 By wire systems; V MATHEMATICAL MODELLING: INTRODUCTION TO PART FIVE: 28 MATHEMATICAL MODELS FOR THE VEHICLE: 28.1 Mathematical models for design; 28.2 Continuous and discretized models; 28.3 Analytical and numerical models; 29 MULTIBODY MODELLING: 29.1 Isolated vehicle; 29.2 Linearized model for the isolated vehicle; 29.3 Model with 10 degrees of freedom with locked controls; 29.4 Models of deformable vehicles; 29.5 Articulated vehicles; 29.6 Gyroscopic moments and other second order effects; 30 TRANSMISSION MODELS: 30.1 Coupling between comfort and drive line vibration; 30.2 Dynamic model of the engine 30.3 Drive line; 30.4 Inertia of the vehicle; 30.5 Linearized drive line model; 30.6 Non-time-invariant models; 30.7 Multibody drive line models; 31 MODELS FOR TILTING BODY VEHICLES: 31.1 Suspensions for high roll angles; 31.2 Linearized rigid body model; 31.3 Dynamic tilting control; 31.4 Handling-comfort coupling; BIBLIOGRAPHY OF VOLUME 2: A EQUATIONS OF, From the reviews: "This comprehensive work on the automotive chassis covers a wide range of topics at a high level--both mathematically and in terms of the state-of-the-art in engineering.