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Auto Motives

Author : Karen Lucas
ISBN : 9780857242334
Genre : Transportation
File Size : 74.7 MB
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While the individual benefits of car-based travel continues to be recognized, the wider environmental and social cost of automobiles is also significant. This title evaluates the evidence for better understanding 'what drives us to drive'.
Category: Transportation

Auto Motives

Author : Evelyn Blumenberg
ISBN : OCLC:972025352
Genre : Automobile drivers
File Size : 65.33 MB
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Category: Automobile drivers

Americas Automotives Insight

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ISBN : UTEXAS:059173003709880
Genre : Automobile industry and trade
File Size : 66.30 MB
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Category: Automobile industry and trade

Asset Securitisation And Synthetic Structures

Author : Rick Watson
ISBN : 1843742004
Genre : Asset-backed financing
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Gain an in-depth analysis, expert opinion and practical advice from the experts in the European credit markets.
Category: Asset-backed financing

Careers In Focus

Author : Ferguson
ISBN : 0816073007
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 73.36 MB
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Defines the top careers in the automotive industry, discussing the nature of the work, educational or training requirements, getting started, advancement possibilities, salary, employment outlook, and sources of more information.
Category: Business & Economics

Automotive Electrics And Instrumentation

Author : S Sheeba Rani
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Genre : Education
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This book reflects the basics of design paradigm in automotive sector. The pervasiveness of electrical instrumentation is progressively increasing with time. As a result, more mechanisms are getting transformed from mechanical systems to electronic ones in automotive. Significantly, in a matter of around three decades, the high-tech cars of 1980s have turned into auto electronic engines with computer-controlled systems and today's modern cars are equipped with nearly hundreds of electric and electronic systems. Any advancement in automotive is impossible to comprehend without the knowledge of fundamentals. This book presents the classical topics of the vehicle electrical systems such as the architecture of battery, charging, and ignition, starting and wiring system with details of its control, components and sensors. These basics serve as the core building blocks of today's vehicle electronics. The various topics are covered in a concise but descriptive way backed up by diagrams, photographs and tables enabling the reader to better comprehend the subject. This book will benefit automotive engineers, technicians and embedded design engineers who enter automotive domain. It may also be of interest to lecturers and undergraduate students at engineering colleges and enthusiasts.
Category: Education

Auto Opium

Author : David Gartman
ISBN : 9781135094270
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 79.20 MB
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This much needed book is the first to provide a comprehensive history of the profession and aesthetics of American automobile design. The author reveals how the appearance of the automobile was shaped by the social conflicts arising from America's mass production system. He connects the social struggles of American society with the organizational struggles of designers to create symbol-laden substitutes for the American dream. Theoretically sophisticated, lucid and compelling, Auto-Opium will appeal to all interested in the American obsession with the car.
Category: Social Science

Auto Pact

Author : Dimitry Anastakis
ISBN : 9780802038210
Genre : Business & Economics
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The 1965 Canada-United States Automotive Trade agreement fundamentally reshaped relations between the automotive business and the state in both countries and represented a significant step toward the creation of an integrated North American economy. Breaking from previous conceptions of the agreement as solely a product of intergovernmental negotiation, Dimitry Anastakis's Auto Pact argues that the 'big three' auto companies played a pivotal role - and benefited immensely - in the creation and implementation of this new automotive regime. With the border effectively erased by the agreement, the pact transformed these giant enterprises into truly global corporations. Drawing from newly released archival sources, Anastakis demonstrates that, for Canada's automotive policy makers, continentalism was a form of economic nationalism. Although the deal represented the end of any notion of an indigenous Canadian automotive industry, significant economic gains were achieved for Canadians under the agreement. Anastakis provides a fresh and alternative view of the auto pact that places it firmly within contemporary debates about the nature of free trade as well as North American - and, indeed, global - integration. Far from being a mere artefact of history, the deal was a forebearer to what is now known as 'globalization.'
Category: Business & Economics

Auto Mechanics

Author : Kevin L. Borg
ISBN : 9780801893261
Genre : Science
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The history of automobiles is not just the story of invention, manufacturing, and marketing; it is also a story of repair. Auto Mechanics opens the repair shop to historical study—for the first time—by tracing the emergence of a dirty, difficult, and important profession. Kevin L. Borg's study spans a century of automotive technology—from the horseless carriage of the late nineteenth century to the "check engine" light of the late twentieth. Drawing from a diverse body of source material, Borg explores how the mechanic’s occupation formed and evolved within the context of broad American fault lines of class, race, and gender and how vocational education entwined these tensions around the mechanic’s unique expertise. He further shows how aspects of the consumer rights and environmental movements, as well as the design of automotive electronics, reflected and challenged the social identity and expertise of the mechanic. In the history of the American auto mechanic, Borg finds the origins of a persistent anxiety that even today accompanies the prospect of taking one's car in for repair.
Category: Science

Unified Display System For Automotives

Author : Siva Manohar Reddy Kesu
ISBN : 3847319434
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Vehicle parameters are monitored to know the performance of the vehicle for driver asistance. Previously mechanical units are used on the dashboard to measure the performance of the vehicle and it has been improved to electromechanical units. Now a days, it is further improved to the fully electronics system with the various display technology to avoid unwanted ambient light and remove reflections, glare, back scattering and the contrast requirements in daylight to display the vehicle performance parameters . In this thesis, fully electronic driver information system with CAN communication is designed. It uses many technologies fusing display, multiplexing, CAN protocol and I2C protocol. This project deals with development of the ECU signals which are required by driver for the assistance. A testing module is developed based on the ECU signals and this module communicates with display module through CAN communication. The display used for the project is the SSFLC graphical LCD which gives good viewing angle, fast response, high contrast, high memory and low power consumption.
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Handbook Of The Economics Of International Migration

Author : Barry Chiswick
ISBN : 9780444633880
Genre : Business & Economics
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The economic literature on international migration interests policymakers as well as academics throughout the social sciences. These volumes, the first of a new subseries in the Handbooks in Economics, describe and analyze scholarship created since the inception of serious attention began in the late 1970s. This literature appears in the general economics journals, in various field journals in economics (especially, but not exclusively, those covering labor market and human resource issues), in interdisciplinary immigration journals, and in papers by economists published in journals associated with history, sociology, political science, demography, and linguistics, among others. Covers a range of topics from labor market outcomes and fiscal consequences to the effects of international migration on the level and distribution of income – and everything in between. Encompasses a wide range of topics related to migration and is multidisciplinary in some aspects, which is crucial on the topic of migration Appeals to a large community of scholars interested in this topic and for whom no overviews or summaries exist
Category: Business & Economics

New Trends And Developments In Automotive System Engineering

Author : Marcello Chiaberge
ISBN : 9789533075174
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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In the last few years the automobile design process is required to become more responsible and responsibly related to environmental needs. Basing the automotive design not only on the appearance, the visual appearance of the vehicle needs to be thought together and deeply integrated with the power developed by the engine. The purpose of this book is to try to present the new technologies development scenario, and not to give any indication about the direction that should be given to the research in this complex and multi-disciplinary challenging field.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Proceedings Of The European Automotive Congress Eaec Esfa 2015

Author : Cristian Andreescu
ISBN : 9783319272764
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 54.84 MB
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The volume includes selected and reviewed papers from the European Automotive Congress held in Bucharest, Romania, in November 2015. Authors are experts from research, industry and universities coming from 14 countries worldwide. The papers are covering the latest developments in fuel economy and environment, automotive safety and comfort, automotive reliability and maintenance, new materials and technologies, traffic and road transport systems, advanced engineering methods and tools, as well as advanced powertrains and hybrid and electric drives.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Books In Print Supplement

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105210120403
Genre : American literature
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Category: American literature

Antennas For Automotives

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ISBN : OCLC:1139199082
Genre : Antennas (Electronics)
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Category: Antennas (Electronics)