Automotive Mathematics


Author: Jason C. Rouvel
Publisher: Pearson College Division
ISBN: 9780131148734
Category: Mathematics
Page: 340
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Offering examples and applications tailored specifically to the automotive trades, Automotive Mathematics, 1st Edition, gives students a sound background in the mathematical skills necessary to be skilled and competent technicians. Early chapters of the text focus on fundamental mathematics skills such as ratios, percents, measurement systems and geometry; later chapters apply basic skills to topics such as engine balancing, camshaft event timing, modifying compression ratio, planetary gear ratios and hydraulics. Designed with versatility in mind, the text offers diverse problem sets (organized by level of difficulty), flexible organization, and in-depth examples that make math meaningful and relevant to the automotive technology student.

Auto Math Handbook

Calculations, Formulas, Equations and Theory for Automotive Enthusiasts
Author: John Lawlor
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781557880208
Category: Transportation
Page: 147
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Offers formulas and equations for calculating brake horsepower and torque, displacement, stroke, bore, compression ratio, and more

Automotive Math Handbook


Author: Forbes Aird
Publisher: Motorbooks
ISBN: 9780760306963
Category: Mathematics
Page: 144
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Offers formulas and equations for calculating brake horsepower and torque, displacement, stroke, bore, and compression ratio.

Automotive Science and Mathematics


Author: Allan Bonnick
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136427619
Category: Mathematics
Page: 264
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Automotive technicians and students need a firm grasp of science and technology in order to fully appreciate and understand how mechanisms and systems of modern vehicles work. Automotive Science and Mathematics presents the necessary principles and applications with all the examples and exercises relating directly to motor vehicle technology and repair, making it easy for automotive students and apprentices to relate the theory back to their working practice. The coverage of this book is based on the syllabus requirements of the BTEC First in Vehicle Technology, BTEC National in Vehicle Repair and Technology, and the IMI Certificate and Diploma in Vehicle Maintenance and Repair, but will help all automotive students and apprentices at levels 2 and 3 and up to and including HNC/HND, foundation and first degree with their studies and in achieving the Key Skill 'Application of Number' at levels 2 and 3. The book is designed to cater for both light and heavy vehicle courses. Full worked solutions of most exercises are available as a free download for lecturers only from http://textbooks.elsevier.com. Allan Bonnick is a motor vehicle education and training consultant and was formerly Head of Motor Vehicle Engineering, Eastbourne College. He is the author of several established automotive engineering textbooks.

Math for the Automotive Trade


Author: John C. Peterson,William deKryger
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1133387713
Category: Mathematics
Page: 352
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MATH FOR THE AUTOMOTIVE TRADE, 5E is an up-to-date, highly practical book that helps your students develop a real-world understanding of math concepts and applications in the modern automotive repair trade. Written at a beginner's level, this book is a comprehensive instructional workbook that shows your students how to solve the types of math problems faced regularly by automotive technicians. Unique to MATH FOR THE AUTOMOTIVE TRADE, 5E are realistic practice exercises that allow your students to determine if their answers fall within manufacturers' specifications and repair orders that are completed by finding the appropriate information in the professional literature and reference material, included in the book's valuable appendices. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Practical Problems in Mathematics: For Automotive Technicians


Author: Todd Sformo
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1111803692
Category: Mathematics
Page: 288
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Comprehensive and easy to use, the revised and updated seventh edition covers practical math problems that automotive technicians will face on the job. The easy-to-read and well organized chapters of Practical Problems in Mathematics for Automotive Technicians, Seventh Edition feature step-by-step instructions, diagrams, charts, and examples that facilitate the problem-solving process while reinforcing key concepts. The presentation builds from the basics of whole-number operations to cover percentages, linear measurement, ratios, and the use of more advanced formulas. With a special section on graphs, scale reading of test meters, and invoices found in the workplace, this text is tailor-made for students in any automotive course of study! Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Mathematics in the automotive industry


Author: James R. Smith,Institute of Mathematics and Its Applications
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: N.A
Category: Science
Page: 331
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The selected papers presented here emphasize the involvement of engineering science and mathematical modelling in rapidly solving complex problems which arise in the automotive industry. Chapters review the analysis of vehicle dynamics and control by automatic software generation and algebraic manipulation codes. Authors also discuss the application of control theory to four-wheel steering, active and semi-active suspensions, continuously variable transmission, and dynamometer control. Further chapters review the modelling of acoustical phenomena in the context of automotive noise, computer-induced changes in the artistic rendering of design elements, and the mathematical definition of surface features such as pockets, channels, and ribs. There are also chapters on the accurate and realistic prediction of air-flow and temperature characteristics to aid engine design, the simulation of flame propagation and knock, and using component models to predict vehicle heating and cooling. The final four chapters discuss finite element analysis of anisotropic deformation and its use in, for example, analyzing pressing or stamping operations; the sophisticated thermomechanical modelling of electrical components; and using well-tried algorithms to predict fatigue, and thus produce non-failing components. The volume will be an important source of up-to-date information for applied mathematicians, engineers, and researchers in the automotive industry, as well as for advanced students in engineering and mathematics.

Performance Automotive Engine Math


Author: John Baechtel
Publisher: CarTech Inc
ISBN: 1934709476
Category: Transportation
Page: 160
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Multi-time author and well-regarded performance engine builder/designer John Baechtel has assembled the relevant mathematics and packaged it all together in a book designed for automotive enthusiasts. This book walks readers through the complete engine, showcasing the methodology required to define each specific parameter, and how to translate the engineering math to hard measurements reflected in various engine parts. Designing the engine to work as a system of related components is no small task, but the ease with which Baechtel escorts the reader through the process makes this book perfect for both the budding engine enthusiast and the professional builder.

Practical Problems in Mathematics for Automotive Technicians


Author: George Moore,Todd Sformo,Larry Sformo
Publisher: Delmar Pub
ISBN: 9780827379442
Category: Mathematics
Page: 256
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Comprehensive and easy to use, the revised and updated 5th edition covers every practical math problem that automotive technicians will face on the job. The easy-to-read chapters feature step-by-step instructions, diagrams, charts, and examples to make the problem-solving process a snap. The presentation builds from the basics of whole-number operations to cover percentages, linear measurement, ratios, and the use of more advanced formulas. With a special section on graphs, scale reading of test meters, and invoices found in the workplace, this text is tailor-made for students in any automotive course of study!-math problems proceed from simple to complex for step-by-step learning -new section on conversion of measurements makes English-metric conversion quick and easy -new skills in fractions assist with real-world math applications -complete coverage of fundamental math principles as well as more advanced computations makes the book suitable for beginning and experienced technicians alike ALSO AVAILABLE INSTRUCTOR SUPPLEMENTS CALL CUSTOMER SUPPORT TO ORDERInstructor's Guide, ISBN: 0-8273-7945-5 (KEY WORDS: AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY)

Practical Problems in Math for Automotive Technicians


Author: George Moore
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9780827346222
Category: Automobiles
Page: 212
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Progress in Industrial Mathematics at ECMI 2012


Author: Magnus Fontes,Michael Günther,Nicole Marheineke
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319053655
Category: Mathematics
Page: 460
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This book contains the proceedings of the 17th European Conference on Mathematics for Industry, ECMI2012, held in Lund, Sweden, July 2012, at which ECMI celebrated its 25th anniversary. It covers mathematics in a wide range of applications and methods, from circuit and electromagnetic devices, environment, fibers, flow, medicine, robotics and automotive industry, further applications to methods and education. The book includes contributions from leading figures in business, science and academia that promote the application of mathematics to industry and emphasize industrial sectors that offer the most exciting opportunities. The contributions reinforce the role of mathematics as being a catalyst for innovation as well as an overarching resource for industry and business. The book features an accessible presentation of real-world problems in industry and finance, provides insight and tools for engineers and scientists who will help them to solve similar problems and offers modeling and simulation techniques that will provide mathematicians with a source of fresh ideas and inspiration.

Springboard which Degree Directory Series


Author: N.A
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category: Degrees, Academic
Page: N.A
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Mathematics in Industrial Problems


Author: Avner Friedman
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9780387985183
Category: Mathematics
Page: 189
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This is the tenth volume in the series "Mathematics in Industrial Prob lems. " The motivation for these volumes is to foster interaction between Industry and Mathematics at the "grass roots level;" that is, at the level of specific problems. These problems come from Industry: they arise from models developed by the industrial scientists in ventures directed at the manufacture of new or improved products. At the same time, these prob lems have the potential for mathematical challenge and novelty. To identify such problems, I have visited industries and had discussions with their scientists. Some of the scientists have subsequently presented their problems in the IMA Seminar on Industrial Problems. The book is based on the seminar presentations and on questions raised in subse quent discussions. Each chapter is devoted to one of the talks and is self contained. The chapters usually provide references to the mathematical literature and a list of open problems which are of interest to the industrial scientists. For some problems a partial solution is indicated briefly. The last chapter of the book contains a short description of solutions to some of the problems raised in the previous volume, as well as references to papers in which such solutions have been published. The speakers in the Seminar on Industrial Problems have given us at the IMA hours of delight and discovery.

Mathematical Sciences, Technology, and Economic Competitiveness


Author: Board on Mathematical Sciences,Commission on Physical Sciences, Mathematics, and Applications,Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences,National Research Council
Publisher: National Academies Press
ISBN: 0309583276
Category: Business & Economics
Page: 107
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This book describes the contributions of mathematics to the nation's advanced technology and to economic competitiveness. Examples from five industries--aircraft, petroleum, automotive, semiconductor, and telecommunications--illustrate how mathematics enters into and improves industry. Mathematical Sciences, Technology, and Economic Competitiveness addresses these high-technology industries and breadth of mathematical endeavors in the United States as they materially contribute to the technology base from which innovation in these industries flows. The book represents a serious attempt by the mathematics community to bring about an awareness by policymakers of the pervasive influence of mathematics in everyday life.

Techniques


Author: N.A
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category: Vocational education
Page: N.A
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Making education and career connections.

Mathematics - Key Technology for the Future

Joint Projects Between Universities and Industry
Author: Willi Jäger
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783540442202
Category: Mathematics
Page: 732
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Efficient transfer between science and society is crucial for their future development. The rapid progress of information technology and computer systems offers a large potential and new perspectives for solving complex problems. Mathematical modelling and simulation have become important tools not only in scientific investigations but also in analysing, planning and controlling technological and economic processes. Mathematics, imbedded in an interdisciplinary concept, has become a key technology. The book covers the results of a variety of major projects in industrial mathematics following an initiative of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research. All projects are collaborations of industrial companies and university-based researchers, and range from automotive industry to computer technology and medical visualisation. In general, the projects presented in this volume prove that new mathematical ideas and methods can be decisive for the solution of industrial and economic problems.

Modern Statistical and Mathematical Methods in Reliability


Author: Alyson G. Wilson
Publisher: World Scientific
ISBN: 9812563563
Category: Mathematics
Page: 409
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This volume contains extended versions of 28 carefully selected and reviewed papers presented at The Fourth International Conference on Mathematical Methods in Reliability in Santa Fe, New Mexico, June 21-25, 2004, the leading conference in reliability research. A broad overview of current research activities in reliability theory and its applications is provided with coverage on reliability modeling, network and system reliability, Bayesian methods, survival analysis, degradation and maintenance modeling, and software reliability. The contributors are all leading experts in the field and include the plenary session speakers, Tim Bedford, Thierry Duchesne, Henry Wynn, Vicki Bier, Edsel Pena, Michael Hamada, and Todd Graves.

Practical Problems in Math for Automotive Technicians


Author: Todd Sformo,Larry Sformo,George Moore
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781401839994
Category: Mathematics
Page: 227
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Organised in a knowledge-building format that progresses from the basics of whole number operations to percentages, linear measurements, ratios and the use of more complex formulas makes this book suitable for both beginning and advanced technicians.

Elementary Technical Mathematics


Author: Dale Ewen,C. Robert Nelson
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1285968352
Category: Mathematics
Page: 640
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ELEMENTARY TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS Eleventh Edition is written to help students with minimal math background successfully prepare for technical, trade, allied health, or Tech Prep programs. The authors focus on fundamental concepts in basic arithmetic including the metric system and measurement, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and statistics, which are supported by thousands of examples, exercises, and applications surrounding such fields as industrial and construction trades, electronics, agriculture/horticulture, allied health, CAD/drafting, HVAC, welding, auto/diesel service, aviation, natural resources, culinary arts, business/personal finance, and others. For this revision, the authors have added over 150 new exercises, 30 new examples, new applications categories, and a new appendix on simple inequalities. The goal of ELEMENTARY TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS is to engage students and provide them with the math background they need to succeed in future courses and careers. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.