A textbook on automobile chassis and body engineeringVehicle drag and types various types of forces and moments effects of forces and moments side wind various body optimization techniques and Aerodynamic Aids for Optimisation of drag wind tunnel testing of scale model. Crash Test and Roll over test regulations. Heating and ventilation systems. Dash boards, instrument panel and passenger compartment lighting, Audio visual systems. Air conditioning equipment selection and mounting. Commercial Vehicle Details: Types of body, flat platform, drop side, fixed side, tipper body, tanker body, light commercial vehicle body types. Dimensions of drivers seat in relation to controls, drivers cab design.
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Automobile Chassis and Body Engineering. (A text book for +2 Vocational and Diploma Students of Mechanical. Engineering). Author. Sri. rumahhijabaqila.com KUMAR.
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Journal of Measurements in Engineering, Vol. Received 1 November ; received in revised form 10 December ; accepted 24 December ; published 31 December The article describes important stage of the vehicle production, which is design of chassis and frames. There is some historical information for showing development in vehicle production. Many of vehicles properties are strictly connected with the chassis or frame. Dynamic properties and static or geometric parameters of the vehicle depends on chassis or frames. It was described an interesting method IPPD adopt to automotive industry.
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