|Other titles||Glossary of automotive terms.|
|Contributions||Society of Automotive Engineers.|
|LC Classifications||TL9 .S17 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||454 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||454|
|LC Control Number||92080981|
Glossary of Automotive Electronic Terms. J_ This glossary has been compiled to serve for reference in an effort to assist communications between the automotive engineer and the electronics engineer. This Glossary confines its content to the specific field of electronic systems and subsystems as they pertain to the automotive engineer. Glossary of Automotive Electronic Terms. JB_ This glossary has been compiled to serve for reference in an effort to assist communications between the automotive engineer and the electronics engineer. This Glossary confines its content to the specific field of electronic systems and subsystems as they pertain to the automotive engineer. JB_ A Glossary of Automotive Sensor Nomenclature. The sensor glossary presented in this paper was compiled from various standards available to the automotive industry. The glossary was assembled to assist the automotive engineer in the formulation of specifications and test methods. The successful application of sensors in automotive electronic control systems depends on effective communication between automotive manufacturers Author: David A. McNamara, Roy L. Louisignau. The modern automobile epitomizes a high-tech, complex world with a continuous flow of new technical terms and specifics. Today, mastering the English language does not suffice to be able to move confidently in the masses of current international specialized literature and documentation of automotive technology, and thus to be able to understand and make use of other specialists' knowledge in a.
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