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Automotive Mechatronics

Automotive Networking, Driving Stability Systems, Electronics

  • Konrad Reif

Part of the Bosch Professional Automotive Information book series (BPAI)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-X
  2. Hans-Martin Heinkel, Klaus-Georg Bürger
    Pages 1-7
  3. Dieter Kraft, Stefan Mischo
    Pages 8-17
  4. Martin Kaiser, Ulrich Schaefer, Gerhard Haaf
    Pages 18-43
  5. Stefan Mischo, Heiko Holtkamp, Alexander Leonhardt, Peter Häussermann, Rainer Constapel, Jörn Stuphorn et al.
    Pages 44-55
  6. Stefan Mischo, Jörn Stuphorn, Rainer Constapel, Heiko Holtkamp, Alexander Leonhardi, Peter Häussermann et al.
    Pages 56-69
  7. Stefan Mischo, Jörn Stuphorn, Rainer Constapel, Peter Häussermann, Alexander Leonhardi, Heiko Holtkamp et al.
    Pages 70-143
  8. Erich Zabler, Wolfgang-Michael Müller, Claus Bischoff, Christian Pfahler, Peter Weiberle, Ulrich Papert et al.
    Pages 144-167
  9. Erich Zabler, Christian Gerhardt, Klaus Miekley, Roger Frehoff, Martin Mast, Bernhard Bauer et al.
    Pages 168-245
  10. Erich Zabler, Wolfgang-Michael Müller, Claus Bischoff, Christian Pfahler, Peter Weiberle, Ulrich Papert et al.
    Pages 246-289
  11. Rudolf Heinz, Robert Schenk
    Pages 290-301
  12. D. Fornoff, T. Müller, D. Grauman, E. Hendriks, T. Laux, A. Schreiber et al.
    Pages 302-315
  13. D. Fornoff, T. Müller, D. Grauman, E. Hendriks, T. Laux, A. Schreiber et al.
    Pages 316-349
  14. D. Fornoff, T. Müller, D. Grauman, E. Hendriks, T. Laux, A. Schreiber et al.
    Pages 350-353
  15. Friedrich Kost, Thomas Ehret, Jochen Wagner, Ulrich Papert, Frank Heinen, Peter Eberspächer et al.
    Pages 354-369
  16. Friedrich Kost, Jürgen Schuh, Heinz-Jürgen Koch-Dücker, Frank Niewels, Thomas Ehret, Jochen Wagner et al.
    Pages 370-377
  17. Friedrich Kost, Jürgen Schuh, Heinz-Jürgen Koch-Dücker, Frank Niewels, Thomas Ehret, Jochen Wagner et al.
    Pages 378-393
  18. Friedrich Kost, Jürgen Schuh, Heinz-Jürgen Koch-Dücker, Frank Niewels, Thomas Ehret, Jochen Wagner et al.
    Pages 394-403
  19. Friedrich Kost, Jürgen Schuh, Heinz-Jürgen Koch-Dücker, Frank Niewels, Thomas Ehret, Jochen Wagner et al.
    Pages 404-411
  20. Bernhard Kant
    Pages 412-415
  21. Felix Landhäußer, Rainer Heinzmann, Mikel Lorente Susaeta, Andreas Rettich, Klaus Ortner, Werner Brühmann et al.
    Pages 416-429
  22. Felix Landhäußer, Helmut Sattmann, Rainer Heinzmann, Mikel Lorente Suseata, Andreas Rettich, Werner Brühmann et al.
    Pages 430-453
  23. Felix Landhäußer, Mikel Lorente Suseata, Werner Brühmann, Rainer Heinzmann, Andreas Rettich, Klaus Ortner et al.
    Pages 454-477
  24. Wolfgang Rieger
    Pages 478-481
  25. Rainer Kurzmann, Günter Hartz
    Pages 482-484
  26. Gebhard Schweizer
    Pages 485-487
  27. Jürgen Bowe, B. Kordowski, Andreas Walther, Jan Lichtermann
    Pages 488-495
  28. Matthias Knirsch, Matthias Tappe, Bernd Kesch, Günter Driedger, Walter Lehle
    Pages 510-521
  29. Back Matter
    Pages 522-538

About this book

Introduction

As the complexity of automotive vehicles increases this book presents operational and practical issues of automotive mechatronics. It is a comprehensive introduction to controlled automotive systems and provides detailed information of sensors for travel, angle, engine speed, vehicle speed, acceleration, pressure, temperature, flow, gas concentration etc. The measurement principles of the different sensor groups are explained and examples to show the measurement principles applied in different types.

Contents

​Basics of mechatronics.- Architecture.- Electronic control unit.- Software development.- Basic principles of networking.- Automotive networking.- Bus systems.- Automotive sensors.- Sensor measuring principles.- Sensor types.- Electric actuators.- Electrohydraulic actuators.- Electronic transmission control.- Electronic transmission control unit.- Modules for transmission control.- Antilock braking system.- Traction control system.- Electronic stability program.- Automatic brake functions.- Hydraulic modulator.- Electrohydraulic brake.- Overview of common-rail systems.- Electronic Diesel control.- Active steering.- Drive and adjustment systems.- Heating, ventilation and air conditioning.- Vehicle security systems.- Electromagnetic compatibility and interference suppression.- Fault diagnostics.

The target groups

Motor-vehicle technicians in education and vocational training

Master-mechanics and technicians in garage-workshops

Teachers and lecturers in vocational schools

Students at universities and technical colleges

And all those interested in automotive engineering

About the Bosch Group

Bosch is the world´s largest independent supplier of parts and equipment for motor vehicles. Innovations by Bosch have shaped the development of the automobile. Bosch´s dominant technological role in many fields is demonstrated by the fact that it has the most patent applications in automotive engineering in Germany, to the European Patent Office and in the USA.

Keywords

Active steering Architecture Automotive networking Brake Electrohydraulic actuators Fult diagnostics

Editors and affiliations

  • Konrad Reif
    • 1
  1. 1.Duale Hochschule Baden-WürttembergFriedrichshafenGermany

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-03975-2
  • Copyright Information Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden 2015
  • Publisher Name Springer Vieweg, Wiesbaden
  • eBook Packages Engineering
  • Print ISBN 978-3-658-03974-5
  • Online ISBN 978-3-658-03975-2
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