The Role of the Chemist in Automotive Design (häftad)
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Häftad (Paperback / softback)
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Engelska
Antal sidor
216
Utgivningsdatum
2017-06-14
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CRC Press
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black and white 109 Illustrations under 100-PPI 513 70 Tables black and white
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under 100 - PPI 513; 70 Tables, black and white; 109 Illustrations, black and white
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1
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9781138114265
The Role of the Chemist in Automotive Design (häftad)

The Role of the Chemist in Automotive Design

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From the development of polymers that make cars lighter to fuels that make them run cleaner, the chemist's role in the automotive industry has evolved to be one that is more outside the laboratory than in it. Drawing on the author's 20 years of experience in vehicle design and laboratory experience, The Role of the Chemist in Automotive Design elucidates how the skills of chemists are put to use in the automotive industry and their effect on all phases of design. A glance through the table of contents provides an overview of the issues commonly encountered by chemists in the automotive industry. The author discusses fuels cells, lithium ion batteries, carbon nanotubes, and nickel metal hydride technology, all of which require the technical knowledge of a chemist but cross the lines of various disciplines. He also covers future technology including items such as battery technology, fuel cell membranes, and environmentally friendly plastics such as nylons that use castor oil as a primary component. The book examines environmental concerns such as CARB legislation and how the industry plans to deal with the new legislation with strategies such as Ozone Reduction Catalyst. The increasing technological, environmental, and economic issues facing the auto industry underscores the need for a basic reference that covers technologies that can be used to make vehicle more fuel efficient, environmentally friendly, and cost efficient. Exploring the expanding role chemists will play in future automotive design and technology, this book delineates the areas and technologies that require the technical knowledge of a chemist but that cross the lines of many disciplines.
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Introduction to the Automobile Industry Introduction Historical Factors Affecting Today's Industry Competitive Imperatives Indifference Maps and Curves Market Demand Vehicle Mass Targets Power Train Cooling Requirements HVAC Emissions Green Alternatives References Traditional Role of the Chemist in the Automobile Plant Environment Introduction Incoming Inspection Methods around Metals Atomic Absorption for Metal Analysis Separation and Chromatography of Organics Liquid-Solid Adsorption in HPLC Soluble Oils Lubricity Additives Some Problems with HPLC as a Lab Tool Plate Theory and Rate Theory Elastomer Characterization Plastic and Elastomer Analysis DSC Graphs Stress-Strain Relationships Bond Stiffness versus Modulus References Component Materials in Automobiles Introduction Polymer Market Penetration Methods of Production and Production Demand Ziegler-Natta Metal Oxide Initiation Other Methods of Production Chain Growth Polymerization Step Growth Polymerization Ionic Polymerization References Design Concerns and Imperatives Introduction History of Automotive Design Automotive Design Development Predictive Design Tools for the Performance Imperative Some History of Finite Element Analysis FEA Performance Predictions and Some Key Definitions Predictive Design for the Cost Imperative Structural Design Concerns Strength and Impact Concerns for Performance References Manufacturing and Process Technology Introduction Rubber Processing Plastic Processing Aluminum Processing PEM Manufacturing Nanotube Manufacturing References Engineering Polymers, High-Temperature and -Pressure Applications, and Structural Polymers Introduction Dynamic Sealing Needed Properties Automotive Requirements Materials and Processing Thermal Properties Fillers Polyetheretherketones Polyimides Poly(tetrafluoroethylene PPS References Power Train Applications Introduction Fuel Combustion Diesel Injection (Urea Injection) Engine Oil Engine Oil Function Engine Oil Groups Engine Oil Grades Some Important Additives Synthetic Lubricants Synthetic Esters Polyolefins Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF) Some Testing Methods Transmission Fluid Types Engine Coolant Methanol Ethylene Glycol Propylene Glycol New Developments References Seal and Gasket Design Introduction Tear Strength Thermal Serviceability Range Compression Set Silicone Rubbers EPDM Natural Rubbers Nitrile Rubbers Fluoropolymer Elastomers Ethylene Acrylic Seals Polyetherketone (PEEK), Polyetherimide (PEI), and Teflon (PTFE) Seal Types Failure and Degradation in Seal Design Thermal Degradation Thermal Oxidation References HVAC System Overview and Refrigerant Design Introduction Ozone Depletion Montreal Protocol Treaty Refrigerant Design Global Warming Potential Total Equivalent Warming Impact Ozone Depletion Potential Refrigerant Performance and Some Key Definitions 9.9 Need for Alternate Refrigerant Systems Refrigerant Oil Mixtures 152a and Hydrocarbons as Alternatives CO2 as an Alternative to 134a Traditional and CO2 Refrigerant System Design New Developments in Refrigerant Design (1234yf) Material Considerations in HVAC Design Aluminum Heat Exchanger Material References Fuel-Cell Chemistry Overview Introduction Future Market and Usage Fuel Cells as Automotive Propulsion Hydrogen Sources Problems with Fuel Cells References Membranes and Hydrogen Storage Devices Introduction Hydrogen Storage Tank Size New Developments Glass Microspheres Carbon Nanotubes and Graphite Nanofibers Membrane Electrode Assembly Cell Stack Assembly References Developing Technology Introduction Hybrid Technologies Biodiesel Battery Technologies Lithium Ion Battery Nickel-Metal Hydride Cells Battery Devel