Bosch Automotive Electrics and Automotive Electronics : Systems and Components, Networking and Hybrid Drive
By: GmbH, Robert Bosch.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Bosch Professional Automotive Information: Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer, 2013Edition: 5th ed.Description: 1 online resource (530 p.).ISBN: 9783658017842.Subject(s): Automotive computers -- Congresses | Microprocessors -- Congresses | Programmable controllers -- CongressesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Bosch Automotive Electrics and Automotive Electronics : Systems and Components, Networking and Hybrid DriveDDC classification: 629.254 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Foreword; Contents; Authors; Electrical and electronic systems in the vehicle; Overview; Development of electronic systems; Value creation structure for the future; Task of an electronic system; Motronic engine-management system; System description; Air system; Fuel system; Fuel injector for intake-manifoldinjection; High-pressure fuel injector forgasoline direct injection; Inductive ignition System; Ignition coils; Electronic diesel control(EDC); System overview; Data processing; Fuel-injection control; Torque-controlled EDC systems; Lighting technology; Automotive light sources
Main headlamps (Europe)Main headlamps (North America); Litronic; Headlamp leveling control; Adaptive lighting systems; Cornering lights (Europe); Electronic stabilityprogram (ESP); Controller hierarchy of ESP; Antilock brake system (ABS); ABS control loop; Traction-control system (TCS); Adaptive cruise control(ACC); System description; Ranging radar; Occupant-protection systems; Seat belts and seat-belt pretensioners; Front airbag; Side airbag; Rollover protection systems; Combined ECUs for seat-belt pretensioners,front and side airbags androllover protection equipment; Acceleration sensors
Gas inflatorsAC firing; Passenger-compartment sensing; Basic principles of networking; Network topology; Bus topology; Star topology; Ring topology; Mesh topology; Hybrid topologies; Network organization; Addressing; Bus access method; OSI reference model; Physical layer; Communication layer; Application layer; Control mechanisms; Event control; Timer control; Composability; Automotive networking; Cross-system functions; Requirements for bus systems; Data transfer rate; Interference immunity; Real-time capability; Number of network nodes; Classification of bus systems
Applications in the vehicleReal-time applications; Multiplex applications; Multimedia networking; Coupling of networks; Examples of networked vehicles; Topology; Signal transmission; Data transfer: examples; Bus systems; CAN bus; Applications; Topology; Data transmission system; CAN protocol; Hardware; Data transfer sequence; Standardization; Characteristics; LIN bus; Overview; Applications; Data transmission system; Bus access; LIN protocol; Network management; Example: air-conditioning control; Summary; MOST bus; Introduction; Features of the MOST bus; Data transfer
Administrative functionsMOST application layer; Applications; Bluetooth; Overview; Applications; Bluetooth versions; Transmission technology; Power classes; Topology; Physical data channel; Physical connections; Bluetooth architecture; FlexRay; Overview; Areas of application; Topology; Hardware; Protocol; Communication cycle; Clock control; Frame format; Standardization; Characteristics; Diagnosis interfaces; Diagnostic protocol; Application protocols; Communication on the K line; Communication on the CAN; Architecture of electronic systems; Overview; History; Technology of the present day
Â This is a complete reference guide to automotive electrics and electronics. This new edition of the definitive reference for automotive engineers, compiled by one of the world's largest automotive equipment suppliers, includes new and updated material. As in previous editions different topics are covered in a concise but descriptive way backed up by diagrams, graphs, photographs and tables enabling the reader to better comprehend the subject. This fifth edition revises the classical topics of the vehicle electrical systems such as system architecture, control, components and sensors. There
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