Automotive Mechatronics : Automotive Networking, Driving Stability Systems, Electronics

By: Reif, KonradMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandBosch Professional Automotive Information: Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer, 2014Description: 1 online resource (549 p.)ISBN: 9783658039752Subject(s): Automobiles -- Automatic control | Automotive computers | MechatronicsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Automotive Mechatronics : Automotive Networking, Driving Stability Systems, ElectronicsDDC classification: 629.2 LOC classification: TJ163.12Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Foreword; Contents; Authors; Basics of mechatronics; Mechatronic systems and components; Development methods; Outlook; Architecture; Overview; Vehicle system architecture; Electronic control unit; Operating conditions; Design; Data processing; Digital modules in the control unit; Control unit software; Software Development; Basic principles of networking; Network topology; Network organization; OSI reference model; Control mechanisms; Automotive networking; Cross-system functions; Requirements for bus systems; Classification of bus systems; Applications in the vehicle; Coupling of networks
Examples of networked vehiclesBus systems; CAN bus; LIN bus; Bluetooth; MOST bus; TTP/C; FlexRay; Diagnosis interfaces; Automotive sensors; Basics and overview; Automotive applications; Details of the sensor market; Features of vehicle sensors; Sensor classification; Error types and tolerance requirements; Reliability; Main requirements, trends; Overview of the physical effects for sensors; Overview and selection of sensor technologies; Sensor measuring principles; Position sensors; Speed and rpm sensors; Acceleration sensors; Pressure sensors; Force and torque sensors; Flowmeters
Gas sensors and concentration sensorsTemperature sensors; Imaging sensors (video); Sensor types; Engine-speed sensors; Hall phase sensors; Speed sensors for transmission control; Wheel-speed sensors; Micromechanical yaw-rate sensors; Piezoelectric "tuning-fork" yaw-rate sensor; Micromechanical pressure sensors; High-pressure sensors; Temperature sensors; Accelerator-pedal sensors; Steering-angle sensors; Position sensors for transmission control; Axle sensors; Hot-film air-mass meters; Piezoelectric knock sensors; SMM acceleration sensors; Micromechanical bulk silicon acceleration sensors
Piezoelectric acceleration sensorsiBolt™ force sensor; Torque sensor; Rain/light sensor; Two-step Lambda oxygen sensors; LSU4 planar wide-band Lambda oxygen sensor; Electric Actuators; Electromechanical actuators; Fluid-mechanical actuators; Electrical machines; Electrohydraulic Actuators; Application and Function; Requirements; Design and Operating Concept; Actuator Types; Simulations in Development; Electronic Transmission Control; Drivetrain Management; Market Trends; Control of Automated Shift Transmission AST; Control of Automatic Transmissions
Control of Continuously Variable TransmissionECUs for Electronic Transmission Control; Thermo-Management; Processes and Tools Used in ECU Development; Modules for Transmission Control; Application; Module Types; Antilock Braking System (ABS); System overview; Requirements placed on ABS; Dynamics of a braked wheel; ABS control loop; Typical control cycles; Traction Control System (TCS); Tasks; Function description; Structure of traction control system (TCS); Typical control situations; Traction control system (TCS) for four wheel drive vehicles; Electronic Stability Program (ESP); Requirements
Tasks and method of operation
Summary: 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.
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Foreword; Contents; Authors; Basics of mechatronics; Mechatronic systems and components; Development methods; Outlook; Architecture; Overview; Vehicle system architecture; Electronic control unit; Operating conditions; Design; Data processing; Digital modules in the control unit; Control unit software; Software Development; Basic principles of networking; Network topology; Network organization; OSI reference model; Control mechanisms; Automotive networking; Cross-system functions; Requirements for bus systems; Classification of bus systems; Applications in the vehicle; Coupling of networks

Examples of networked vehiclesBus systems; CAN bus; LIN bus; Bluetooth; MOST bus; TTP/C; FlexRay; Diagnosis interfaces; Automotive sensors; Basics and overview; Automotive applications; Details of the sensor market; Features of vehicle sensors; Sensor classification; Error types and tolerance requirements; Reliability; Main requirements, trends; Overview of the physical effects for sensors; Overview and selection of sensor technologies; Sensor measuring principles; Position sensors; Speed and rpm sensors; Acceleration sensors; Pressure sensors; Force and torque sensors; Flowmeters

Gas sensors and concentration sensorsTemperature sensors; Imaging sensors (video); Sensor types; Engine-speed sensors; Hall phase sensors; Speed sensors for transmission control; Wheel-speed sensors; Micromechanical yaw-rate sensors; Piezoelectric "tuning-fork" yaw-rate sensor; Micromechanical pressure sensors; High-pressure sensors; Temperature sensors; Accelerator-pedal sensors; Steering-angle sensors; Position sensors for transmission control; Axle sensors; Hot-film air-mass meters; Piezoelectric knock sensors; SMM acceleration sensors; Micromechanical bulk silicon acceleration sensors

Piezoelectric acceleration sensorsiBolt™ force sensor; Torque sensor; Rain/light sensor; Two-step Lambda oxygen sensors; LSU4 planar wide-band Lambda oxygen sensor; Electric Actuators; Electromechanical actuators; Fluid-mechanical actuators; Electrical machines; Electrohydraulic Actuators; Application and Function; Requirements; Design and Operating Concept; Actuator Types; Simulations in Development; Electronic Transmission Control; Drivetrain Management; Market Trends; Control of Automated Shift Transmission AST; Control of Automatic Transmissions

Control of Continuously Variable TransmissionECUs for Electronic Transmission Control; Thermo-Management; Processes and Tools Used in ECU Development; Modules for Transmission Control; Application; Module Types; Antilock Braking System (ABS); System overview; Requirements placed on ABS; Dynamics of a braked wheel; ABS control loop; Typical control cycles; Traction Control System (TCS); Tasks; Function description; Structure of traction control system (TCS); Typical control situations; Traction control system (TCS) for four wheel drive vehicles; Electronic Stability Program (ESP); Requirements

Tasks and method of operation

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.

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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.

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