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Automobile Electrical and Electronic Systems Third edition by Tom Denton
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Automobile Electrical and Electronic Systems Third edition by Tom Denton

Rajan Sharma | 15-Feb-2016 |
Development of the automobile electrical system , Electrical and electronic principles , Tools and test equipment , Electrical systems and circuits , Batteries , Charging systems , Starting systems , Ignition systems , Electronic fuel control , Lighting , Auxiliaries , Instrumentation , AIR CONDITIONING , Chassis electrical systems , ELECTRIC VEHICLES , World Wide Web , Comfort and safety , Development of the automobile electrical system , Electrical and electronic principles , Tools and test equipment , Electrical systems and circuits , Batteries , Charging systems , Starting systems , Ignition systems , Electronic fuel control , Lighting , Auxiliaries , Instrumentation , AIR CONDITIONING , Chassis electrical systems , ELECTRIC VEHICLES , World Wide Web , Comfort and safety , Development of the automobile electrical system , Electrical and electronic principles , Tools and test equipment , Electrical systems and circuits , Batteries , Charging systems , Starting systems , Ignition systems , Electronic fuel control , Lighting , Auxiliaries , Instrumentation , AIR CONDITIONING , Chassis electrical systems , ELECTRIC VEHICLES , World Wide Web , Comfort and safety ,

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1 Development of the automobile electrical system 1
1.1 A short history 1
1.2 Where next? 8
1.3 Self-assessment 10
2 Electrical and electronic principles 11
2.1 Safe working practices 11
2.2 Basic electrical principles 11
2.3 Electronic components and circuits 18
2.4 Digital electronics 26
2.5 Microprocessor systems 30
2.6 Measurement 35
2.7 Sensors and actuators 36
2.8 New developments 50
2.9 Diagnostics – electronics, sensors and actuators 52
2.10 New developments in electronic systems 54
2.11 Self-assessment 55
3 Tools and test equipment 57
3.1 Basic equipment 57
3.2 Multimeters 59
3.3 Specialist equipment 61
3.4 Dedicated equipment 66
3.5 On-board diagnostics 68
3.6 Case studies 69
3.7 Diagnostic procedures 72
3.8 New developments in test equipment 77
3.9 Self-assessment 80
4 Electrical systems and circuits 82
4.1 The systems approach 82
4.2 Electrical wiring, terminals and switching 83
4.3 Multiplexed wiring systems 91
4.4 Circuit diagrams and symbols 97
4.5 Case study 98
4.6 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) 100
4.7 New developments in systems and circuits 103
4.8 Self-assessment 108
5 Batteries 110
5.1 Vehicle batteries 110
5.2 Lead-acid batteries 111
5.3 Maintenance and charging 112
5.4 Diagnosing lead-acid battery faults 113
5.5 Advanced battery technology 115
5.6 Developments in electrical storage 119
5.7 New developments in batteries 124
5.8 Self-assessment 127
6 Charging systems 128
6.1 Requirements of the charging system 128
6.2 Charging system principles 129
6.3 Alternators and charging circuits 130
6.4 Case studies 136
6.5 Diagnosing charging system faults 139
6.6 Advanced charging system technology 139
6.7 New developments in charging systems 143
6.8 Self-assessment 148
7 Starting systems 149
7.1 Requirements of the starting system 149
7.2 Starter motors and circuits 151
7.3 Types of starter motor 155
7.4 Case studies 161
7.5 Diagnosing starting system faults 165
7.6 Advanced starting system technology 165
7.7 New developments in starting systems 167
7.8 Self-assessment 168
8 Ignition systems 170
8.1 Ignition fundamentals 170
8.2 Electronic ignition 174
8.3 Programmed ignition 180
8.4 Distributorless ignition 184
8.5 Direct ignition 185
8.6 Spark-plugs 185
8.7 Case studies 189
8.8 Diagnosing ignition system faults 195
8.9 Advanced ignition technology 196
8.10 New developments in ignition systems 197
8.11 Self-assessment 197
9 Electronic fuel control 199
9.1 Combustion 199
9.2 Engine fuelling and exhaust emissions 205
9.3 Electronic control of carburation 208
9.4 Fuel injection 210
9.5 Diesel fuel injection 214
9.6 Case studies 219
9.7 Diagnosing fuel control system faults 236
9.8 Advanced fuel control technology 236
9.9 New developments 237
9.10 Self-assessment 238
10 Engine management 240
10.1 Combined ignition and fuel management 240
10.2 Exhaust emission control 244
10.3 Control of diesel emissions 248
10.4 Complete vehicle control systems 248
10.5 Case study – Mitsubishi GDI 251
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10.6 Case study – Bosch 258
10.7 Diagnosing engine management system faults 271
10.8 Advanced engine management technology 274
10.9 New developments in engine management 282
10.10 Self-assessment 289
11 Lighting 291
11.1 Lighting fundamentals 291
11.2 Lighting circuits 299
11.3 Gas discharge and LED lighting 299
11.4 Case studies 302
11.5 Diagnosing lighting system faults 310
11.6 Advanced lighting technology 310
11.7 New developments in lighting systems 312
11.8 Self-assessment 315
12 Auxiliaries 317
12.1 Windscreen washers and wipers 317
12.2 Signalling circuits 321
12.3 Other auxiliary systems 322
12.4 Case studies 324
12.5 Diagnosing auxiliary system faults 328
12.6 Advanced auxiliary systems technology 329
12.7 New developments in auxiliary systems 330
12.8 Self-assessment 331
13 Instrumentation 333
13.1 Gauges and sensors 333
13.2 Driver information 337
13.3 Visual displays 339
13.4 Case studies 343
13.5 Diagnosing instrumentation system faults 346
13.6 Advanced instrumentation technology 346
13.7 New developments in instrumentation systems 348
13.8 Self-assessment 355
14 Air conditioning 356
14.1 Conventional heating and ventilation 356
14.2 Air conditioning 358
14.3 Other heating systems 360
14.4 Case studies 361
14.5 Diagnosing air conditioning system faults 365
14.6 Advanced temperature control technology 366
14.7 New developments in temperature control systems 367
14.8 Self-assessment 368
15 Chassis electrical systems 370
15.1 Anti-lock brakes 370
15.2 Active suspension 374
15.3 Traction control 375
15.4 Automatic transmission 377
15.5 Other chassis electrical systems 379
15.6 Case studies 383
15.7 Diagnosing chassis electrical system faults 391
15.8 Advanced chassis systems technology 393
15.9 New developments in chassis electrical systems 395
15.10 Self-assessment 401
Contents vii
16 Comfort and safety 403
16.1 Seats, mirrors and sun-roofs 403
16.2 Central locking and electric windows 405
16.3 Cruise control 407
16.4 In-car multimedia 409
16.5 Security 416
16.6 Airbags and belt tensioners 418
16.7 Other safety and comfort systems 421
16.8 Case studies 425
16.9 Diagnosing comfort and safety system faults 436
16.10 Advanced comfort and safety systems technology 437
16.11 New developments in comfort and safety systems 439
16.12 Self-assessment 441
17 Electric vehicles 443
17.1 Electric traction 443
17.2 Hybrid vehicles 446
17.3 Case studies 446
17.4 Advanced electric vehicle technology 453
17.5 New developments in electric vehicles 455
17.6 Self-assessment 456
18 World Wide Web 457
18.1 Introduction 457
18.2 Automotive technology – electronics 457
18.3 Self-assessment 458

 

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