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Automobile Engineering

Biotech Materials | Bio-Plastics | Bio-Fabrics

Today, various automobile parts are made from plastics, which are reliant on the supply of petroleum. There is a need to find new materials for these parts so we can promote a post-petroleum era and reduce CO2 emissions. The automobile industry’s first plant-derived bio-plastic, which can be injection-molded to ensure thermal and shock resistance and…

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Automobile Engineering

DISI Turbo | Direct Injection Spark Ignition Technology | Variable Timing Technology

DISI includes a whole new set of innovations for gasoline engines. To mention a few, direct injection (including cooling the air-gasoline mixture), a new combustion chamber geometry, variable timing technology, and nanotechnology for the catalyst. This all makes the engines consume 20 percent less while getting 15 to 20 percent better performance. Further developments for…

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Common Rail Type Fuel Injection System

Electronic control common rail type fuel injection system drives an integrated fuel pump at an ultrahigh pressure to distribute fuel to each injector per cylinder through a common rail. This enables optimum combustion to generate big horsepower, and reduce PM* (diesel plume) and fuel consumption. Bosch will supply the complete common-rail injection system for the…

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Automobile Engineering

Technology of Hydrogen Fueled Rotary Engine | Dual Fuel System ( Hydrogen + Gasoline)

This hydrogen engine takes advantage of the characteristics of Mazda’s unique rotary engine and maintains a natural driving feeling unique to internal combustion engines. It also achieves excellent environmental performance with zero CO2 emissions. Further, the hydrogen engine ensures performance and reliability equal to that of a gasoline engine. Since the gasoline version requires only…

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Automobile Engineering

Weight Reduction Technology | Fuel Economy Factors | Light Weight Technologies | Cutting Edge Technologies

Weight has a significant effect on a vehicle’s basic ability to go, corner and stop. Furthermore, environmental and economic factors such as fuel economy are also strongly influenced by vehicle weight. Mazda strives to minimize the weight of every car it develops. The all-new Mazda2 (Demio) launched in July 2007 is a perfect example. During…

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Next-Generation ‘SKYACTIV’ Technologies |

Highlights of the SKYACTIV technologies: SKYACTIV-G: a next-generation highly-efficient direct-injection gasoline engine with the world’s highest compression ratio of 14.0:1 SKYACTIV-D: a next-generation clean diesel engine with the world’s lowest compression ratio of 14.0:1 SKYACTIV-Drive: a next-generation highly-efficient automatic transmission A next-generation manual transmission with a light shift feel, compact size and significantly reduced weight…

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Mechanical Engineering Interview Questions

What is the function of EGR valve EGR means Exhaust Gas Recirculation. The main function of EGR is to control NOx emission from the engine. At elevated temperature (during long run & full condition)if due to some reasons engine gets heated up beyond certain level… it produces NOx emission. In order to avoid this pollution…

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Automobile Engineering

Catalyst Technology | Single Nano-Catalyst | Precious Metal Dispersion Model

In automobile catalytic converters, the surface conditions of the precious metals—the catalyst materials—have a large effect on their ability to clean emissions. Conventionally, precious metal particles are adhered to a base material. However, heat from the exhaust gas causes the particles to collect together and agglomerate to form larger particles. This reduces the surface area…

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Automobile Engineering

Miller Cycle | Sequential Valve Timing (S-VT) | Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT)

The key to improving fuel efficiency lies in raising an engine’s thermal efficiency. This can be done by increasing the expansion ratio. The expansion ratio is the amount of work the engine does each time the air-fuel mixture in the cylinders detonates. However, in conventional engines the expansion ratio is the same as the compression…

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Automobile Engineering

Direct Injection Gasoline Engine | DISI Engine

In developing the DISI engine, we aimed to cool the interior of the cylinder as much as possible by promoting fuel vaporization and uniform mixing of atomized fuel and air. This produces a high charging efficiency of the air-fuel mixture and a high compression ratio, which results in significant improvements in both torque and fuel…

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Automobile Engineering

Idling Stop Technology | i-stop

Idle stop systems save fuel by shutting down a vehicle’s engine automatically when the car is stationary and restarting it when the driver resumes driving. Especially in urban areas, drivers often let their car’s engine idle at traffic lights or when stopped in traffic jams. Switching off the engine to stop it idling in these…

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WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN RATED SPEED AND ECONOMIC SPEED? THE RATED SPEED TELLS US ABOUT THE MAXIMUM SPEED WHICH CAN BE ACHIEVED BY A VEHICLE OR SOME OTHER MACHINE BUT THE ECONOMICAL SPEED MEANS THE SPEED LIMIT AT WHICH THE MACHINE WORKS EFFICIENTLY WITH LEAST CONSUMPTION OF FUEL.EG-IN NORMAL BIKES(NOT RACING),THE MAX.SPEED LIMIT SHOWN…

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Mechanical Engineer Job Interview Questions

Different between technology & engineering? Engineering is application of science. Technology shows various methods of Engineering. A bridge can be made by using beams to bear the load,by an arc or by hanging in a cable; all shows different technology but comes under civil engineering and science applied is laws of force/load distribution. how a…