automobile chassis

automobile chassis

[‚ȯd·ə·mə′bēl ′chas·ē]
(mechanical engineering)
The automobile frame, together with the wheels, power train, brakes, engine, and steering system.
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Project Name: National automobile quality supervision and inspection center (liuzhou) automobile chassis dynamometer
VIE is focused on air brake systems for commercial vehicles, hydraulic brake and steering systems for passenger vehicles, electric control systems for automobile chassis, and sub-frame systems for passenger vehicles, amongst others.
Mitsubishi Electric, Showa Corp, Tianjin Jinfeng Automobile Chassis Parts Co.
The topics include the dynamic stability of a motorized high-speed machine tool spindle supported on bearings, considerations for designing an automobile chassis to prevent the vehicle from rolling over, analyzing and optimizing process parameters of an abrasive flow machining process for super finishing a non-ferrous material nozzle, selecting material for wind turban blades by the analytic hierarchy process, and scavenging nickel(II) from aqueous wastes by adsorption with granular activated carbon.
The simulator consists of a full-size automobile chassis on a motion base surrounded by a semicircular projection screen with a 240-degree field of view.
4 shows the pratical test for generating operation program for automobile chassis assembly.
Other applications include cutting tool monitoring, biomechanics feedback, and automobile chassis dynamics.
An alloy that is commonly used in aeronautical applications, 7075 T6, is being used in the F430, and this is said to be the first-ever application of the material in an automobile chassis.
The program was focused on developing the design and capabilities of high-strength lightweight components for automobile chassis and body part applications.
The partners expect production to start in the year 2000, initially with a line of hot dipped galvanised part productionand a capacity of 350,000 tonnes/year, along with units for producing pre-cut automobile chassis in various shapes.
David Bowers celebrates Frank Archer as an advertising and merchandising genius for his irrepressible energy in constantly launching such publicity gimmicks as the Moxie "horsemobile' (an automobile chassis surmounted by a life-size plaster, wood, or metal horse from the back of which the rider-driver would operate the pedals and steering wheel of this popular parade attraction of the 1920s and 1930s).
TrixMotive is in the business of converting automobile chassis into stretched limousines and other specialized automotives.

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