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automotive engineering

[¦ȯd·ə¦mōd·iv ‚en·jə′nir·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
The branch of mechanical engineering concerned primarily with the special problems of land transportation by a four-wheeled, trackless, automotive vehicle.
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Quest said the move would strengthen the engineering service offering to its customers in terms of automotive engineering services and domain knowledge and enhance QuEST's capabilities in transportation.
Students of current Final year of Automotive Engineering are working on a Formula-1 car which will InshAllah participate in FSAE event this year in Australia.
David joined Swansea Institute in March and is currently involved with the teaching of IT to foundation students within the School of Automotive Engineering.
All three companies, which specialised in diecasting and metal finishing, have suffered from the national turndown in the automotive engineering sector and built up debts of more than pounds 2 million, despite turnover of pounds 7.
Drawing from its successful history in hosting similar sector trade fairs around the world, Messe Frankfurt intends to implement its highly-recognised international standard in trade fair organisation to the Automotive Engineering Show.
Detroit Section/Automotive Division, Society of Plastics Engineers International, technical conference on "Design and development with automotive engineering plastics," Best Western Sterling Inn, Sterling Heights, MI, Cindy Job (248) 643-6100--April 25.
Mechanical engineering, automotive engineering, aerospace systems engineering and automotive engineering design are the courses to be accredited.
According to the firm, the development of lightweight aluminum and iron cast components is one of the most important fields for innovation in automotive engineering due to their ability to enhance performance and safety and reduce field consumption and environmental pollution.
MathWorks today announced that Jilin University's College of Automotive Engineering in Changchun, China, has signed a software license agreement to provide all students and faculty at the college with MATLAB, Simulink, and 48 additional MathWorks products for technical computing and Model-Based Design.
Detroit-based automotive engineering consultancy Roush Technologies Ltd has taken over a 22,000 sq ft base at the Heathcote Industrial Estate in Hawkes Drive.
It has expanded from 96 pages in 1936, to more than 1200 today, as progress in the field of automotive engineering has grown.
The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Automotive Engineering International's annual picks of the year for the top products and technologies were published at year end.

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