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High temperature lead type capacitors

High degree of durability is needed for a capacitor deployed in automotive applications

Clusters driving automotive innovation

Jonathan Wilkins looks at some of the most exciting automotive engineering clusters around the world

Computer-aided engineering drives hydraulics to new heights

Jim Cairney looks at the use of computer modelling techniques in the development of hydraulics


MCUs target in-cabin touch interface and motor control applications

Silicon Labs launches AEC-Q100-qualified EFM8 microcontrollers for automotive market

Force sensors in user interfaces

James Hayward looks at the $1.8bn market for force sensors in user interfaces as they move beyond touch

Autonomous cars ... considering the human factors

Boris Sedacca explores why autonomous cars might well be able to operate alone, they cannot truly be driverless

Fluid solutions for future commercial vehicles

Mark Klein-Hietpas and Jacques Malfroy discuss hoses and lines for new drive systems and alternative fuels

60 and 100V automotive N-Channel MOSFETs

Devices provide low ON-resistance for load switch applications

Low extractable fuel line

The multilayer tubing 4800 supplements the proven 4000 series through a system with a low extractable inner layer

Four-channel current-feedback power amplifier IC for car audio

Integrated device supports speaker protection functionality and better sound quality

Water cooling multiplies brake resistor power density

Electric vehicle braking resistor is also suitable for industrial applications, says Martin Nicholls

Capacitors feature stability under voltage and very low drift

Knowles Capacitors new H series MLCCs are ultra High Q for high temperature, high frequency applications

Improving car fuel efficiency by 25%

Second-generation Gasoline Technology Car is a 48-volt mild hybrid car

Who needs innovation?

Mark Proctor examines the challenges the automotive industry is facing due to the latest expectations in design

Collaborative robots in the automotive industry

Automotive manufacturers have been using robotic equipment since the early 1960s, however, unlike the industrial robots of the past, the industry is now witnessing an influx of collaborative robotics. Fear not the cobot, says Jonathan Wilkins

Virtually drive automotive CAE models

Anyone can evaluate the potential noise, vibration and harshness impact of CAE component designs

Make do and mend

Darren Halford examines the benefits of remanufactured automotive parts

High-performance electric vehicle

Louise Smyth reports on the new EV concept that’s setting out to disrupt automotive design forever http://www.engineerlive.com/content/high-performance-electric-vehicle

Automotive motors: something in the air

Exploring the advantages and applications of piston air motors in the automotive sector

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