The primary aim of this book is to provide the necessary scientific principles for NVQ students specialising in motor vehicle engineering at levels 2 and 3. Unlike many other engineering science texts, it emphasises the topics most useful to vehicle engineers, and includes numerous real-life examples, with questions directly related to cars, motor cycles and commercial vehicles.
- Theory and questions all set in an automotive context
- Theory followed by worked examples and graded questions to aid learning
- Up-to-date with current technology
Students taking NVQ level 3 in motor vehicle engineering. Also those taking a GNVQ advanced course in engineering.
Part 1: Introduction - SI systems Exam questions Part 2: Mechanics - Mass, density and volume Force Friction Moments Stress and Strain Frameworks Bending Torsion Motion Centripetal and centrifugal action Simple harmonic motion Energy Part 3: Thermofluids - Introduction Pressure Heat Gas laws S F E E Fluids Part 4: Systems - System modelling Instrumentation Tools and equipment Part 5: Chemistry - Electrochemistry Materials Part 6: Basic Electricity Index.
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 1995
- 1st December 1995
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Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
"...well written...explains a difficult topic in a clear concise way." Association of Motor Vehicle Teachers