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[[Image:Ford Model T car no. 2, winner of the 1909 trans-continental race from New York to Seattle.jpg|thumb|right|Ford Model "T" car no. 2, winner of the trans-continental race from New York to Seattle on display, Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition, Seattle, June 1909.]]
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Topics related to the design of automobiles including automotive electronics and vehicle crash testing
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== Subcategories ==
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*'''[[:Category:Automotive applications|Automotive applications]]''' - practical applications of various technologies in automobiles
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*'''[[:Category:Automotive electronics|Automotive electronics]]''' - electronic systems used in automobiles, including engine electronics, transmission electronics, and chassis electronics
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*'''[[:Category:Vehicle crash testing|Vehicle crash testing]]''' - the simulation of traffic collisions to evaluate an automobile's safety and reliability 
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*'''[[:Category:Vehicle dynamics|Vehicle dynamics]]''' - attributes of an automobile's behavior while it is in motion, including ride, handling, steering, braking, and traction 
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Latest revision as of 18:54, 10 November 2011

Ford Model "T" car no. 2, winner of the trans-continental race from New York to Seattle on display, Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition, Seattle, June 1909.

Topics related to the design of automobiles including automotive electronics and vehicle crash testing

Subcategories

  • Automotive applications - practical applications of various technologies in automobiles
  • Automotive electronics - electronic systems used in automobiles, including engine electronics, transmission electronics, and chassis electronics
  • Vehicle crash testing - the simulation of traffic collisions to evaluate an automobile's safety and reliability
  • Vehicle dynamics - attributes of an automobile's behavior while it is in motion, including ride, handling, steering, braking, and traction