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Automobile Engineering

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About This Course

Automobile Engineering is a course offered by the Department of Mechanical Engineering to develop a strong base for understanding future developments in the automobile industry. The course focuses on different automotive systems in particular transmission, suspension, steering and braking systems of an automobile.


1. Develop an understanding of the basic principles of automotive systems including engines,transmission, suspension, braking and other supporting systems

2. Understand the working of clutches, gearboxes, overdrives and automatic gear transmission by applying the fundamentals of engineering mechanics.

3. Analyze steering mechanisms, steering geometry and understand working of steering gearboxes.

4. Understand different types of suspension systems and do vehicle stability analysis.

5. Understand the working of brakes and different braking systems and analyze the braking operations.

6. Analyze the aerodynamic aspects of the vehicle.



Arun J Kulangara

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