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Automotive Sensors

Sensors are used in all areas of a motor vehicle: in engine management systems, in vehicle safety systems and in comfort and convenience systems. As well as detecting operating states, sensors can also sense the vehicle's environment. The measurement principles of the different sensor groups (position sensors, velocity sensors, pressure sensors, etc.) are explained in this publication. Examples show how these measurement principles are applied in different sensor types. This booklet describes sensory classification, reliability, error types and tolerance requirements, sensor measurement principles, and sensor types. (Color; 165 pages)
Bosch No. 1 987 722 131
ISBN No. 978-3-86522-049-3
Year(s) 2007
Language English
Availability Out Of Stock

Gasoline Engine Management: Basics and Components

Deals with the technical concepts employed in complying with the demands made upon a modern day engine and explains their operation. Sections include: basics of the gasoline engine; cylinder charge control systems; fuel supply; manifold fuel injection; gasoline direct injection; operation of gasoline engines on natural gas; inductive ignition system; catalytic emission control. (Color; 125 pages)
Bosch No. 1 987 722 136
ISBN No. 978-3-86522-041-7
Year(s) 2007
Language English
Availability 10 in stock

Diesel Inline Fuel Injection Pumps

Explains the significant aspect of a variety of inline fuel injection pump designs and their components, such as pump units and delivery valves, as well as providing interesting insights into their methods of operation. There are chapters devoted to pump governors and control systems, outlining functions such as intermediate-speed and maximum-speed limiting, design types and methods of operation. Nozzles and nozzle holders, important components of the fuel injection system, are also explained. The chapter on workshop technology describes the tests and adjustments that are performed on fuel injection systems. (Color; 144 pages)
Bosch No. 1 987 722 137
ISBN No. 3-934584-68-3
Year(s) 2003
Language English
Availability 4 in stock

Emissions Control Technology for Diesel Engines

Booklet describes the principles of minimizing pollutants inside and outside the engine. Systems for exhaust gas treatment will be described – particulate filter, selective catalytic reduction, NOx storage catalyst, and diesel oxidation-type catalytic converters, as well as control strategies by means of engine and exhaust gas management systems. Also included are sections on electronic diesel control (EDC); fuels; exhaust gas emissions; emission control legislation; exhaust gas measuring techniques; and fault diagnostics. (Color, 133 pages)
Bosch No. 1 987 722 141
ISBN No. 3-86522-081-9
Year(s) 2005
Language English
Availability 9 in stock

Distributor Type Diesel Fuel Injection Pumps

Deals with the design and construction of port-controlled and solenoid-valve-controlled distributor injection pumps and how their components interact within the system. The section on workshop technology provides insight in testing and tuning these fuel injection systems. (Color; 133 pages)
Bosch No. 1 987 722 144
ISBN No. 3-934584-65-9
Year(s) 2003
Language English
Availability 6 in stock

Automotive Networking

This publication starts by explaining the basic principles of networking and uses several examples to demonstrate the need for networking in modern vehicles. It contains all the essential information on the networking of electronic automotive systems and describes the most important bus systems. This booklet describes network topology; network organization; OSI reference model; cross-system functions; requirements and classification of bus systems; applications in the vehicle; coupling of networks; examples of networked vehicles; bus systems: CAN BUS, LIN bus, Bluetooth, MOST bus, TTP/C, FlexRay, diagnosis interfaces; and architectural methods of electronic systems. (Color, 119 pages)
Bosch No. 1 987 722 147
ISBN No. 978-3-86522-303-6
Year(s) 2007
Language English
Availability 10 in stock

Hybrid Drives, Fuel Cells and Alternate Fuels

The use of fuel cell vehicles lies in the future. These vehicles do not have an internal combustion engine and thus do not use diesel fuel or gasoline. The drive power is provided by an electric motor alone. Fuel cells, which run on hydrogen as the fuel, supply the electric motor with electrical energy. This enables the vehicle to run locally without emissions. Hybrid drives, fuel cell vehicles and alternative fuels will be discussed in this booklet. (Color; 95 pages)

  • Hybrid configurations, operating strategies and system components
  • Fuel cell system for the vehicle drive
  • Manufacture, application and criteria for utilization of alternative fuels
  •      $5.00
    Bosch No. 1 987 722 152
    ISBN No. 978-3-86522-437-8
    Year(s) 2008
    Language English
    Availability 9 in stock

    Diesel Fuel Injection Systems-Unit Injector System & Unit Pump System

    This book describes the individual system areas of Unit Injection Systems and Unit pump Systems and explains how they work: fuel delivery in the low-pressure stage, high-pressure generation in the unit injector and in the unit pump, and regulation of fuel injection by Electronic Diesel Control (EDC). Significant correlations between the fuel injection system and the creation of emissions and basic fault diagnosis options are also explained.
    Bosch No. 1 987 722 172
    ISBN No. 3-86522-104-1
    Year(s) 2006
    Language English
    Availability 10 in stock

    Automotive Handbook

    The most important subjects relevant to automotive engineering have been compiled in this compact, easily understandable and relevant reference book.

    Many subjects have been newly incorporated into the 9th Edition, including driver-assistance systems. In order to clearly bring out the essential character of the Automotive Handbook, the chapters on the basic scientific principles of automotive engineering have been revised and adapted to the latest automotive engineering requirements. New additions include the chapter on Chemistry and the chapter on Mathematics. The handbook has been revised, expanded and updated to make the contents even more understandable to the reader.

    Contents – central themes
  • Physics, thermodynamics, chemistry, mathematics, materials, operating fluids, machine parts, joining and bonding techniques.
  • Internal combustion engines, engine cooling, air-intake systems, turbochargers and superchargers, exhaust-gas system
  • Emission-control and diagnosis legislation, exhaust-gas measuring techniques
  • Management for spark-ignition engines, manifold injection, gasoline direct injection, alternative gasoline-engine operation
  • Management for diesel engines, common rail, start-assist systems
  • Hybrid drives, fuel cell
  • Fundamentals of vehicle engineering, motor-vehicle dynamics, vehicle acoustics, vehicle aerodynamics
  • Suspension, wheel suspension, wheels, tires, steering, brake systems
  • Antilock braking system, driving-dynamics control system
  • Vehicle bodies, lighting equipment
  • Vehicle electrical systems, starter batteries, drive batteries, electrical machines, alternators
  • ECU, automotive networking, buses, architecture of electronic systems, sensors
  • Driver-assistance systems, computer vision, Adaptive Cruise Control
    (Handbook - Black & White; 1,550 pages)
  •      $30.00
    Bosch No. 1 987 723 101-9
    ISBN No. 978-0-7680-8152-7
    Year(s) 9th edition - 2014
    Language English
    Availability Out Of Stock
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