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図書
Heinz Heisler
出版情報: London : Arnold, c1999  xiii, 783 p. ; 25 cm
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Preface to the first edition
Preface to the second edition
Vehicle body and chassis layout / 1:
The motor car / 1.1:
Commercial vehicles / 1.2:
Chassis construction / 1.3:
Vehicle components and their methods of attachment and location / 1.4:
Comparison of major component layouts / 1.5:
Seat location and securing / 1.6:
Seat-belt location, fitting points and operation / 1.7:
Jacks and jacking points / 1.8:
The friction clutch / 2:
The purpose of a clutch / 2.1:
Description and operation of a multi-coil spring clutch unit / 2.2:
Cushioned driven-plate with torsional vibration damper / 2.3:
Clutch operating linkage / 2.4:
Clutch faults, causes and remedies / 2.5:
Gearbox construction and operation / 3:
The purpose of the gearbox / 3.1:
Four-speed sliding-mesh and constant-mesh gearboxes / 3.2:
Rod-and-fork gear selectors / 3.3:
Spring-loaded ball or plunger and selector-rod grooves / 3.4:
The need for a gear interlocking device / 3.5:
Positive baulk-ring synchromesh unit / 3.6:
Gearbox lubrication / 3.7:
Gearbox oil-leakage prevention / 3.8:
Automatic transmission / 4:
Hydrokinetic fluid coupling / 4.1:
Hydrokinetic torque converter-coupling / 4.2:
Sprag-type free-wheel one-way clutch / 4.3:
Torque converter lock-up clutch / 4.4:
Epicycle gear train / 4.5:
Four-speed and reverse transaxle automatic transmission mechanical power flow (Nissan Primera) / 4.6:
Hydraulic automatic gear change control system / 4.7:
A four-speed and reverse simplified hydraulic control system / 4.8:
Propeller shafts, universal joints and constant velocity joints / 5:
Propeller shaft / 5.1:
Hooke's universal joint / 5.2:
Universal-joint needle-bearing lubrication / 5.3:
Propeller-shaft slip-joint / 5.4:
Series-coupled universal joints / 5.5:
Propeller-shaft vibration / 5.6:
Divided propeller shafts and their support / 5.7:
Universal- and slip-joint alignment / 5.8:
Constant velocity joints / 5.9:
Rubber universal couplings / 5.10:
The final drive and four-wheel drive / 6:
The purpose of the final-drive gears / 6.1:
Types of final-drive gearing / 6.2:
The need for final-drive differential gearing / 6.3:
Rear-axle half-shaft and hub arrangements / 6.4:
Differential lock / 6.5:
Four-wheel drive / 6.6:
Suspension, road-wheels and tyres / 7:
Semi-elliptic leaf springs / 7.1:
Rigid-axle-beam suspension / 7.2:
Independent front suspension / 7.3:
Benefits and limitations of independent front suspension / 7.4:
Construction and action of independent front suspension / 7.5:
Antiroll bars / 7.6:
Telescopic-shock-absorber damper / 7.7:
Rear suspension / 7.8:
Axle beam non-drive rear suspension / 7.9:
Rear independent suspension / 7.10:
Tandem axle leaf spring suspension / 7.11:
Rubber spring mounted on a balance-beam with leading and trailing torque-rod suspension / 7.12:
Air spring suspension / 7.13:
Road-wheels / 7.14:
Pneumatic-tyre construction / 7.15:
Legal and technical requirements when using cross- and radial-ply tyres / 7.16:
Tyre sizes and designations / 7.17:
Tyre valves / 7.18:
Safety precautions in tyre maintenance / 7.19:
Tyre inflation pressure / 7.20:
Wheel balance / 7.21:
Steering systems / 8:
Steering linkage arrangements / 8.1:
The Ackermann principle as applied to steering linkage / 8.2:
The need for front-wheel alignment / 8.3:
Front-wheel toe-in or toe-out / 8.4:
Track alignment and adjustment / 8.5:
Rack-and-pinion steering assembly / 8.6:
Steering gearbox / 8.7:
Front-wheel bearing-hub assembly / 8.8:
Independent suspension front-wheel drive hub and swivel-pin carrier assembly / 8.9:
Power-assisted steering / 8.10:
Brake systems / 9:
Single-line hydraulic braking system / 9.1:
Leading-and-trailing-shoe layout / 9.2:
Cam-operated drum-brakes / 9.3:
Wheel-cylinder shoe-expanders / 9.4:
Wedge-operated shoe-expander units / 9.5:
Shoe-adjusters / 9.6:
Hand-brake linkage and mechanisms / 9.7:
Disc and pad brakes / 9.8:
Brake master-cylinders / 9.9:
Brake bleeding / 9.10:
Vacuum-assisted brake servo-unit / 9.11:
Antilocking brake system (ABS) (Alfred-Teves) / 9.12:
Air-operated power brakes / 9.13:
Foundation brake and single-diaphragm wheel brake actuator / 9.14:
Exhaust compression brake retarder / 9.15:
Piston-engine cycles of operation / 10:
The internal-combustion engine / 10.1:
The two-stroke-cycle petrol engine / 10.2:
Four-stroke-cycle-compression-ignition (diesel) engine / 10.3:
Two-stroke-cycle diesel engine / 10.4:
Comparison of spark-ignition and compression-ignition engines / 10.5:
Engine-performance terminology / 10.6:
Compression-ratio / 10.7:
Multi-cylinder engine arrangements / 11:
The need for more than one cylinder / 11.1:
Cyclic torque and speed fluctuation / 11.2:
Merits and limitations of single-and multi-cylinder engines / 11.3:
Cylinder firing orders / 11.4:
Single-cylinder arrangement / 11.5:
In-line side-by-side twin-cylinder arrangement / 11.6:
In-line 180[degree]-out-of-phase twin-cylinder arrangement / 11.7:
Horizontally opposed twin-cylinder arrangement / 11.8:
In-line three-cylinder arrangement / 11.9:
In-line four-cylinder arrangement / 11.10:
Horizontally opposed flat four-cylinder arrangement / 11.11:
In-line five-cylinder arrangement / 11.12:
In-line six-cylinder arrangement / 11.13:
Horizontally opposed flat six-cylinder arrangement / 11.14:
In-line straight eight-cylinder arrangement / 11.15:
90[degree] 'V' twin-cylinder arrangement / 11.16:
60[degree] 'V' four-cylinder arrangement / 11.17:
60[degree] 'V' six-cylinder arrangement / 11.18:
90[degree] 'V-eight' with single-plane crankshaft / 11.19:
90[degree] 'V-eight' with two-plane or cruciform crankshaft / 11.20:
Balancing of reciprocating components / 12:
Reciprocating motion / 12.1:
Four-cylinder chain drive parallel twin countershaft secondary force balancer / 12.2:
Torsional crankshaft vibration / 12.3:
Force imposed on the piston / 12.4:
Journal bearing load considerations / 12.5:
Engine and gearbox mountings / 12.6:
Cylinder block and head construction / 13:
The cylinder block / 13.1:
The crankcase / 13.2:
Camshaft location and support / 13.3:
Cylinder-block materials / 13.4:
The cylinder head / 13.5:
Cylinder-head materials / 13.6:
Stud and set-screw threaded cylinder-block holes / 13.7:
The tightening-down of cylinder heads / 13.8:
Cylinder-head gaskets / 13.9:
Crankcase sump and baffle plates / 13.10:
Cylinder-bore liners / 13.11:
Dry cylinder liners / 13.12:
Wet cylinder liners / 13.13:
Removal and replacement of press-fit liners / 13.14:
Combustion and combustion chamber design / 14:
Spark ignition combustion process / 14.1:
Compression ignition (diesel) combustion process / 14.2:
Piston and connecting-rod assemblies / 15:
Friction and heat distribution of the piston assembly / 15.1:
Piston materials / 15.2:
Piston nomenclature and design considerations / 15.3:
Bi-metal strut position / 15.4:
Piston-ring nomenclature / 15.5:
Piston-ring action / 15.6:
Piston-ring materials and methods of manufacture / 15.7:
Piston and piston-ring working clearances / 15.8:
Piston and connecting-rod gudgeon-pin joints / 15.9:
Connecting-rod design, construction and materials / 15.10:
Connecting-rod shell liner bearings / 15.11:
Plain journal bearings / 15.12:
Crankshaft construction / 16:
Crankshaft nomenclature / 16.1:
Crankshaft proportions / 16.2:
Counterbalance weights / 16.3:
Crankshaft oil-hole drillings / 16.4:
Fan-belt pulley-to-crankshaft attachment / 16.5:
Front and rear crankshaft oil-seals / 16.6:
Flywheel-to-crankshaft attachment / 16.7:
Crankshaft materials and heat treatments / 16.8:
Crankshaft main-journal bearings / 16.9:
Valve timing diagrams, cam design and camshaft drives / 17:
Inlet and exhaust valve opening and closing periods / 17.1:
Cam profile phases and valve opening and closing periods / 17.2:
Variable valve lift and timing control / 17.3:
Camshaft chain-belt and gear train drives / 17.4:
Poppet-valve operating mechanisms / 18:
The function of the valves and their arrangements / 18.1:
Side camshaft with push-rod and rockers / 18.2:
Tappet clearance adjustment for push-rod mechanisms / 18.3:
Overhead camshaft (OHC) / 18.4:
Tappet adjustment for direct-acting mechanisms / 18.5:
Valve-actuating-gear requirements and considerations / 18.6:
Advantages and disadvantages of the various valve mechanisms / 18.7:
The poppet-valve / 18.8:
Poppet-valve operating conditions / 18.9:
Poppet-valve materials / 18.10:
Valve guides / 18.11:
Valve-seat insert rings / 18.12:
Valve-spring retention / 18.13:
Valve-rotators and spring retention / 18.14:
Valve compression return-springs / 18.15:
Automatic tappet clearance adjustment via a hydraulic element / 18.16:
Engine lubrication system / 19:
Wet-sump lubrication system / 19.1:
The mechanics of friction and lubrication / 19.2:
High-pressure oil-pumps / 19.3:
Pressure-relief-valve control / 19.4:
Oil filtration / 19.5:
Engine oil-leakage prevention / 19.6:
Dry sump lubrication system with liquid-to-liquid oil cooler / 19.7:
Crankcase emission control / 19.8:
Low oil pressure switch and warning light circuit / 19.9:
Properties and selection of engine lubricants / 19.10:
Correct maintenance of oil level / 19.11:
Oil contamination and replacement intervals / 19.12:
Cooling systems / 20:
Engine heat distribution and the necessity for a cooling system / 20.1:
Types of cooling systems / 20.2:
Heat transfer in an indirect liquid-cooled engine system / 20.3:
Comparison of air- and liquid-cooling systems / 20.4:
Thermostat-controlled cooling systems / 20.5:
Pressure radiator caps / 20.6:
Cooling systems incorporating an expansion tank / 20.7:
Antifreeze coolant solutions / 20.8:
Engine core plugs / 20.9:
Maintenance requirements of the cooling system and components / 20.10:
Cross-flow cooling system with liquid-to-liquid oil cooler / 20.11:
Air temperature sensing viscous fan coupling / 20.12:
Cooling fan relay and thermal switch circuit / 20.13:
Interior heating and ventilating system / 20.14:
Air conditioning / 20.15:
Petrol-engine carburation fuel system / 21:
Layout of a petrol-engine fuel system / 21.1:
Petrol feed pumps / 21.2:
Carburation / 21.3:
Constant choke single-barrel carburettor / 21.4:
Compound-barrel differentially operated carburettor / 21.5:
Constant-pressure or vacuum variable-choke carburettor / 21.6:
Attitude of the choke tube / 21.7:
Induction and exhaust manifolds / 21.8:
Multi-carburettors / 21.9:
Air-intake silencers and cleaners / 21.10:
Petrol engine fuel injection systems / 22:
Comparison of the various fuel supply systems / 22.1:
Bosch KE-Jetronic multipoint petrol injection system / 22.2:
Multipoint electronic petrol injection / 22.3:
Single-point electronic petrol injection system / 22.4:
An introduction to the electronic control unit / 22.5:
Diesel-engine fuel injection systems / 23:
Layout of a diesel-engine fuel system / 23.1:
Plunger-type fuel lift pump / 23.2:
In-line injection pump (CAV 'Minimec') / 23.3:
Distributor-type injection pump (CAV 'DPA') / 23.4:
Injector unit / 23.5:
Electronically controlled unit pump-injector diesel fuel injection system / 23.6:
Electronically controlled unit pump diesel injection system / 23.7:
Electronically controlled unit common-rail diesel injection system / 23.8:
Cold start starting aids / 23.9:
Diesel-fuel filtration / 23.10:
Induction/exhaust manifold-exhaust silencer and emission control / 23.11:
Induction wave ram cylinder charging / 24.1:
Supercharging / 24.2:
Exhaust manifold configurations / 24.3:
Exhaust gas emission control / 24.4:
Exhaust gas silencers (mufflers) / 24.5:
Fuel tank evaporation control / 24.6:
Air intake temperature control / 24.7:
Exhaust gas recirculation / 24.8:
Air injected exhaust system / 24.9:
Electrical wiring and lighting / 25:
Electron theory / 25.1:
Electrical units / 25.2:
Basic vehicle wiring circuits / 25.3:
Cables / 25.4:
Cable colour code / 25.5:
Cable connectors / 25.6:
Printed circuits / 25.7:
Fuses / 25.8:
Light-bulb fundamentals / 25.9:
Headlight reflectors / 25.10:
Headlight arrangements / 25.11:
Headlight cover lens / 25.12:
Classification of light-bulbs / 25.13:
Tungsten-halogen light-bulbs / 25.14:
Light-bulb location and attachments / 25.15:
Four-headlight system / 25.16:
Headlight settings / 25.17:
Coil ignition system / 26:
Ignition considerations / 26.1:
Ignition-system equipment / 26.2:
Fundamental electromagnetism definitions / 26.3:
Ignition-coil construction / 26.4:
Capacitor function and operation / 26.5:
Distributor contact-breaker construction / 26.6:
Mechanical centrifugal advance device / 26.7:
Manifold vacuum advance device / 26.8:
Ignition timing / 26.9:
Spark-plug function / 26.10:
Transistors / 26.11:
Electronic ignition control / 26.12:
Batteries, generators and starter motors / 27:
The lead-acid battery / 27.1:
Generators / 27.2:
Alternators / 27.3:
Voltage regulator / 27.4:
Dynamos / 27.5:
Starter motors / 27.6:
Electrical auxiliary equipment / 28:
Instrument panel gauges and transmitter senders / 28.1:
Direction indicators / 28.2:
Windscreen wiper systems / 28.3:
Power window winders / 28.4:
Central door locking / 28.5:
Index
Preface to the first edition
Preface to the second edition
Vehicle body and chassis layout / 1:
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出版情報: Warrendale, Penn. : Society of Automotive Engineers
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