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*'''[[:Category:Automotive applications|Automotive applications]]'''
 
*'''[[:Category:Automotive applications|Automotive applications]]'''
*'''[[:Category:Automotive electronics|Automotive electronics]]''' - electronics used in the operation of
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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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# Transmission Electronics
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*'''[[:Category:Vehicle crash testing|Vehicle crash testing]]'''
 
*'''[[:Category:Vehicle crash testing|Vehicle crash testing]]'''
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simulated automobile accidents to test (a new product) for safety and reliability by finding out its breaking point under pressure, heat, etc
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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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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.
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

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simulated automobile accidents to test (a new product) for safety and reliability by finding out its breaking point under pressure, heat, etc

  • Vehicle dynamics - attributes of an automobile's behavior while it is in motion, including ride, handling, steering, braking, and traction

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