Vehicle Design Exchange With Other Disciplinesby Donald L. Glossop,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Highway Safety Forum: Advancing Road Transportation Safety Through Better Communication and Cooperation Among the Disciplines
Abstract: Vehicle Design as one of the eight designated areas of interest or 'disciplines' includes a wide range of interests within itself. It can range from overall vehicle concepts involving sizes, configurations and purposes to the design of major subsystems such as body structures, suspension, or engines - and on to specific components such as tires, windshield wipers or steering wheels. The author suggests some particular areas of interest for those involved in Vehicle Design. Initial proposals on where vehicle designers might like to obtain information from or work together with the other 'disciplines' are made.
Subject Headings: Vehicles | Suspended structures | Engines | Vehicle-pavement interaction | Information management
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