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Automotive electricity and electronics : concepts and applications / Boyce H. Dwiggins and Edward F. Mahoney.

By: Dwiggins, Boyce HContributor(s): Mahoney, Edward FMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Hemel Hempstead : Prentice Hall, 1996. ISBN: 0133592332Subject(s): Motor vehicles -- Electronic equipment | Motor vehicles -- Electric equipmentDDC classification: 629.254
Contents:
Unit 1. Introduction to Automotive Electricity and Electronics -- Unit 2. Electron Theory -- Unit 3. Ohm's Law -- Unit 4. Electrical Circuits -- Unit 5. Magnetism -- Unit 6. Electrical Testing -- Unit 7. Batteries -- Unit 8. Capacitance and Inductance in dc -- Unit 9. Relays, Solenoids, and Motors -- Unit 10. Electrical Power and Energy -- Unit 11. Wiring Circuits -- Unit 12. Semiconductor Devices -- Unit 13. Semiconductor Integrated Circuits -- Unit 14. Alternating Current and the Alternator -- Unit 15. Lighting -- Unit 16. Safety Systems -- Unit 17. Panel Instruments and Warning Devices -- Unit 18. Optional and Convenience Systems -- Unit 19. Comfort Systems -- Unit 20. Sensing and Conversion Devices -- Unit 21. Ignition Systems -- Unit 22. Computer Controls -- Appendix A Powers of Ten -- Appendix B Periodic Table.
Summary: The key to unlocking today's automotive technology is a clear understanding of electricity and electronics. Here are the fundamentals needed to work on the new systems and applications. Covering everything from the history of electronic applications to fundamental theory and on to troubleshooting and servicing, this text leaves no gaps in training tomorrow's technician.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Unit 1. Introduction to Automotive Electricity and Electronics -- Unit 2. Electron Theory -- Unit 3. Ohm's Law -- Unit 4. Electrical Circuits -- Unit 5. Magnetism -- Unit 6. Electrical Testing -- Unit 7. Batteries -- Unit 8. Capacitance and Inductance in dc -- Unit 9. Relays, Solenoids, and Motors -- Unit 10. Electrical Power and Energy -- Unit 11. Wiring Circuits -- Unit 12. Semiconductor Devices -- Unit 13. Semiconductor Integrated Circuits -- Unit 14. Alternating Current and the Alternator -- Unit 15. Lighting -- Unit 16. Safety Systems -- Unit 17. Panel Instruments and Warning Devices -- Unit 18. Optional and Convenience Systems -- Unit 19. Comfort Systems -- Unit 20. Sensing and Conversion Devices -- Unit 21. Ignition Systems -- Unit 22. Computer Controls -- Appendix A Powers of Ten -- Appendix B Periodic Table.

The key to unlocking today's automotive technology is a clear understanding of electricity and electronics. Here are the fundamentals needed to work on the new systems and applications. Covering everything from the history of electronic applications to fundamental theory and on to troubleshooting and servicing, this text leaves no gaps in training tomorrow's technician.

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