Automotive Engineering

January 2019

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IN THIS ISSUE:

Pickup shocker

With the R1T, Rivian emerges as the startup most likely to build the electric vehicle all of America will want to own.

Plastics spur tech innovations

The SPE Innovation Awards recognize vehicle OEMs and their supply chains for novel material developments and applications.

A lesson in Multiphysics

OEM engineers reveal how new software from Comsol improved their modeling and analysis of EV battery performance and audiosystem
sound quality.

Heat pumps—expensive but worth it?

They add 50% to the cost of the Jaguar I-Pace climate-control system, but improved designs are indicating the cost can be recovered—whether for a Jag or an electric school bus.

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Automotive Engineering magazine is the No. 1 resource for engineers across multiple disciplines in the automotive industry. Published 10 times annually, Automotive Engineering engages decision makers who buy and specify product. Each issue includes special features and technology reports, from topics such as: vehicle development and systems engineering, powertrain and subsystems, environment, electronics, testing and simulation, and design for manufacturing.
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