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John Fenton distils and presents the best of this research and industry practice into an easily digestible, highly illustrated, and accessible form. Drawing on the available information, the author provides a well-structured and vital reference source for all automotive engineers.
Posted November 13, 2005
As an OSU undergrad student I had the opportunity to read Advances in Vehicle Design. In this book Fenton shows the many aspects of vehicle design. ¿The book was aimed at providing vehicle design engineer with an update in vehicle and body systems.¿ I felt the book provided me with insight into the different analytical methods of vehicle design. Fenton goes into great detail in supplying the information with his extensive and detailed examples. I found it very helpful in what he had to explain such as structure and safety as well as the different vehicle developments of Mercedes and Ford. But sometimes felt the examples went into too much detail with overwhelming facts to the reader. The majority of the book was very useful and I would recommend it to those who are inspired in vehicle design.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.