American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers


Off-Road Vehicle Engineering Principles



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DEVELOPMENT OF OFF-ROAD VEHICLES
Citation:    Development of off-road vehicles. Chapter 1 in Off-Road Vehicle Engineering Principles, 1-18. St. Joseph, Mich.: ASAE.  (doi: 10.13031/2013.13675)
Authors:   Carroll E. Goering, Marvin L. Stone, David W. Smith, Paul K. Turnquist
Keywords:   Tractor, History, Off-Road Vehicles, Some Global Variations in Tractors, Functions of Off-Road Vehicles, Sources of Energy, Energy Conversion Devices, The Future Engine, Trends in Tractor Design, Engineering Standards
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ENGINE PERFORMANCE MEASURES
Citation:   Engine performance measures. Chapter 2 in Off-Road Vehicle Engineering Principles, 19-36. St. Joseph, Mich.: ASAE.  (doi: 10.13031/2013.13676)
Authors:   Carroll E. Goering, Marvin L. Stone, David W. Smith, Paul K. Turnquist
Keywords:   Tractor, Off-Road Vehicles, Power Flows in an Engine
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ENGINE AND VEHICLE TESTING
Citation:   Engine and vehicle testing. Chapter 3 in Off-Road Vehicle Engineering Principles, 37-56. St. Joseph, Mich.: ASAE.  (doi: 10.13031/2013.13677)
Authors:   Carroll E. Goering, Marvin L. Stone, David W. Smith, Paul K. Turnquist
Keywords:   Tractor, Off-Road Vehicles, Dynamometers, Measurement of Fuel Consumption, Volume-Based Fuel Flowmeter, Mass-Based Fuel Flow Rate Measurement, Measuring Fuel Consumption of CI Engines, Measurement of Air Consumption, Combustion Data Acquisition and Interpretation, Standardized Tractor Tests, Interpretation of Test Reports, Correcting Power for Atmospheric Conditions
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THERMODYNAMICS AND ENGINE CYCLES
Citation:   Thermodynamics and engine cycles. Chapter 4 in Off-Road Vehicle Engineering Principles, 57-74. St. Joseph, Mich.: ASAE.  (doi: 10.13031/2013.13678)
Authors:   Carroll E. Goering, Marvin L. Stone, David W. Smith, Paul K. Turnquist
Keywords:   Tractor, Off-Road Vehicles, A Brief Engine History, Four-Cycle Engine Analysis, Basic Thermodynamic Equations, The Otto Cycle, The Classic Diesel Cycle, The Dual Cycle, Part-Load Efficiency of SI and CI Engines, Two-Cycle Engines, Two-Cycle SI Engines, Two-Cycle CI Engines
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FUELS AND LUBRICANTS
Citation:   Fuels and lubricants. Chapter 5 in Off-Road Vehicle Engineering Principles, 75-110. St. Joseph, Mich.: ASAE.  (doi: 10.13031/2013.13679)
Authors:   Carroll E. Goering, Marvin L. Stone, David W. Smith, Paul K. Turnquist
Keywords:   Tractor, Off-Road Vehicles, Crude Oil Refining, Combustion and Exhaust Emissions, Ideal Combustion
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ENGINE DESIGN
Citation:   Engine design. Chapter 6 in Off-Road Vehicle Engineering Principles, 111-130. St. Joseph, Mich.: ASAE.  (doi: 10.13031/2013.13680)
Authors:   Carroll E. Goering, Marvin L. Stone, David W. Smith, Paul K. Turnquist
Keywords:   Tractor, Off-Road Vehicles, General Considerations, Engine Timing, Firing Orders, and Intervals, Engine Balance
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COMPRESSION-IGNITION ENGINES
Citation:   Compression-ignition engines. Chapter 7 in Off-Road Vehicle Engineering Principles, 131-162. St. Joseph, Mich.: ASAE.  (doi: 10.13031/2013.13681)
Authors:   Carroll E. Goering, Marvin L. Stone, David W. Smith, Paul K. Turnquist
Keywords:   Tractor, Off-Road Vehicles, Comparison of CI and SI Engines, Types of CI Combustion Chambers, Precombustion Chambers, Swirl Chambers, Energy Cells, Direct Injection, Conventional Fuel Systems for CI Engines, In-Line Injector Pumps, Delivery Valve Action, Distributing Injector Pumps, Timing Fuel-Injection Pumps, Conventional Fuel-Injection Nozzles, Testing Conventional Fuel-Injection Nozzles, Bleeding Conventional Injection Systems, Mechanically Controlled Unit Injectors, Electronic Fuel Injection Systems, Electronically Controlled Unit Injectors, Hydraulic-Electronic Unit Injection Systems, Common-Rail, Electronic-Injection Systems, Diesel Combustion and Smoke, Starting CI Engines
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INTAKE AND EXHAUST SYSTEMS
Citation:   Intake and exhaust systems. Chapter 8 in Off-Road Vehicle Engineering Principles, 163-186. St. Joseph, Mich.:  (doi: 10.13031/2013.13682)
Authors:   Carroll E. Goering, Marvin L. Stone, David W. Smith, Paul K. Turnquist
Keywords:   Tractor, Off-Road Vehicles, Air Cleaners and Intake Manifolds, Exhaust Manifolds, Mufflers, and Spark Arrestor, Supercharging an Engine, Air Consumption and Air-Delivery Ratio, Turbocharger, Selecting a Turbocharger for an Engine, Turbocharger Operation, Altitude Compensation, Intercoolers, Turbocharging and Engine Families
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COOLING SYSTEMS
Citation:   Electrical and electronic systems. Chapter 10 in Off-Road Vehicle Engineering Principles, 205-254. St. Joseph, Mich.: ASAE.  (doi: 10.13031/2013.13683)
Authors:   Carroll E. Goering, Marvin L. Stone, David W. Smith, Paul K. Turnquist
Keywords:   Tractor, Off-Road Vehicles, Heat Loads, Water Cooling, Water Flow, Radiator Design, Airflow, Coolants, System Considerations, Air Cooling, Heat Loads
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ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS
Citation:   Electrical and electronic systems. Chapter 10 in Off-Road Vehicle Engineering Principles, 205-254. St. Joseph, Mich.: ASAE.  (doi: 10.13031/2013.13669)
Authors:   Carroll E. Goering, Marvin L. Stone, David W. Smith, Paul K. Turnquist
Keywords:   Tractor, Off-Road Vehicles, Electrical Systems, Functiona Elements of Electrical Systems, Batteries, Starting Systems, Fuel Control Systems, Lighting, Power Distribution, Electronic Systems, Electronic Control Units, Sensors, Controller Area Networks, SO 11783 Overview, Components Design Strategies for Implementation of ISO 11783, Fault Management, System Environmental Concerns, Electromagnetic Compatibility
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HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS
Citation:   Hydraulic systems. Chapter 11 in Off-Road Vehicle Engineering Principles, 255-302. St. Joseph, Mich.: ASAE.  (doi: 10.13031/2013.13670)
Authors:   Carroll E. Goering, Marvin L. Stone, David W. Smith, Paul K. Turnquist
Keywords:   Tractor, Off-Road Vehicles,2 Basic Principles of Hydraulic Systems, Standard Symbols, Hydraulic Pumps, Gear and Vane Pumps, Axial Piston Pumps, Pump Seal Protection, Pump Delivery, Pump Torque, Pump Power, Pump Efficiencies, Hydraulic Actuators, Hydraulic Motors, Hydraulic Cylinders, Hydraulic Orifices, Hydraulic Valves, Pressure Control Valves, Volume Control Valves, Directional Control Valves, Hydraulic Lines, Filters, Reservoirs, Accumulators, Coolers, and Fluids, Hydraulic Lines, Filters, Reservoirs, Hydraulic Accumulators, Oil Coolers, Hydraulic Fluids, Types of Hydraulic Systems, Open-Center Systems, Pressure-Compensated Systems, Load-Sensing Systems, Introduction to Transient Analysis of Hydraulic Systems,Mechatronics and System Control, An Introduction to Mechatronics, System Control
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DRIVE TRAINS
Citation:   Drive trains. Chapter 12 in Off-Road Vehicle Engineering Principles, 303-350. St. Joseph, Mich.: ASAE.  (doi: 10.13031/2013.13671)
Authors:   Carroll E. Goering, Marvin L. Stone, David W. Smith, Paul K. Turnquist
Keywords:   Tractor, Off-Road Vehicles, Friction Clutches and Brakes
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TRACTION AND TRANSPORT DEVICES
Citation:   Traction and transport devices. Chapter 13 in Off-Road Vehicle Engineering Principles, 351-382. St. Joseph, Mich.: ASAE.  (doi: 10.13031/2013.13672)
Authors:   Carroll E. Goering, Marvin L. Stone, David W. Smith, Paul K. Turnquist
Keywords:   Tractor, Off-Road Vehicles, Basic Principles of Hydraulic Systems
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CHASSIS MECHANICS
Citation:   Chassis mechanics. Chapter 14 in Off-Road Vehicle Engineering Principles, 383-420. St. Joseph, Mich.: ASAE.  (doi: 10.13031/2013.13673)
Authors:   Carroll E. Goering, Marvin L. Stone, David W. Smith, Paul K. Turnquist
Keywords:   Tractor, Off-Road Vehicles, Simplifying Assumptions, Equations of Motion, Static Equilibrium Analysis: Force Analysis, Static Equilibrium Analysis: Maximum Achievable Drawbar Pull Longitudinal Stability, The Tractor as a Two-Degree-of-Freedom Vibratory System, Transient and Steady-State Handling, Lateral Stability in a Steady-State Turn, Center of Gravity Determination, Moment of Inertia Determination
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HUMAN FACTORS AND SAFETY
Citation:   Human factors and safety. Chapter 15 in Off-Road Vehicle Engineering Principles, 421-462. St. Joseph, Mich.: ASAE.  (doi: 10.13031/2013.13674)
Authors:   Carroll E. Goering, Marvin L. Stone, David W. Smith, Paul K. Turnquist
Keywords:   Tractor, Off-Road Vehicles, The Operator-Machine Interface
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