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The Auto Column- Automotive Industry News, Auto Websites USA

Are you looking automotive websites USA? Theautocolumn provide automotive industry news, oil and

gas prices much more...

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SDetermining Proper Oil and Filter Change Intervals:

Can Onboard Automotive Sensors Help?

In recent years, the cost of inappropriate drain

intervals to the economy, to the environment and to

car owners has received closer inspection. In the

United States, the average car owner changes

his/her oil at just less than 5,000 miles. Conversely, in Europe the average oil change interval is more

than 10,000 miles. Assuming 10,000 miles is a more optimum interval, approximately 300 million to 400

million gallons of engine oil (worth about $1.5 billion, not including labor) in the United States are

consumed unnecessarily. With increasing environmental and economic pressures, the potential waste

can no longer be easily glossed over.

There are, however, negative consequences to overextended oil drains. In diesel engines for instance,

overextended oil drain intervals have been shown to increase engine wear by more than 20 percent

with a corresponding reduction in horsepower and fuel consumption. One could safely project that

overextended drains in passenger car applications would have a similar negative outcome. This of

course presents a real dilemma to the car owner. What exactly is the correct interval? In the quest for

optimum lubrication, car owners often receive conflicting advice from vehicle owner’s manuals,

mechanics, quick-lube operators and auto parts merchants. Some of this advice is peppered with strong

admonishments for bucking conventional wisdom.

As a practical matter, we must consider a range for an oil change from around 2,000 miles to well over

15,000 miles. Most car makers generally recommend changing the oil for automobiles and light trucks

burning gasoline once a year or every 7,500 miles, whichever occurs first. For diesel engines and

turbocharged gasoline engines, the recommendation is typically a more accelerated 3,000 miles or six

months.

Diesels tend to generate much more soot and acidic combustion blow-by in the crankcase.

Turbochargers subject motor oils to high temperatures and are more prone to form engine deposits. A

turbo can spin at speeds exceeding 100,000 rpm (about the same speed as a dentist’s drill). When an

engine is shut off, the heat inside the turbo bearing housing builds from the high frictional heat and hot

exhaust gases. The oil in contact with these hot bearing surfaces can crack, forming coke (hard carbon

deposits) and hydrogen. This can lead to bearing damage.

how digital displays and voice controlled

How digital displays and voice-controlled assistants are revolutionizing drivingRediscovering the driving

experience with HMI.

Smart command center: the driver controls car functions using voice commands and a touchscreen with

haptic feedback.

Artificial intelligence in the cockpit: HMI thinks ahead and prioritizes information in real time.

A central cockpit computer controls the complete HMI.

For years, touchscreens, handwriting recognition, and gesture control have been gradually replacing

conventional mechanical buttons and switches in the car – to the detriment of road safety. After all,

controlling the navigation system, the on-board computer menu, or the radio is a distraction. At CES

2018, in Las Vegas, Bosch is showcasing smart cockpit technology that lets drivers concentrate on

driving. Eyes can be kept where they should be: on the road. ?We are uncluttering the cockpit. The more

complex the technology in modern vehicles, the simpler and more intuitive control systems need to be,?

says Dr. Steffen Berns, the president of Bosch Car Multimedia.

Surface finishing demands in South China Market

As the most prosperous city in South China and the host city of SF EXPO, Guangzhou has superior

location, adjacent to Hongkong, Macao and Taiwan and ASEAN Region, together with cities Shenzhen,

Zhuhai, Dongguan, Foshan, Huizhou, Zhongshan, Jiangmen and Zhaoqin, establishing a the most

prosperous manufacturing center in China — Pearl River Delta , which covers a wide range of surface

finishing related industries including automobile & parts, home appliance, furniture, machinery, lighting,

toy, lock, digital products, telecommunication, electronic products, PCB, hardware, and aluminum.

About Us

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digital trends, and breaking newsOur mission is to help people discover places where they can visit their

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