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Course Curriculum

Engines
EE1.1 Car Engines 00:00:00
EE1.2. Gasoline Vs. Diesel Explained 00:00:00
EE1.3. Two Strokes Engine Explained 00:00:00
EE1.4. Engines Layouts – Explained (V6, 16, V8, W12) 00:00:00
EE1.5. Rotary Engines 00:00:00
EE1.6. Horsepower Vs. Torque 00:00:00
EE1.7. Compression Ratio 00:00:00
EE1.8. Octane Rating Explained 00:00:00
Engine Components
EE2.1 DOHC vs SOHC vs OHV 00:00:00
EE2.2 – Carburetors 00:00:00
EE2.3 Fuel Injection Explained 00:00:00
EE2.4 Ignition Systems – Explained 00:00:00
EE2.5 Starting a Car 00:00:00
EE2.6 Flywheel 00:00:00
EE2.7. Radiators 00:00:00
Clutches / Torque Converters
EE3.1 Torque Converter 00:00:00
EE3.2 : Clutches 00:00:00
EE3.3 Multi-Plate Clutches 00:00:00
Transmission
EE4.1 Automatic vs Manual Transmission – Explained 00:00:00
EE4.2 : Car Gears 00:00:00
EE4.3 First Gear Torque 00:00:00
EE4.4 Dual Clutch Transmissions 00:00:00
Drivetrain Layouts
E5.1 Front Wheel Drive – FWD – Explained 00:00:00
EE5.2 Rear Wheel Drive – RWD 00:00:00
EE5.3 Ackerman Steering 00:00:00
EE5.4: 4WD – Four Wheel Drive 00:00:00
EE5.5 Transfer Case 00:00:00
EE5.6 : AWD Cars – All Wheel Drive – Explained 00:00:00
EE5.7 : Open vs Locked Differential 00:00:00
EE5.8 Car Steering – Rack and Pinion 00:00:00
Suspension
EE6.1 Camber 00:00:00
EE6.2 Caster 00:00:00
EE6.3 Toe-in and Toe-out 00:00:00
EE6.4 steering axis inclination 00:00:00
EE6.5 How suspensions work 00:00:00
EE6.6 MacPherson struts 00:00:00
EE6.7 Double Wishbone Suspension – Explained 00:00:00
EE6.8 Solid Axle Suspension Explained 00:00:00
EE6.9 Pushroad Suspension 00:00:00
EE6.10 Pull Rod Suspension 00:00:00
EE6.11 2015 Ford Mustang – IRS vs Live Axle 00:00:00
Brakes & Safety
EE7.1 Disc Brakes 00:00:00
EE7.2 Drum Brakes 00:00:00
EE7.3 Anti-Lock Break System 00:00:00
EE7.4 Stability Control 00:00:00
EE7.5 Traction Control 00:00:00
EE7.6 Braking System 00:00:00
Forced Induction
EE8.1 Purpose of Turbocharger 00:00:00
EE8.2 How Turbochargers Works? 00:00:00
EE8.3 Turbo Lag 00:00:00
EE8.4 Turbocharger Deactivation Concept 00:00:00
EE8.5 Superchargers 00:00:00
EE8.6 Centrifugal Superchargers 00:00:00
EE8.7 Twin-Screw Superchargers 00:00:00
Special Automotive Topics
EE9.1 Nissan GT-R – Engineering Excellence 00:00:00
EE9.2 Traction Circle – Explained 00:00:00
EE9.3 KERS Explained 00:00:00
EE9.4 Cylinder Deactivation 00:00:00
EE9.5 HEMI Engine 00:00:00
EE9.6 Tailgate Up or Down – Explained 00:00:00
EE9.7 Why Are Convertible Cars Heavier? – Explained 00:00:00
Formula 1 Car Concepts
EE10.1 Formula 1 Concepts 00:00:00
EE10.2 Front Wing – Formula 1 – Explained 00:00:00
EE10.4 Pullrod Suspension 00:00:00
EE10.5 Formula one Brakes 00:00:00
EE10.6 Formula one Diffuser 00:00:00
EE10.7 Drag Reduction System 00:00:00
EE10.7 Drag Reduction System 00:00:00
EE10.8 F1 Engines Explained 00:00:00
EE10.9 Average Piston Speed 00:00:00
EE10.10 Formula One Radiator Technique 00:00:00
EE10.11 Sequential Gearbox 00:00:00
EE10.12 F1 steering wheel 00:00:00
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  • Automotive Engineering for Competition – BAJA SAE Virtuals

    Outstanding! 5

    They were not kidding when they said the course was "demanding". I spent at least 2 hours daily working on the course and this course week took me a month to complete. The problem sets are designed in such a way that one is forced to read and do further research to accomplish them. The sense of satisfaction I gained from completing each problem set was tremendous and even though the learning curve is steep (to say the least), I am now comfortable in my understanding of the basics of Automotive. I guarantee you will be pulling your hair out sometimes if you take this course, but you will have tremendous fun most of the time and the sense of accomplishment is exhilarating!
    Prateek Jain
  • Automotive Engineering for Competition – BAJA SAE Virtuals

    Well Arranged Course 5

    Helped a lot :-)
    Adithya Vinod
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