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Automotive Engineering: March 2023

  • Magazine Issue
  • 23AUTP03
Published March 09, 2023 by SAE International in United States
  • English
  • The push for e-powertrain progress
    Upstarts and heavy-hitter suppliers alike are fast-tracking advances in existing e-propulsion technology - as well as radical new solutions.
  • Battle for the box
    EV battery enclosures are a hotbed of subsystem design, materials innovation and vehicle integration.
  • Returning to the SAE presidency for 2023
    Boeing veteran Todd Zarfos brings a "prudently aggressive" mindset to help advance SAE's goals in the mobility ecosystem.
  • Balancing the 'dominos' in EV thermal management
    Excessive internal valve leakage is an inefficiency that worsens upstream system inefficiencies. Effective valve design is the solution.
  • Deep breathing for EV batteries
    Optimum venting is a key to maximizing EV battery pack performance and safety. An expert offers five important design considerations.
  • Editorial
    The Ford we didn't know
  • Supplier
    A bumpy ride to the BEV future
  • BMW takes multi-modal route to manufacturing
  • Lumotive's new LCM chip underpins next-gen lidar
  • Brunswick launches all-electric marine outboard
  • Sustainability shines in Asahi's shuttle concept
  • Chevrolet unveils 2024 Corvette E-Ray hybrid
  • Mazda's 2024 CX-90 offers all-new turbo I-6, PHEV propulsion
  • Volvo's high-wire act: new EX-90
  • Q&A
    Satoki Oya, chief engineer for the fifth generation 2023 Toyota Prius, talks about radically changing the look and performance of the world's best-known hybrid - without impacting its signature efficiency.