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American Journal of Mechanical Engineering. 2017, 5(4), 138-144
DOI: 10.12691/ajme-5-4-4
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Study of Recent Manufacturing Trends towards Smart Automobile Vehicle

Awadhesh Kumar Yadav1, and Suresh Kumar Gigoo2

1Department of Mechanical Engineering

2Rajarshi Rananjay Sinh Institute of Management and Technology, Amethi U.P India

Pub. Date: July 08, 2017

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Awadhesh Kumar Yadav and Suresh Kumar Gigoo. Study of Recent Manufacturing Trends towards Smart Automobile Vehicle. American Journal of Mechanical Engineering. 2017; 5(4):138-144. doi: 10.12691/ajme-5-4-4

Abstract

This chapter describes these themes and thereby the current situation in the manufacturing landscape the current manufacturing industry is already transforming changing social mindset and government aim for sustainable production. This general trend is accompanied by globalization, increasing competition and changing markets, which manufacturing companies need to cope with. Next to these general trends the developments on ‘Lean Manufacturing’, ‘TQM’ and ‘Logistic innovations’ are more and more accepted supported by the ongoing acceptance of Information and Communication Technology ‘ICT’. As mentioned this ICT developments are more and more visible in the inbound and outbound logistics of companies. Nowadays the manufacturing companies of Current time even cannot function without ICT guided logistics. Significant technological development has taken place, changing and reinventing how motor vehicles have been produced in the last 79 years. The manufacturing processes are now adopted to play greater role towards developments as aesthetical, aerodynamic, ergonomically comfortable design, with low periodic break down, highly fuel efficient and least pollution emitting motor vehicles. The complete process lines are almost undergoing automation to ensure quality, durability and cost effectiveness, resulting better future by way of sustainability of energy as well as adding to Fuel Saving & release of low emission to reduce Health hazards & Ecological imbalances. Since the fast depletion of fossil fuel has now a day become worldwide problem and technology has generally led to a greater use of hydrocarbon fuels for about 150 years, thus the decrease in supply of fossil fuel is making civilization vulnerable. The use of large number of vehicles for transport is also contributing to about 70% of total air pollution. In India vehicular pollution has also reached 8 times than it was 20 years before. Currently India is the fifth country which produces higher rate of emission and creating environmental & ecological imbalance after rating of USA, China, Russia & Japan. The world wide researches are going on and Japan has taken leading role for development of automobile vehicles at large. This paper covers the history of technological developments, use of CAD / CAM in designs, use of modern techniques for manufacturing processes & unconventional machining processes for vibration free, low noise and most balanced engines, use of sensor devices, development of alternative fuel efficient & low pollution automobile engines, tapping all other non conventional energy sources to develop fuel cell, battery operated, photocell and compressed air motor vehicles for future.

Keywords:
fossil-fuel pollution fuel-efficient motor vehicles smarts materials latest technologies

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