Automobile manufacture

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  • Petroleum products are everywhere around us. They appear in visible forms, such as gasoline, diesel, kerosene, and aircraft fuels, and in less visible forms over the entire spectrum of industry, such as automobile lubricants, greases, carbon black for truck tires, bitumen for road building, the waterproofing in house roofs, feedstock for petrochemicals, synthetic fibers, and plastics. Petroleum feedstock is used in the manufacture of white mineral oils in eye ointment, hair oils, cosmetics, petroleum solvents, and pest control sprays....

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  • The automobile industry is a fast developing industry. From the later 18th century, when the first automobile was put on road, this industry has developed tremendously. Now there are thousands of factories all over the world manufacturing numerous type of automobile. The automobile engines are also being used in engine powered machines for agriculture, construction and manufacturing processes. Various types of small engines are also being used in lawn movers, power saws, snow removers and similar equipments.

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  • The impacts of fuel consumption by light-duty vehicles are profound, influencing economic prosperity, national security, and Earth’s environment. Increasing energy efficiency has been a continuing and central objective for automobile manufacturers and regulators pursuing objectives that range from reducing vehicle operating costs and improving performance to reducing dependence on petroleum and limiting greenhouse gas emissions.

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  • Since the introduction of the first industrial robot UNIMATE in a General Motors automobile factory in New Jersey in 1961, robots have gained stronger and stronger foothold in the industry. In the meantime, robotics research has been expanding from fix based robots to mobile robots at a stunning pace. There have been significant milestones that are worth noting in recent decades.

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  • Structural changes had happened previously in U.S. history without such radical effects on cities, though they had certainly devastated some groups of workers. For example, the carriage industry in Michigan was totally replaced by automobile manufacturing, but there was little to offset the loss of automobile production in Flint. What, in fact, might replace the lost sectors and employment in these cases? Two answers suggested them- selves: services and high technology.

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  • New cars are supplied by auto manufacturers via a network of legally separate but captive retail dealerships. Whether the increased demand for high-fuel eciency cars and decreased demand for low fuel-eciency cars will show up primarily in the prices or in the market shares of new cars depends on the elasticity of the combined response in this supply chain. There are several reasons to think that supply may not be perfectly inelastic, and that therefore at least part of the response will show up in quantities.

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  • Steel mills that recycle scrap metal face a similar incidental emissions problem. North American automobile manufacturers have used hundreds of thousands of kilograms of mercury in vehicle switches and other applications, such as headlights. Much of this mercury enters the atmosphere when the scrapped cars are melted down to make new steel, while some of it contaminates the ground in the yards where the cars are crushed or shredded. Nearly all of the mercury found in cars enters the environment.

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  • The U.S. EPA has targeted wood furniture manufacturers because they are the largest industrial users of solvents in paints and coatings among original equipment manufacturers in the United States, using over twice as much solvents as automobile manufacturers. 1 Wood is coated to protect it from physical and chemical damage, and natural degradation, as well as to impart an aesthetically pleasing finish.

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  • The Policy Paper outlines the kind of devices that are currently available and their stage of development. It also presents fi gures illustrating the life-saving potential and cost-effectiveness of each new technology and the state of advancement of acceptance by policymakers, manufacturers and consumers. Efforts made by car-manufacturers to ensure the safe use of their products with respect to issues such as speed, seat-belts and alcohol are also discussed.

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  • Chapter 6: Development of automotive industries in vietnam with improving the network capability. This survey focuses on the automotive industry, especially its manufacturing network and technological capabilities. The research will also identify the internal and external factors of motivation and hindering, and that firms need to implement regular innovation and upgrading.

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  • It is difficult to claim to have an in-depth knowledge of a subject if such knowledge is restricted to the present and the recent past. Information and insights on a particular topic from the past can, in a well informed mind, be reprocessed and contribute to the topic in the present and, even more importantly, in the future. This is saying no more than Lewis Carroll’s maxim:

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  • Designing and drawing parts is an important part of any company process. However, just designing the part does not make the airplane, automobile or any other product leave the assembly line. The parts for the assemblies must be manufactured. The manufacture of three axis machine parts will be the emphasis of this course.

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  • advertising industry American advertising is a huge and powerful industry with expenditures approaching $250 billion in 2001 in the United States alone, with more than $450 billion spent worldwide. The biggest advertisers are the nation’s manufacturers of automobiles, food, soft drinks, beer, and tobacco.

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  • “Each of the following, if true, raises a consideration against the conclusion above, EXCEPT:” (Your task here is to identify the only answer choice that does NOT weaken the argument.) How to Weaken an Argument To understand how an argument by inference can be weakened, consider Argument 1 on page 319. Here it is again: Argument 1 Premise: More new Jupiter Motors automobiles were sold this year than any other brand. Premise: Jupiter Motors automobiles have the lowest sticker prices, which are the manufacturers’ suggested retail prices, of any new automobiles on the market.

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  • John Deereis the world‟s leading manufacturer of farm equipment. In the fall of 2010, the company launched a giveaways campaign, in which the prize was one of its tractors customized by a famous automobile designer. “In a departure from traditional equipment promotions, John Deere has launched its unique Big Buck customized 4020 tractor giveaway, as well as significant purchase incentives on utility tractors for customers for the end of 2009 and into 2010,” read the press releaseannouncing the campaign.

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  • Over the past several years, the automobile industry has been in a period of dramatic turbu- lence. There have been large movements in gasoline prices, taking retail prices to their highest real values ever (Energy Information Administration, Short Term Energy Outlook, January 2007). The Ford F150 pickup fell from its longstanding position as the highest selling car in the U.S. in favor of the Honda Civic (Automotive News, June 5, 2008), while GM lost its position to Toyota as the worldwide leader in new car sales (Barron's, January 21, 2009).

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  • We have combined several types of data for this analysis. Our main data contains automobile transactions from a sample of 15-20% of all dealerships in the U.S. from September 1, 1999 to June 30, 2008. The data were collected by a major market research rm, and include every new car and used car transaction within the time period for the dealers in the sample.

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  • What Ford lacked, however, was a necessary responsiveness to ever changing consumer demands. His production systems meant that he could not produce variety in his automobiles. By the end of the 1920's, therefore, competitors more oriented toward customer demands (and less towards efficiency) dominated the automobile market, and Ford’s manufacturing strategies were lost. Japanese manufacturers recovering from World War II were next to catch on to Ford’s ideals. In 1950, W. Edwards Deming pitched system- wide quality improvement concepts to Japanese managers.

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  • Rapid industrialization and the demands of munitions production in World War 1 saw the emergence of management scientists and industrial engineers such as Elton Mayo and Frederick Winslow Taylor, who studied people and productivity in factories (Kanigel, 1997). Henry Ford made production-line manufacture famous with his Model T automobile and, especially important for project managers, Henry Gantt (1861-1919), who worked for Taylor, developed his now-famous charts which are still popular and used universally today....

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