Automotive engineering is about the design, manufacturing, and operation of cars, motorcycles, trucks, and other automobiles. Within automotive engineering there are a variety of sub disciplines including safety, performance, vehicle dynamics, fuel economy, cost, manufacturing, and more.
For those who want to go into automotive engineering, note that most colleges don't offer it as a major in terms of undergrad. The most common major for people to begin with is actually mechanical engineering. Then after you get your bachelor's you either go into the workforce in the automotive industry, or pursue further education specifically in automotive engineering.
While in school you will want to get as much exposure to the field by joining clubs like the society of automotive engineers so you can participate in various competitions. This will give you something to put on your resume and get you that hands on experience that is so valuable for your career.
One big area of research at the moment is self driving cars. This is where you'll see much more than just mechanical engineering working on these vehicles. People from all disciplines including electrical engineers, computer engineers, materials engineers, computer scientists, and more are needed for these projects. However, there are more areas of research that are briefly mentioned in the video beyond self driving cars.
Forbes Article: https://www.forbes.com/sites/quora/2017/06/27/what-will-mechanical-engineers-do-after-most-cars-go-electric/#459db26e6387
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dope0royalty Math is used very frequently in: algorithms, braking, drag coefficients, downforce, suspension stiffness, psi, and so many more things. I want to be an automotive designer and eventually move into performance engine design, but both of these jobs require calculations for costs, weight, momentum, aerodynamics, and Hell, even add in rear differential clutch discs. Most math is just intermediate algebra, physics, and trigonometry. Calculating quadratic curves and parabolas is also useful, as well as a decent and general knowledge in Calculus can’t hurt.
Optic500 No. You can use a computer to solve the equations but the question is, where do you get the equation from? You have to setup the equation which is where most of the knowledge of mathematics becomes critical. The formula for calculating drag can be remembered and used in a calculator, but you need accurate measurements involving things like angles, xyz axis, friction with air, material, and many more variables. An advanced knowledge in math is required because of the amount of calculations that must be done for the designing and fabrication of parts. It doesn’t work like a computer will solve anything. It’s not like I can look up “what’s the cure to cancer” much similarly to “what’s the drag coefficient of a — sized piece of — which has a gross weight of — and an angle of — relative to — “. A computer can’t reason. That is why you need advanced mathematics skills to even be considered for hire.
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Im so confused on what I want to do between automotive engineering and mechanical for cars I want to work with engines acceleration suspension and testing and shaping and aerodynamics, manufacturing too
If i want to become a car designer, regarding just the appearance of the vehicle ( although i know i 'd have to take aerodynamics and safety measures into consideration ), should i study industrial design ( which will lead up to a master on automotive design ) or automotive engineering? I need to know , next year i am planning on going to college!
wow thanks so much for this video I've been interested in automotive engineering for a while now, but had no idea of some of the factors that your video discussed. You my friend have a new subscriber now.
This video helped me out a lot, but I am still having this issue of which engineering I should take, because I really like cars (and I mean a lot), but if choose only this engineering (automotive) I would probably gonna be doomed to the automotive industry (which in a way it's ok, but what if wanna change onto another industry). And that's where it comes the other option of studying electrical engineering as it gives me more job options/offer and a more bigger area (more industry), because I also like the trend of electric cars and renewable energy sources and generation, which also may give me other abroad job offers which I am very keen of (like moving to Australia, New Zealand or Canada, to name some). But what makes me go to automotive engineering is that the stuff that you should learn seem to be much more interesting than the electrical engineering. So after all this, I want you to tell me what should I do?.
(I am from Argentina and thanks God I have both engineering's in my country)
Francisco Ariagno Hey bro, there are more jobs as a mechanical engineer than as an electrical engineer. You can get into the automotive industry, but if you don’t like it you could switch it up to aerospace or marine etc
The Epic Teenager the automotive engineering Wich I am going to study is sponsored and financed by the Volkswagen group of my country, so they are basically searching engineers for the automotive industry where you can work in any area of the industry, production, R&D, Management, etc....
I just did some online research. And to answer your question, it's pretty self explanatory. The countries with institutes that offer the best Automotive Engineering programs would be from the nations that manufacturer some of the best cars in the world! So to answer your question that would be AMERICA, GERMANY and obviously JAPAN! I've been looking into Nagoya University - Automotive Engineering. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pcxadDrz_T0
I don't know how common these things are in the US but in Germany at least we have programs that take about 60% of any given engineering major and about 60% of what people in business majors will take and teach them together. The idea is to have broad knowledge in both fields and to then primarily work in project management or quality management. Could you do a video on that, given of course, that you are familiar with similar programs!
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