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SHEQ to Shake the Car Development for Tomorrow: Part II (Infrastructural Shortfall and Growth @ Future-Cars)

Priyavrat Thareja


This 2nd part of paper attempts to reinforce the capability-ambition model proposed in former part and further proceeds to analyse options of structure, materials, design and manufacturing towards research and development of today’s technology for tomorrows cars which are paradigmed to be both cozy and green. The cars must, moreover, respond to the SHEQ paradigm for sustaining in future scenario, which remains a holistic requirement to be met. The investigation of need and motivation has been the result of a decade long analysis by this author. Based on an elaborate review of technologies, vis-a-vis the current technological revolution, a case is made for the best options to be deployed for an effective mode of personal transport of future, within the aforementioned domains of research. Based upon critical anlaysis, the need for going vertical, emerges as a didactic outcome.

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Priyavrat Thareja. SHEQ to Shake the Car Development for Tomorrow: Part II. Trends in Mechanical Engineering and Technology. 2016; 6(1): 79–95p.


Futuristic concept in car development and challenges, newer car materials and manufacturing, safety, health, environment, and quality (SHEQ)

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