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    Business Listing   Motorhead Engineering - Berea, OH - Phone: (440) 891-1954

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    Helpful Definition for: Auto Engineers

    'Automotive Engineers' are professionals who are involved in the production of automobiles. Automotive engineers in Berea are responsible in carrying out each and every aspect of automobile production starting from the research to the operation and maintenance of the automotive parts. Many automotive engineers in Berea specialize in particular areas but everybody must have an overall knowledge of all the stages in an automobile production. Thermodynamics, aerodynamics, electronics, etc, are some of the areas of specialization.

    Automotive engineers in Berea are mainly involved in three main areas; namely, product or design engineering, development engineering and manufacturing engineering. Design engineering requires designing and testing a part for fulfilling all requirements. Development engineering requires organizing the attributes of the automobile, and manufacturing engineering involves the process of making the automobile.

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