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Technological University of the Philippines- Taguig Campus
Km. 14, East Service Road, South Super Highway, Western Bicutan, Taguig City

Supervised Industrial Training

Temic Automotive Phil. Inc.
Temic Building
Bagsakan Road, FTI Estate
1630 Taguig, Metro Manila

Prepared by:
Joan S. Samar
Submitted to:
Belen S. Junia

Table of Contents
Company Profile………………………………………………………1 Introduction…………………………………………………….1 The Company………………………………………………….2 Overview of the Products……………………………………..3

Detailed Description of Work…………………………………………5 Chemical Analysis Group……………………………………..5 OJT Trainee Tasks…………………………………………….5 Testing Capabilities…………………………………………....5 CAG Activities…………………………………………………11 Incoming Inspection…………………………………..11 In-Process Monitoring………………………………..15 Qualification of New Chemicals…………………….17

Failure Analysis………………………………………18

Relation of Work to Studies………………………………………….19

Values Acquired/Reinforced………………………………………...19

Conclusion…………………………………………………………….20

Temic (Telefunken Microelectronics) Automotive Phil. Inc.
Production of Electronic Components and Systems for Body & Security and Electronic Brake Systems

Company Profile
Introduction
At present, Continental Automotive Systems claim to be the international automotive industry’s leading partner. This achievement can largely be attributed to the development of two companies - Teves and Temic - whose exemplary performance and innovative skills were brought together in 2001 under one roof as part of Continental Automotive Group.

Despite their widely differing origins, the history of both companies is bound up with numerous pioneering developments and technologies, especially in the area of automotive engineering. The know-how of Teves in the field of brakes and chassis components and Temic’s specialization in electronic control units led early on to collaborative work in developing electronic braking and stabilization systems. Due to the rapid growth in the significance of electronically controlled systems in automotive engineering, the skills possessed by both companies meshed so well together that Continental’s acquisition of Temic and its merger with Teves, which had been incorporated into the Continental Group in 1998, to produce the Automotive Systems Division was an entirely logical step.

Temic Automotive Phil. Inc.
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The Company
The Automotive Systems Division of Continental AG covers the full range of systems and, with uncompromising attention to quality, specializes in the development of innovative technologies for vehicle safety applications, comfort and powertrain as well as in the networking of active and passive driving safety systems. The global presence of the Automotive Systems Division and its position as a leading partner for the international automotive industry has been significantly strengthened by the acquisition of the Motorola automotive electronics business, with effect from July 2006. The incorporation of the new business areas has expanded our product portfolio – but, most importantly, the numerous skilled employees at locations all around the globe represent a major enhancement of the development potential of the Division. We possess a unique technology pool for developing complex system solutions. In particular, the new area of telematics fits neatly into our strategy for the future with the aim of realizing an intelligent, communication-capable vehicle which, if possible, can completely prevent accidents or at least minimize the consequences of an accident both for the vehicle occupants and other road users. We develop and produce electronic and hydraulic brake, stability and chassis control systems, electronic air suspension systems, engine management and transmission control systems, sensors, driver assistance systems, telematics, body and security electronics, hybrid drives, electric motors and radiator fans. In 2006, the Automotive Systems Division can look back over 100 years of successful...
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