About me

Who I am

My name is János Puskás, I live in Salgótarján, Hungary. I'm an automotive engineer. I finished the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME), Faculty of Transportation Engineering (KSK) in 2007. During my studies I was allowed to work as a 'demonstrator' at the Department of Automobiles from March 2006 until June 2006. My superiors were satisfied with my work therefore I was allowed to continue my work at the Department until the State Exam (June 2007). Through this time I got experiences in research and development works. I took part in more projects of Advanced Vehicles and Vehicle Control Knowledge Center (EJJT), Knorr-Bremse and TÜV-Nord. Since I finished the University I have been working as an automitve developer engineer.

My homepage started in the middle of 2008 in order to give help for Hungarian car owners by publication of some automotive related writings (for example: deeper understanding of lubricants). Similar technical specifications, writings are rare in Hungarian therefore I hope my articles can give useable basic knowledge for the average Hungarian drivers. Later the homepage was expanded by my developments which ones are designed for my  Renault Clios (Clio Williams and Clio Mk1 1.2). The page is continually updated as my freetime permits this. I hope you like it.

János Puskás


Ongoing development: Single Degree-of-Freedom system modeller software

The vehicle suspension article series will explain how the spring and damper work together in a car. This simple software will help understand the dynamic behavior of a mass-spring-damper (SDOF) system.