Category Archives: Automobile Engineering

Advanced Battery Storage Technology | Ultra Capacitor Battery Storage unit | Barium-Titanate Insulator

For decades, battery storage technology has been a heavy weight on the back of scientific innovation. From cell phones to electric vehicles, our technological capabilities always seem to be several steps ahead of our ability to power them. Several promising new technologies are currently under development to help power the 21st century, but one small start-up looks especially well positioned

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New Battery Technology | Complete Recharge Within One Minute | Fast Recharge Batteries | 3D Batteries | 3D Film Technology

Of all the criticisms of electric vehicles, probably the most commonly-heard is that their batteries take too long to recharge – after all, limited range wouldn’t be such a big deal if the cars could be juiced up while out and about, in just a few minutes. Well, while no one is promising anything, new batteries developed at the University

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Kinetic Energy Recovery System | KERS | Formula One (F1) KERS | How It Works

The introduction of Kinetic Energy Recovery Systems (KERS) is one of the most significant technical introductions for the Formula One Race. Formula One have always lived with an environmentally unfriendly image and have lost its relevance to road vehicle technology. This eventually led to the introduction of KERS. KERS is an energy saving device fitted to the engines to convert

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How Fuel Cells Work

An electrochemical reaction occurs between hydrogen and oxygen that converts chemical energy into electrical energy. Think of them as big batteries, but ones that only operate when fuel—in this case, pure hydrogen—is supplied to them. When it is, an electrochemical reaction takes place between the hydrogen and oxygen that directly converts chemical energy into electrical energy. Various types of fuel

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Fuel Cell Car | How Fuel Cell Works | Detail Explanation of Fuel Cell Parts

Fuel Cell Stacks This is the heart of the hydrogen fuel cell car—the fuel cell stacks. Their maximum output is 86 kilowatts, or about 107 HP. Because hydrogen fuel cell stacks produce power without combustion, they can be up to twice as efficient as internal combustion engines. They also produce zero carbon dioxide and other pollutants. For more information on

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Super Charger | Super Chargers for Car or Truck | Introduction to Supercharger

Engines combust (burn) fuel and use the energy of that combustion to do work. The more fuel that is combusted in any given time then the more energy is available to carry out the engines task. Fuel requires air (or the oxygen contained within air) to burn so if there isn’t enough air mixed with the fuel it will not

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