Transportation & Automotive
The key challenge in designing vehicle suspension springs is primarily to cost-effectively strike a balance between vehicle ride comfort, road holding, and load carrying capacity. A Hybrid micro-composite E-like shaped spring strikes such a balance cost-effectively. Its advantages include
(1) Light weight:
It is known that usually electric vehicles named trolleybuses can circulate on ways shared by general urban traffic, but that they will have to follow imperatively the trajectory imposed by their source of energy supply, a feeder usually named catenary (dual overhead line) system.
The presented idea is a full mechanical, magnetic and electrical design of an in-wheel brushless DC outer rotor (hub) motor. The rim of any wheel would serve as the rotor, after some modifications, for the motor. Varying rims sizes yields varying power throughput.
Industry-Changing, Patented, Continuous, Highly-Automated and Efficient Manufacturing Process Yielding Benchmark Highly-Engineered Friction Composites
While there have been many technological advancements in vehicle braking systems over the years (4-Wheel Disc, Anti-Lock, Electronic Stability Control, etc.), widespread advancements in friction materials and their manufacturing processes are few. The problematic nature of today’s resin bonded metallic (“RBM”) materials (including environmental,
It is a known fact that the two basic engine types, internal combustion engine and external combustion engine are individually not very efficient, as neither of them has efficiency greater than 40%. This is because of the fact that when a fossil fuel burns,
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