My prototype has two functions in one: protect yours car door from being hit by other cars doors or by a shopping cart. It is novel because it will come handling to put on and will be at low cost and safe. It make you be kind to other cars in a small parking lot at the time to get out of your car so you don’t bend or scratch other vehicles. It can be produced on a large scale because of the ease of the material and because it can be made to a standard measure that can fits all types of vehicles, it can also be customized for each vehicle brand as the owner decides.
This will ...
We identified the growing market of electric scooters, that lead us to believe, that there was a great opportunity to grow on this market, not only by creating another scooter but by trying to create something new and innovative; in a market that doesn´t seem to ...
This design is for an aerodynamic drag reduction device. This device works by producing a small powerful vortex near the boundary layer of a vehicle's body. This then adds momentum to the boundary layer, allowing for the air to stay attached to a surface longer. This attached airflow, then flows in the air void at the rear of a vehicle, reducing the drag.
While this idea of using vortex generators to reduce drag has been explored before, the designs for these other devices have not been effective enough to be commonly used in the automotive industry. However, the design that we have developed has been able to be 2-3 times as effective as these other vortex generator designs.
Illustrations by Nicholas Fischer | email@nicholasfischer
Concept: Pickup trucks will be more aptly named once they actually pick up their load.
This product is designed to ease the physical burdens of loading heavier cargo into the bed of an otherwise standard pickup truck. It is intended as a factory-installed insert for the back of a standard light truck.
It would be sold as a dealer-option for general consumer truck-buyers as well as anyone who relies on their pickup truck to haul light loads commercially.
How it works:
The standard tailgate is reconfigured to open laterally, allowing a fork attached to a steel space-frame to slide along a pair of tracks and ...
The conventional wisdom says that is crazy.
Why would you replace a low density material with a higher density material? We just spent years and money converting parts from iron to aluminum. We are still working to do that. Why would you convert steering knuckles or other components back? Are you guys just nuts?
The problem with aluminum is that it is weaker. Therefore even with low density, you need more of it to distribute a load. Compared to iron or steel, you need the aluminum to be about 4 times as thick. It is well established that when taking into consideration both density and material ...
Hello! It hurts me to see people die in car accidents. Sometimes there is a fire in an accident. And inside the car there are people. They can't open the door to get out. And unfortunately, they die inside the car. Because of this, I came up with such a rescue hatch. This rescue hatch does not deform in an accident. Because it is made from a steel material.You can always open it from the inside. And I hope that people can escape through this rescue hatch during a car fire! (I do not know English, unfortunately. I am writing with the help of Google ...
The proposed “Urban fly and ride taxi system” is composed by:
Flying modules, that are multicopters having propulsion pods, each with one or two (in tandem configuration) electric motors, each motor driving a single or multibladed rotor. They are equipped with battery and or fuel cell power packs, and a control unity being capable of flying in autonomous, programmable or fly by wire control modes.
Riding modules, that are multi wheeled ground vehicles with electric or hybrid propulsion, having central or inside wheels electric motors. They are equipped with battery and or a fuel cell power packs, and a control unity being capable of driving in road and cities, in autonomous, programmable, or in drive by wire control modes....
Inefficient capture, storage, and use of a vehicle’s kinetic energy (KE).
Specific issues include:
A. CAPTURING & STORING A VEHICLE'S KINETIC ENERGY:
Vehicles that experience frequent stop-and-start conditions have massive kinetic energy losses.
B. BATTERY TECHNOLOGY:
Batteries can supply current (discharge) at a far higher rate than they can absorb current (recharge).
C. TRACTION MOTOR USED AS A DYNAMO:
When a vehicle stops, its traction motor cannot function as a dynamo.
D. VEHICLE WEIGHT:
For a given velocity, light vehicles have less kinetic energy than heavy vehicles.
A. CAPTURE and STORE a VEHICLE'S KE as ANGULAR KE and ANGULAR MOMENTUM:
1. Vehicle's KE is captured and stored in sandwiched pairs of counter-rotating flywheels ...
Passenger vehicles are the main energy consumer and major contributor of ever-increasing hazardous emissions. Transportation professionals have raised the idea of applying the green concept in various areas of transportation, including green highways, green vehicles and transit-oriented designs, to tackle the negative impact of road transportation.
This idea is in a new dimension called the green driver to remediate urgently the existing driving assessment models that have intensified emissions and energy consumption. In this regard, this study aimed to establish the green driver’s behaviors related to fuel saving and emission reduction.
New Concept in Emission Reduction
Mapping the Skill of the Driver by VR technology on different region and Country
Mapping the Data to the connected vehicle.
Commuting in megacities is still an unsettled issue and while population increases so does the restrictions and disapproval. For example, in New York City, among other problems “traffic congestion is causing damage to economic health to the tune of $20 billion a year. That $20 billion figure comes from looking at four categories where businesses and residents are forced to spend or lose money – travel time, operating costs, excess fuel and lost revenue” according to a study conducted by HDR for the Partnership for New York City*.
By listening Gen Z talking about the future of urban mobility, all seemed to agree with “a gucci capsule that flies and behaves lit”, the Boomers somehow approved this recalling “The ...
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