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  • 169pp. Published March 2020
  • Scientific Research Publishing,Inc.,USA
  • Category: Computer Science & Communications
  • ISBN: 978-1-61896-864-7
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Advances in Electromobile
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The Electromobile was an English electric car manufactured from 1901 until 1920. The product of a London company, it was offered as part of a contract hire scheme as early as 1904. From 1903 the engine was mounted on the rear axle. The design of the car changed little until after World War I; in 1919 a new model, the short-bonneted 8/13 hp Elmo electric, appeared.
Components of the Book:
  • Chapter 1
    Designing a new exhaust pipe of the cogeneration unit for the charging station for electromobiles
  • Chapter 2
    The morphological features of different Schatzker types of tibial plateau fractures: a three-dimensional computed tomography study
  • Chapter 3
    Comparison of unibody and frame body versions of ultra efficient electric vehicle
  • Chapter 4
    Implementation of vector control on electric vehicle traction system
  • Chapter 5
    High-Voltage Safety Improvement Design for Electric Vehicle in Rear Impact
  • Chapter 6
    Estimation of cost savings from participation of electric vehicles in vehicle to grid (V2G) schemes
  • Chapter 7
    Driving pattern analysis of Nordic region based on National Travel Surveys for electric vehicle integration
  • Chapter 8
    The increase of electric vehicle usage in Norway—incentives and adverse effects
  • Chapter 9
    Preheating method of lithium-ion batteries in an electric vehicle
  • Chapter 10
    Design and evaluation of a model-driven decision support system for repurposing electric vehicle batteries
  • Chapter 11
    Privacy-preserving blockchain-based electric vehicle charging with dynamic tariff decisions
  • Chapter 12
    Technology roadmap for smart electric vehicle-to-grid (V2G) of residential chargers
  • Chapter 13
    A multifunctional battery module design for electric vehicle
Readership: Students, academics, teachers and other people attending or interested in Electromobile
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