Advances in Electromobile
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
Meng Wang, Department of Structural Engineering, University of California ,USA

Liangliang Zhu, Columbia Nanomechanics Research Center, Department of Earth and Environmental Engineering, Columbia University, New York, USA

Daniel J. Noelle, Program of Materials Science and Engineering, University of California , USA

Chengning Zhang, National Engineering Laboratory for Electric Vehicle, Beijing Institute of Technology, Beijing, China

Mahdi Kiaee, Energy Technology Research Group, Engineering Sciences, University of Southampton Highfield Campus, Southampton, UK

James Odeck, Department of Civil Engineering and Transport, The Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway

and more...
This Book

169pp. Published March 2020

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Category:Computer Science & Communications

ISBN: 978-1-61896-864-7

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