These days technology keeps evolving. The electric car is yet another new way to help the environment. The electric car uses electricity instead of gasoline. In 1831, Michael Faraday came up with the theory for generating electricity. In 1838, Robert Anderson created the motorcycle. The first electric vehicle was made in 1839 but it wasn’t commercialised. Finally in 1873, Robert Davidson succeeded in making a practical electric car. At that time, changing gears was the most difficult aspect of driving gasoline cars, but with the electric car this was no longer necessary. It was also popular among woman drivers because it didn’t require a specific technique to drive. The electric car is
While previously targeted at senior citizens, ebikes have been surging in popularity in recent years with a younger demographic becoming increasingly interested in the concept of an electric bike. While traditional bicycling has been enjoyed by people of all ages for nearly 200 years, it's not difficult to see why ebikes are quickly becoming the preferred choice of transportation.
This will run on electricity and is an electric superbike. This would not only be used for daily transport purpose but also for the recreation racings.
Recently there has been a great deal of hyperactivity regarding alternate methods of energy production and energy consumption. This hyperactivity is fueled by the recent reports of climate change, and the awful draughts it has brought. Not everyone knows that one of the modern solutions to this problem is not so modern at all. The reason they don’t know this fact is that this solution nearly went extinct and stayed as such for more than half a century. This solution is the electric vehicle. Things that killed it there are many, but in essence, it killed itself.
Here starts the tale of how a (LEGEND) came to be. In 1903 William Harley along with Arthur and Walter Davidson of Milwaukee,WI began experimenting with an internal combustion engine in a small wooden shed, amazingly the shed doesn’t burn down and the motorcycle that was built in it goes over 100,000 miles under 5 owners. And that was just the beginning, soon after that first bike being built; it began to happen. A cheap reliable form of transportation was needed in the country. Henry Ford’s automobiles were a little expensive for the average family. So a niche opens up for the motorcycle. Though there was no cutting- edge technology in their design, it worked. The trio had just brought a single cylinder engine (based on a DeDion design) and tube type bicycle frame together. Painted in gloss black, that first machine was admired by friends and family - now it gets interesting.
The computer has a major role in determining on how much power the car needs from the electric motor. The electric motor gets the power back from a set of Nickel Metal Hydride batteries. The computer reclaims excess heat from the brakes and electric motor to...
The U.S. Army plans to produce electric tanks by the year 2015 with electromagnetic guns mounted on them. The all-electric tank would include electric vehicle drive and suspension and electric armaments. In this concept, the flywheel energy can be used as a flywheel battery to provide power for vehicle acceleration and regenerative braking, and will also produce electrical power for the electromagnetic armaments. This is the perfect example of how physics is still impacting the world in which we live.
Traffic Safety The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) defines aggressive driving as "the operation of a motor vehicle in a manner that endangers or is likely to endanger persons or property"—a traffic and not a criminal offense like road rage. Examples include speeding or driving too fast for conditions, improper lane changing, tailgating and improper passing. Approximately 6,800,000 crashes occur in the United States each year; a substantial number are estimated to be caused by aggressive driving. 1997 statistics compiled by NHTSA and the American Automobile Association show that almost 13,000 people have been injured or killed since 1990 in crashes caused by aggressive driving.
What initiative that people can take to drive safe in this modern world. Name Institution Richard Petty once said “You’ll got home safe, so drive safe, and stay safe.” Being a racing legend, he is an advocate for safe driving to minimise the cases of road crushes that have been on the rise. He double up as the chairman of the Veterans’ Safe Driving Initiative, the initiative is aimed at guiding the veterans returning from deployment on safe driving tips. It is necessarily important since the infrastructure has changed over time.