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    PAPER ON THE FOLLOWING TOPIC. DEMAND VS SUPPLY OF HYBRID CARS. WHY IS THERE STILL A MARKET FOR REGULAR CARS? INTRODUCTION: A vehicle is a hybrid if it utilizes more than one form of on board energy to achieve propulsion. In practice, that means a hybrid will have a traditional internal-combustion engine and a fuel tank, as well as one or more electric motors and a battery pack. Hybrid cars are sometimes mistakenly confused with electric vehicles. Hybrids are most often gasoline-burning machines that

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    Danger or Non Danger of the Hybrid Are all hybrids truly dangerous.:Should people have hybrids for pets? Even though people thank all hybrids are dangerous. not all hybrids are dangerous . Some people thank that hybrids are monsters but they are not monsters. they thank that they should be put down because they are too dangerous. what gives the people the right to take a life of a hybrid.Hybrids,when you think of the word what comes to mind cars, birds,dogs? Hybrid is any animal or object that

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    Hybrid Cars In my basic presentation, I examined the practicality of HEVs (Hybrid Electric Vehicles), otherwise known as hybrids. The presentation gave some background about laws pertaining to emissions but at the same time was designed more to educate the consumer as to what a hybrid actually is. You do not plug it in! Current Emission Standards are confusing. At this point in time, we are at a major transition as to what will be the future of combustion vehicles. Present day standards

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    I have always wondered what Hybrid cars were all about. Especially because over the past couple of years gas prices have been at record highs. I knew that there were such things as electric cars but until this last year or so I have only seen the wealthy be able to afford to drive them. And from what I had heard about Hybrid cars was that they were over priced, small, and not so attractive cars. No wonder nobody owns them. Now I am starting to see them more often and they aren’t as bad as everyone

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    Field Experience Report Hybrid Cars The world population is increasing at a massive rate and with the increase in population growth more space is needed for building houses, roads, schools, hospitals, etc. “The world's population will rise from 6.5 billion to 9.1 billion by 2050, according to a United Nations survey released Thursday. Much of the growth will take place in the least-developed countries, where a high rate of mortality is outweighed by an even higher rate of fertility. Their current

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    The Diesel Hybrid Combustion Engine

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    The Diesel Hybrid Combustion Engine Two main types of engines powering everyday machinery are diesel and gasoline internal combustion engines. Both vary on efficiency levels, but are still effective. Diesel engines have high efficiency levels, such as producing great amount of torque at very low rpms. They are also known for their fuel-efficient behavior and capability to produce low emissions. Their capability to produce power at an efficient rate with little wear on the engine, this

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    Defining Hybrid : A vehicle is hybrid if it utilizes more than one form of onboard energy to achieve propulsion. It will have a traditional internal-combustion engine and a fuel tank, as well as one or more electric motors and a battery pack. Hybrid cars are sometimes mistakenly confused with electric vehicles. Hybrids are gasoline-burning machines that utilize their electric bits to collect and reuse energy that normally goes to waste in standard cars. Like the switch that turns off your refrigerator's

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    Hybrid cars: Abstract: A hybrid car, also known as an HEV or hybrid electric vehicle, is an automobile that is powered by two sources; an internal combustion engine, and an electric motor. HEV’s need plugs, as they are amply charged by the movement of the wheels and storing the kinetic energy that is generated through a process called regenerative braking. Cars have been accepted as a solution to the current pollution problems that we face, as they offer lower emissions than gasoline automobiles

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    popularity of hybrid vehicles. There are many types of hybrid fuels being developed and used. Three types of fuels will be compared: ethanol 85 (E85), diesel, and hydrogen. There are also human factors that play into the feasibility of manufacturing and marketing of hybrid vehicles in comparison to the existing fleet of standard gasoline powered vehicles. Hybrid electric vehicles have been around as early as the 1800s, but cost and technology were not perfected to produce a hybrid engine that would

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    Toyota Hybrid

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    Toyota: Driving the Mainstream Market to Purchase Hybrid Electric Vehicles In 1957 Toyota introduced its first vehicle to the American market, the Toyopet Crown. The small, fuel efficient vehicle had seen much success in Japan, but did not fare as well in the U.S. market. With relatively inexpensive gas available in the United States, the American consumer saw no need for a reliable, fuel efficient vehicle manufactured by a foreign auto company. In its first venture into the U.S. market Toyota

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