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    A hybrid vehicle combines any two power(energy) sources. Possible combinations include diesel/electric, gasoline/flywheel, and fuel cell/battery. Typically one energy source is storage and other is conversion of a fuel to energy. Throughout this essay, the word ’engine’ is used to denote the gasoline or diesel engine. Further the word ‘motor’ signifies an electric motor or the motor/generator(M/G). A hybrid vehicle may consist of a gasoline engine combined with an M/G. A hybrid electric vehicle is

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    Hybrid Vehicles Vs. Electric Vehicles

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    been trying to cut back and be more efficient is through a recent technological development in the car industry. New vehicles have been created with more efficient uses of earth’s resources such as ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEV) like hybrids, and zero emission vehicles (ZEV) like hydrogen fuel cell electrics. Major breakthroughs and development of these new generation of vehicles has immensely grown in the past twenty years. When the internal combustion engine was invented, there were a lot fewer

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    Hybrid Vehicles

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    gasoline vehicles generate an extreme amount of pollutants that are harmful to the environment, which is what led to the development and 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

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    Electric motor: Serves two purposes in hybrid technology i.e., as motor and as well as generator. For example when serves as motor, used to accelerate the vehicle and when as generator, used to slow down the vehicle and return the power to the vehicle. SOC: SOC stands for State of Charge of the battery and it expresses the available in terms of Percentage of the battery rated capacity. 6. Design Parameter: The Main purpose of Hybrid electric vehicle is to convert the chemical energy from the

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    Did you know that in 2006 there were 232 million registered vehicles in the United States, alone (Cars by the Numbers). And that for every vehicle 600 gallons of gasoline are consumed each year, but wait there’s more (Cars by the Numbers). Did you know that 12,000 pounds of carbon dioxide are emitted from each vehicle in a year (Cars by the Numbers)? Global warming, high gas prices, and the gasoline shortages are some of the most highly debated issues among our society. Throughout, the years many

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    Hybrid Vehicles

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    The hybrid vehicle; the future of the automotive industry. People say it is the industry going green, the saving of the environment. Mostly because the hybrid pollutes much less than the normal all gasoline and diesel engines. People can get very sick from all the carbon dioxide from the exhaust gases that come from the car. But when you put together both the electric motor and the gasoline motor then you have less pollution. Pollution can result in the air being less dirty from all the gases that

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    Hybrid engines represent the way forward in vehicle design 1/. Ehsani et al (2009) states "Hybrid electric vehicle 's which use two power sources (a primary power source and secondary power source), have the advantages of both internal combustion engine vehicles and electric vehicle (EV) and overcomes their disadvantages.” This explains that in comparison to internal combustion engines and electric engines, hybrid engines are identified to be more efficient. This article is used because Ehsani

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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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    Brief History of Hybrid Vehicle Development First built in the early 1900s by inventors tinkering with combinations of the electric motor and the gasoline engine, hybrid vehicles were dropped when gasoline-fueled vehicles became more reliable and easier to start, and gasoline fuel more readily available. Research and development of hybrid vehicles was revived by concern about oil dependency in the1970s and about air pollution in the late 1980s. A number of hybrid vehicles have been built and tested

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    Hybrid Electric Vehicles and Their Advantages 'The HEV [Hybrid Electric Vehicle] concept goes back to 1905. On November 23 of that year, American engineer H. Piper filed for a patent on a hybrid vehicle. Piper's design called for an electric motor to augment a gasoline engine'(1, pg 2) and thus, the HEV was born. Hybrid Electric Vehicles, otherwise known as HEVs are vehicles that 'combine the internal combustion engine of a conventional vehicle with the battery and electric motor of an electric

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