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    getter but actually and simply it’s an energy converter that energy from a gas tank or battery and puts it to use through mechanical energy which then turns into kinetic energy to move the car from A to B. In the world of automobiles, we have many ways to categorize cars some of them include, the size the shape the cost company manufacturing country and one of the biggest differences is gas electric and hybrid vehicles. Electric vehicles are also called BEVs short for battery electric vehicles.…

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    something breaks and needs repaired. It is time to revolutionize the automotive industry and fix all of these problems and more. There is one type of car that can do that: electric cars. It is time to move to electric cars, because they have lower operating and maintenance costs, have higher performance…

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    Authors: Wayne Tsang Abstract—Electric vehicle (EV) have obtain a positive response from the people due to the environmental-friendly factors. However, Electric vehicle powered has not yet being commercially because of power efficient, reliability and also high production cost. I. LITERATURE REVIEW: Electric Vehicles are zero emissions and higher energy efficiency much environmental friendly than the conventional petrol and diesel vehicle. However, the electric vehicle has a smaller energy…

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    Many people believe that electric vehicles are not better than gas vehicles. Even though electric vehicles are more superior, gas vehicles can be exceptional. Gas vehicles can be more exceptional than electric vehicles because electric vehicles have a limited range. Most electric vehicles go at least 80-100 miles of driving while gas vehicles go farther. The scary part of driving an electric vehicle is that if you run out of fuel while you are in the middle of nowhere. Another problem that…

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    society of the negative environmental impact humans play in the world. Concerns of being more “green” are looked at more today than ever before. Harmful emissions from vehicles, drilling for oil and gas, and hydraulic fracking are just some of the ways humans are harming the environment. How much punishment can Mother Nature take? How long until there are irreversible effects to the environment? What if there were no harmful emissions put out by vehicles? What would happen in a world where oil…

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    The Upcoming of Electric Vehicles Nearly 28 percent of the energy consumption within the United States originates from the transportation industry. Personal Vehicles consume more than 60 percent of the energy used for transportation (Source). Due to the rising prices of oil in the US, many Americans have been cautious on their oil consumption. Many people have even resorted to buying smaller, more fuel-efficient vehicles. The Government even offers extra Tax incentives to consumers who…

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    numerous health complications. Places like China, Pakistan, Iran, and even the United States have experienced smog. Companies are beginning to see the real issue of pollution coming from vehicles. Tesla is one of the companies that has begun to come up with a solution to help with this problem. Tesla has produced an environmentally friendly car that releases zero emissions into the air. By using electricity and batteries, Tesla was able to produce an effective solution to help combat air…

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    When you think of electric cars, do you think of a toy remote control car or a high end Tesla? As far as transportation goes, the first practical electric car was made in 1884 London. They would go on to make up approximately a third of vehicles on the road in the early 1900s. They quickly faded from roadways however, due to advances in the internal combustion engine. These Electric vehicles would not begin to return to prominence until the 1990s. The first widely successful electric vehicle in…

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    Electric cars are better than gasoline powered vehicles because there maintenance is low cost. Brad Berman explains that, “The common assumption is $0.12 a kilowatt-hour for electricity and about $4.00 a gallon of gasoline”(“Total Cost of Ownership of an Electric Car” par.4). In other words, there is 1,000 watts in a kilowatt for one hour. Gasoline is very expensive, but to charge the battery of an electric vehicle is far less inexpensive than gasoline. Charging the battery for an electric…

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    Electric Vehicle Decline

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    Electric cars have been around since the 1830’s, but saw a major decline during the 1900’s when the Model T was introduced and mass produced killing any hope for electric cars until now[]. As we all know electric vehicles run off batteries becoming more environmental friendly. Figure A shows a general outline of what an Electric vehicle consists of. Electric motors get there power from a controller, while the controller gets its power from rechargeable batteries. Batteries come in many different…

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