Alternative Propulsion for Automobiles
Springer | Mechanical Engineering | September 6, 2016 | ISBN-10: 3319319299 | 336 pages | pdf | 19.83 mb
hors: Stan, Cornel
Gives an overview of solutions, advantages and disadvantages of electric cars, plug ins, hybrids and fuel cell vehicles in monographic, consistent form
Presents a detailed analysis of processes, propulsion systems and energy sources
Shows methods and solutions for the development of new propulsion systems
The book presents - based on the most recent research and development results worldwide - the perspectives of new propulsion concepts such as electric cars with batteries and fuel cells, and furthermore plug in hybrids with conventional and alternative fuels. The propulsion concepts are evaluated based on specific power, torque characteristic, acceleration behaviour, specific fuel consumption and pollutant emissions. The alternative fuels are discussed in terms of availability, production, technical complexity of the storage on board, costs, safety and infrastructure.
The book presents summarized data about vehicles with electric and hybrid propulsion.
The propulsion of future cars will be marked by diversity - from compact electric city cars and range extender vehicles for suburban and rural areas up to hybrid or plug in SUV´s, Pick up´s and luxury class automobiles.
Number of Illustrations and Tables
117 b/w illustrations, 183 illustrations in colour
Original German version was published in 4th edition in 2015 by SpringerVieweg