history of hybrid vehicle

by:CTECHi     2020-04-23
Some people do think it started in the early 19 th century.
In fact, my time is longer than you think.
The beginning of the technology was thought to be in 1665, when Ferdinand Verbiest and Jesuit priests began to work out a plan to create a simple steam that could run with Mara
Then steam at 1769-
Invented the power carriage.
Although the speed of the carriage is 6 miles per hour, it is still difficult to maintain enough steam to drive long distances.
Later, when British inventor Goldsworthy Gurney made a steam and successfully completed a round trip of 85 miles in 10 minutes, it was improvedhour times.
In 1893, Moritz von Yakobi drove an electric boat on the Neva River, using a power engine of horsepower.
About that year, Robert Anderson of Aberdeen, Scotland, built the first one.
However, this brings a lot of problems, such as a limited range and battery power that is difficult to charge.
Later, David Solomon developed and improved a battery with a light electric motor in 1870, but still faced the problem of making an easy-to-charge battery.
Then, in 1879, the first electric railway was built by Dr.
Werner von Siemens
The wheel is driven by an electric motor, drawing power from the track insulated from the ground and connected to the generator.
In the same decade, in 1886, commercial investors in London were interested in developing electric taxis.
The design is driven by 28 battery-cell systems that will drive small motors.
Still, this is not used frequently.
In 1888, a company built a four-passenger car for the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, powered by a horse\'s power motor and a 24-cell battery.
That same year, Manus Volcker in Brighton, England, drove three-wheeled cars.
In 1897, the London Electric Taxi Company began to use taxis powered by 40 batteries and three horsepower motors to provide regular services to the city.
Its inventor, Walter Bercy, was later referred to as the \"bobbelsey Cab fair \".
Taxis can travel 50 miles before the battery has to be charged.
In 1897, the Pope Manufacturing Company in Hartford, Connecticut was built in more than two years.
Then, in the year after that, 1898, the world\'s first Lohner Porsche gasoline electric hybrid built by a doctor.
Ferdinand Porsche in Germany
Porsche gave aunt eul a nickname in the first series, but it was officially named Semper Vivus, meaning Porsche is always alive.
The first one can travel 40 miles by battery alone.
This is a gasoline engine that rotates at a constant speed to drive a generator that charges a set of accumulators.
The accumulator then delivers the current to the motor inside the front wheel hub.
Therefore, the drive shaft, transmission, gear, strap, chain or clutch is not required.
Thanks to rapid success, from 1902 to 1920, companies such as Krieg, Lorna Porsche and car mix produced thousands of vehicles.
Natural gas was found in Belgium in 1900.
It was developed by the Belgian manufacturer Pieper.
He introduced a three-and-a-half-horsepower engine with a small gasoline engine connected to an electric motor under the seat.
In fact, the motor is a generator that charges the battery while driving.
However, when some additional power is needed to reach the steep slope, the electric opportunity starts and powers the gas engine.
Thanks to the popularity of electric vehicle companies, in early 1904, the company built 2000 taxis and buses and set up an affiliated taxi and rental company in New York to Chicago.
In 1905, an American engineer named H.
Piper is.
His idea is to use an electric motor to assist the internal combustion engine, mainly with ice, to speed up to 25 miles per hour in 10 seconds instead of the usual 30 miles per hour.
The patent was granted three and a half years later.
By then, the engine has become strong enough to achieve this performance.
In 1910, a company called commercial manufacturing trucks eliminated demand for transmission and battery parks, a four-cylinder gas engine to power generators.
Until 1918, it was built by the Philadelphia company.
The steamboat was almost completely destroyed in 1913.
Sales fell to 6,000, compared with 180,000.
Many manufacturers who still believe they still do their best to put their products into production.
Like Cleveland\'s Baker and Chicago\'s Woods, two well-known manufacturers offer up to 35 miles per hour and achieve 48 miles of fuel efficiency.
And Woods is more expensive than gasoline competitors, and it is not so powerful, so it sells very badly.
It then sees 1920 to 1965 as a dormant period for mass production of electrical appliances.
However, technology has not disappeared, and the development of technology continues.
Many people still believe in the technology.
Technology is the answer to most global questions.
Like America in 1966.
Congress has introduced the first bill to suggest the Internet as a means of reducing air pollution.
After a long period of quiet, it reappeared on 1969.
In the same year, the GM 512 was designed to operate at a speed of less than 10 miles per hour, relying entirely on electricity.
A combination of 10 to 13 miles per hour of electricity and gas burning.
The Arab oil embargo became a huge problem in 1973.
The surge in gasoline prices has sparked new interest. The U.
S. Department of Energy tested many electric vehicles and produced by a variety of manufacturers, including Volkswagen taxis produced by Volkswagen in Wolfsburg, West Germany.
Volkswagen taxis were unveiled at auto shows in the United States and Europe.
It is a parallel configuration that allows flexible switching between a gasoline engine and an electric motor and runs 8,000 miles on the road.
Volkswagen taxis are considered to show a higher efficiency range than at any time.
In 1974, engineers Victor Walker and Charlie Rosen were part of the federal cleaning car incentive program, and they used the Buick lark body to make a prototype.
The product is tested and certified to comply with the strict guidelines of the EPA clean air vehicle program
But was rejected later.
S. motor company developed an electric truck fleet and delivered 352 electric trucks to the United States
They conducted extensive tests on US Postal Service.
Unfortunately, the project did not reach the level of success that everyone hoped.
Technology is a great help from 1976 to 1980.
Research, Development and Demonstration Act of electric and hybrid vehicles in 1976 and the United States
Congress issued 94-
One of the objectives of the law is to work with industry to improve batteries, motors, controllers and other electrical components, including 413.
GE was chosen to build a parallel car.
Toyota has built a small gas turbine generator that provides current to the motor, making it the first of its kind.
Audi launched the first-generation Audi Duo experiment in 1989.
It is based on Audi 100 Avanti Quattro. It has a 12.
A 6-horsepower electric engine that drives the rear wheel instead of the propeller shaft.
Nickel-cadmium batteries can also be used to provide energy.
Two years later, Audi launched the second-generation Duo, which is also based on the Audi 100 Avanti Quattro.
Toyota launched Prius in 1997, the exclusive product of Toyota in the Japanese market.
That year, sales of Prius reached 18,000 units, which seems to be the first large-scale product in the world.
Honda then launched Insight, a light double-door model that hit the U. S. market in 1999.
In this city, gasoline can reach 61 miles per gallon and 70 miles per gallon on the highway.
At that time, the doors of the new century had opened 2000 to technology.
Many companies and manufacturers have introduced many new products and improved their products.
On 2000, Toyota released the first four car doors listed in the United States.
Honda launched its second Honda Civic Hybrid.
Appearance and driving ability are still the same as traditional citizens in the past and now.
In 2004, Toyota released the Toyota Prius II, winning the 2004 annual car awards for Auto Trends magazine and the North American auto show.
Demand for Toyota Prius II is surprising, raising production in the US market from 36,000 to 47,000.
Many interested buyers waited six months to buy 2004 Prius.
In addition, in September of the same year, Ford released the first American and first SUV Hybrid Escape Hybrid.
The sudden increase in oil products in 2007 was a huge crisis all over the world.
Because of this, production and increase.
Many companies and manufacturers around the world have come up with many different products.
Some people even put their ordinary.
Nowadays, many taxis in the Philippines are using self-driving cars as a substitute for transporting fuel or liquefied petroleum gas as a power gasoline.
This development does help a lot of people who have problems with the rise in oil prices, become the answer to the rise in oil prices, the problem of air pollution.
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