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  • ...rong that, after a short briefing of about half an hour, they presented an alternative proposal: to construct a sports car. The result was the [[Picchio Barchetta ...of University La Sapienza of Roma. The car is powered by a parallel hybrid propulsion system with a 2.5 litre TurboDiesel LANCIA engine and a 40 kW AC electric d
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  • Internal combustion engines are most commonly used for mobile propulsion systems. In mobile scenarios internal combustion is advantageous, since it ...le and many non-mobile applications an [[electric motor]] is a competitive alternative. In the future, electric motors may also become competitive for most mobile
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  • ...es a [[steam turbine]], which drives a generator, which is then fed to the propulsion. ...r]]s, [[electrathon]]s, the aerial [[Helios Prototype]], and some [[rocket propulsion]] systems such as the [[ion thruster]].
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  • ...hicle''', or EV, is a [[vehicle]] with one or more [[electric motor]]s for propulsion. The motion may be provided either by [[wheels]] or [[propellers]] driven ...storage system ([[rechargeable energy storage system|RESS]]) and a fueled propulsion power source: [[hybrid vehicle]]
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  • Internal combustion engines are most commonly used for mobile propulsion systems. In mobile scenarios internal combustion is advantageous, since it ...le and many non-mobile applications an [[electric motor]] is a competitive alternative. In the future, [[electric motors]] may also become competitive for most mo
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  • Internal combustion engines are most commonly used for mobile propulsion in automobiles, equipment, and other portable machinery. In mobile scenari ...very power stroke. Since there are no dedicated intake or exhaust strokes, alternative methods must be used to [[scavenge]] the cylinders. The most common method
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  • ...els ranges from [[heat]] to [[cooking]] and from powering [[weapon]]s to [[propulsion]] and generation of [[Electric power|electricity]]. *[[Alternative fuels]]
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  • ==Propulsion== ...7]], followed in [[Europe]] by the 45-foot [[PS Comet]] of [[1812]]. Steam propulsion progressed considerably over the rest of the [[19th century]]. Notable deve
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  • Such groups promote the bicycle as an alternative mode of transport and emphasize the potential for energy and resource conse ...ercise bicycle]]'' remains stationary; it is used for exercise rather than propulsion.
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  • ...to secondary energy and deliver it to the interface to the outer world for propulsion purposes. This includes the utilisation of multiple power sources and non w ...ency but it is not said that the well to wheel efficiency of [[alternative propulsion]] systems are better. This refers to fuel cells with additional reformer lo
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  • * [[Alternative propulsion]]
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  • ...ve this presents itself in accurate estimation of the clamp force based on alternative EMB system sensory measurements leading to the omission of a clamp force se ...electronics based brake-by-wire system (2005) 2005 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference, VPPC, 2005, art. no. 1554615, pp. 560-566.
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  • ...cle [[propulsion]]. The HV pollutes less and uses less fuel. The different propulsion power systems may have common subsystems or components. The HV provide bett ...ation with cars also has other uses. Prior to its modern meaning of hybrid propulsion, the word ''hybrid'' was used in the [[United States]] to mean a vehicle of
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  • ...iven vehicle to [[battery (electricity)|battery]] [[electricity|electric]] propulsion, creating a [[battery electric vehicle]]. In some cases the vehicle may be ...arge their batteries via solar panels, fuel cells, gas generators or other alternative energy sources. Some experimenters have even used super capacitors to store
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  • ...system]] (RESS) and a fueled power source for vehicle [[Ground propulsion|propulsion]]. There are many ways to accomplish this. [[Category:Alternative propulsion]]
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  • ...or delivery, he decided to produce his own motorcycle to be proposed as an alternative to the requested [[Gilera 125]]. ...ements with the newly [[FBM (Moto)|FBM]] for the provision of [[two-stroke propulsion]] 160 [[cubic centimeters|cc]].
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