DEVELOPMENT IN ELECTRIC VEHICLE PRODUCTIONJournal: International Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering and Technology (IJARET) (Vol.11, No. 12)
Publication Date: 2020-12-31
Authors : Ashutosh Kumar Singh Anshu Kumar; Akanksha;
Page : 1706-1711
Keywords : Development; Electric Vehicle; Mass production; Biofuel;
A vehicle is considered Green as eco-friendlier than the traditional petroleum combustion engine, which contains any non-traditional vehicle like HEV, Plug-in, EV, Biofuel, Fuel Cell, etc. There have been a hundred years of producing electric vehicles, but due to several factors, mainstream adoption has not been reached at various stages. Hybrid electric vehicle has gained momentum in recent years when EV was not produced in mass production. Compared with standard HEV, the plug-in is the new hybrid car concept as the spectrum of energy travels stretches as far as the span is less than the charging level and the likelihood of a zero-emission. Nonetheless, a more recent trend has emerged and will revolutionize the automotive sector of electrification. The outlook for electric cars will be optimistic and the aim of future developments will be with the appropriate policies and government support and progress for electric vehicle technology. This paper gives an indication of the latest effort in the field of electronic vehicles. This paper describes how modules are built and caparisoned. The main battery, pump, engine, steering and braking components are investigated. At the end of the article, several designs for electric vehicles were presented.
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