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  • #2824
    A_X_C
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    Conoscete qualche link per informarsi sui motori di nuova concezione ad alta efficienza.
    Partendo dagli studi per la mobilità elettrica oltre agli accumulatori sempre più efficienti e che si ricaricano sempre più velocemente, la seconda gamba su cui poggia la mobilità sono i motori sempre più leggeri potenti e parsimoniosi.
    Vorrei informarmi in maniera più accurata ed ogni aiuto è prezioso

    #2826
    Amilcare
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    Speaking a few days ago with Giuseppe Corcione on the sidelines of one of his conferences, he opened me up a bit’ the eyes.
    A name that may say nothing but its resume is quite interesting.
    A long and consolidated experience abroad first in the USA at the Center for Automotive research, then in Japan to Iwata passing through CHINA and Brazil. Holder of numerous international patents in the combustion field, thermo-fluid dynamics and architectures for hybrid and electric vehicles. He has collaborated with the most prestigious automotive companies. He studied at MIT and dedicated himself to the automotive industry by patenting a hybrid system similar to the one used by Toyota. He has designed a system to ionize the fuel particles that are sprayed inside the combustion chamber of some Formula One cars. He helped design an electronic system equipped with self-learning through artificial intelligence used to manage the power on Moto GP bikes.
    According to him the cars of the future will be electric and hybrid for many more years but, the revolution will be given that they will no longer be owned, you will pay for the rental or for the time of use.
    They will arrive independently at the house and at the end of use they will be available for other users.
    However the studies for the continuous improvement of all elements will never cease.

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    #2958
    Amilcare
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    I am currently developing my own study on electric cars.
    In particular, the aspects of batteries and motors to better understand this new electronics sector in my opinion full of future developments and opportunities
    On the web, information is very scarce.
    Someone to suggest links to learn more about the topic

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