Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Superconductor Powered Toyota Shows Increased Power | Electric Vehicles

saipa Tiba AMT

• Patent AMT automated manual transmission • Tonder 90, Samand generation automatic transmission will initially enter the market in 1392 • AMT automatic transmission and start selling before the unveiling of the Pride car • The first patent for Smart electric clutch (EKM) in wireless clutch and the ability to control the speed and position of the clutch half • Smart electric clutch to start industrial production with the ability to control wire speed without the clutch and can be installed on all vehicles • Construction of the pilot electric vehicle 405 and Pride • Construction of industrial semi automatic gearbox 405 • Construction industry and started mass production of smart electric clutch wire without using the clutch • The unveiling of the car with automatic transmission Tiba AMT operates the third largest science festivals and Access Cabinet the link for order 1) Electric clutch Pride electric clutch system Tondar 90 electric clutch system Peugeot 405 electric clutch system Peugeot Pars electric clutch system Samand electric clutch system Peugeot 206 electric clutch system Roa electric clutch system MVM electric clutch system Pride electric clutch system with the gas and brake lever Electric clutch system for Peugeot 405 - Peugeot Pars - Samand- Tonder 90 along with the gas and brake lever 2) Automated Manual Transmission Pride AMT Tondar 90 AMT Peugeot 405 AMT Tiba AMT Samand AMT * AMT gearbox system for automotive applications Saipa Pride should refer to their legal agents. 3) Gas and brake lever Gas and brake hand lever Product Price Electric clutch grades 3 - Parts Taiwanese, Chinese, Iranian 4,800,000 Rails Electric clutch Grade 2 - Pieces of Japan, Turkey, Germany - Electric clutch Grade 1 - German parts (Bosch Germany) 6,400,000 Rails Installation cost electric clutch 400,000 Rails Half a smart clutch option for severe slopes - Electric clutch with the gas and brake lever 9,900,000 Rails Gas and brake hand lever 4,500,000 Rails * All the prices by 5% VAT will be added. * All the parts are interchangeable with one year warranty and all parts of the standard are the national standards and industrial research. 1) design, consulting, systems implementation and production of the new car 2) engineering and technical consultancy in the field of automobile, machinery and equipment 3) design and consulting in the field of control and automation and robotic projects Email: Research Project: 1) production of electric hydraulic clutch 2) the production of automatic transmission (AMT) hydraulic 3) the production of hybrid vehicles Pride 4) the production of electric 5) Intelligent Brake production 6) production ABS 7) Production Automobile ECU petrol and dual fuel For ordering our products, you can apply by clicking on the "Request Product" record of your order. If the company representative 24 hours by Negin Fanavar sharif not contact you please contact the phone numbers below Mobile: +98-9302-265-085 Tel : +98-831-430-8131 * AMT gearbox system for automotive applications Saipa Pride should refer to their legal agents. link

Monday, November 11, 2013

electronically controlled air suspension systems (ECAS)

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM AND LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, Mar 20, 2013 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- WABCO Holdings Inc. /quotes/zigman/476020/delayed/quotes/nls/wbc WBC +0.78% , ( a global technology leader and tier-one supplier to the commercial vehicle industry, will feature its breakthrough electronically controlled air suspension (ECAS) technology at the 2013 Mid-America Trucking Show (MATS) in Louisville, Kentucky. WABCO's ECAS is an enabler technology that supports fleets to transition from 6x4 to 6x2 configurations by significantly improving the traction performance of 6x2 trucks on low friction surfaces and by reducing tire wear through its "intelligent load transfer" functionality. An independent report published by the North American Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE) in November 2010 confirmed that a 6x2 truck configuration increases fuel economy up to 6 percent and achieves weight savings up to 400 pounds (181 kilograms). WABCO's latest ECAS technology also delivers optimal ride performance together with additional innovative features such as lift axle control, speed-activated driveline protection and weight transfer overload protection. In North America, WABCO's ECAS technology is distributed and supported for both original equipment manufacturers and aftermarket retro-fit through the company's joint venture, Meritor WABCO. Recently, Meritor WABCO and Meritor won two prestigious North American industry awards that recognize the benefits of WABCO ECAS technology integrated with Meritor's FUELite(TM) tandem axle. Heavy Duty Trucking magazine included these innovative technologies in its list of "Top 20 Products of 2013" recognizing their significant benefits for fleets seeking increased payload and fuel efficiency. Additionally, the Truck Writers of North America Association, a trade body of commercial vehicle journalists, granted their Technical Achievement Award for ECAS in combination with FUELite in recognition of the weight savings, increased fuel efficiency and improved traction control for rear axle applications that these combined technologies bring to 6x2 configurations. "We are proud to showcase this latest generation of award-winning ECAS technology at MATS 2013, adding to WABCO's record of more than 25 years of technology leadership in ECAS systems," said Bodo Klein, WABCO Vice President, Vehicle Dynamics and Control Systems. "WABCO remains committed to meeting the increasing requirements of truck and bus makers in North America, and internationally, as we pioneer technologies that improve vehicle safety and driver effectiveness, while boosting fuel efficiency." Since WABCO introduced the industry's first ECAS technology in 1986, the company has sold more than 3.5 million systems worldwide. To date, customers have driven collectively more than 3 billion miles (4.8 billion km) on vehicles equipped with WABCO's ECAS technology. WABCO and Meritor WABCO at MATS 2013 in Booth 34455 in the South Wing Kentucky Exposition Center, Louisville, Kentucky, March 21 to 23, 2013 WABCO and Meritor WABCO will host the following events at MATS 2013

AMT (Automated Manual Transmission)

Automated Manual Transmission (AMT, also called Freechoice) from Magneti Marelli is a electro-hydraulic mechanism for automating manual transmission which derives from Formula 1. It combines comfort of use with a reduction in consumption, and can be applied to any transmission, with production costs that are consequently lower compared to traditional automatic transmissions. AMT is based on an electronic control unit and a hydraulic system that supervise the use of the clutch and the gear shifting, allowing the driver to change gear without using the clutch, either sequentially or fully automatically. The device from Magneti Marelli operates on the manual transmission of a car in the same way as the driver would: it opens and closes the clutch, engages and disengages the gears and, when necessary, it also controls the choice of transmission (automatic or sequential mode for changing gear). These three control movements are ensured by three specific hydraulic actuators, controlled by hydraulic electro-valves. All the components in the hydraulic unit are gathered together in a single kit. It is delivered to the car manufacturer sealed and ready to be installed in the gearbox. Once assembled in the gearbox, the hydraulic kit mechanically interfaces with the gear drive shaft. The heart and intelligence of the gear control system is the TCU (Transmission Control Unit). Taking into account the driver’s requirements and the operating conditions of the vehicle, it manages the gear changes by controlling the clutch, the gears and the engine. Thanks to the electronic optimization of the gear change and the coupling with the engine control means the AMT is able to ensure less consumption than a car with manual transmission: lower consumption also means lower emissions, especially of CO2. In some of the best applications of the AMT on mass-production automobiles, a 5% reduction in fuel consumption was recorded compared to the automatic transmission version of the same automobiles, as well as a reduction in emissions equal to 5 g/km of CO2. The latest generation of AMT is known as “mechatronic”, as for the first time, it combines the electronic control part and the hydraulic actuation part of the transmission in a single kit. This allows considerable improvements to performance, both in terms of speed and comfort when changing gear. This is the latest step in the evolution of a product which was first introduced to the car market with the Ferrari 355 F1 in July 1997. The product is still undergoing “sharp” growth in performance. Automated manual transmissions combine the best features of manual and automatic transmissions. Manual transmissions are lighter than conventional automatic transmissions and suffer fewer energy losses. However, most drivers prefer the convenience of an automatic. AMT operates similarly to a manual transmission except that it does not require clutch actuation or shifting by the driver. Automatic shifting is controlled electronically (shift-by-wire) and performed by a hydraulic system or electric motor. In addition, technologies can be employed to make the shifting process smoother than conventional manual transmissions.

anglon hi!!The automotive offspring of an Anglo-Chinese

the video is above !

Englon brand to get major boost in 2011
Englon was born from the ashes of the doomed Shanghai Maple brand, both of which are controlled by Geely. Shanghai Maple was Geely’s ultra cheap economy brand, and was reborn as the Englon brand in early 2010 as part of Geely’s restructuring. At the Beijing 2010 Auto Show Geely announced dozens of new cars

Englon SC5-RV to launch on 11/11
Englon basically means England-London and was Geely’s brand under which it would be build the London Taxi series but at the Beijing Auto Show earlier this year it appears that Geely have bigger plans for the Englon brand than just a taxi brand, they appear to be making it into their new budget brand

Homogeneous charge compression ignition (HCCI)

HCCI has characteristics of the two most popular forms of combustion used in SI (spark ignition) engines- homogeneous charge spark ignition (gasoline engines) and CI engines: stratified charge compression ignition (diesel engines). As in homogeneous charge spark ignition, the fuel and oxidizer are mixed together. However, rather than using an electric discharge to ignite a portion of the mixture, the density and temperature of the mixture are raised by compression until the entire mixture reacts spontaneously. Stratified charge compression ignition also relies on temperature and density increase resulting from compression, but combustion occurs at the boundary of fuel-air mixing, caused by an injection event, to initiate combustion. The defining characteristic of HCCI is that the ignition occurs at several places at a time which makes the fuel/air mixture burn nearly simultaneously. There is no direct initiator of combustion. This makes the process inherently challenging to control. However, with advances in microprocessors and a physical understanding of the ignition process, HCCI can be controlled to achieve gasoline engine-like emissions along with diesel engine-like efficiency. In fact, HCCI engines have been shown to achieve extremely low levels of Nitrogen oxide emissions (NOx) without an aftertreatment catalytic converter. The unburned hydrocarbon and carbon monoxide emissions are still high (due to lower peak temperatures), as in gasoline engines, and must still be treated to meet automotive emission regulations. Recent research has shown that the use of two fuels with different reactivities (such as gasoline and diesel) can help solve some of the difficulties of controlling HCCI ignition and burn rates. RCCI or Reactivity Controlled Compression Ignition has been demonstrated to provide highly efficient, low emissions operation over wide load and speed ranges HCCI provides up to a 30-percent fuel savings, while meeting current emissions standards. Since HCCI engines are fuel-lean, they can operate at a Diesel-like compression ratios (>15), thus achieving higher efficiencies than conventional spark-ignited gasoline engines.[1] Homogeneous mixing of fuel and air leads to cleaner combustion and lower emissions. Actually, because peak temperatures are significantly lower than in typical spark ignited engines, NOx levels are almost negligible. Additionally, the premixed lean mixture does not produce soot.[2] HCCI engines can operate on gasoline, diesel fuel, and most alternative fuels.[3] In regards to gasoline engines, the omission of throttle losses improves HCCI efficiency Controlling HCCI is a major hurdle to more widespread commercialization. HCCI is more difficult to control than other popular modern combustion engines, such as Spark Ignition (SI) and Diesel. In a typical gasoline engine, a spark is used to ignite the pre-mixed fuel and air. In Diesel engines, combustion begins when the fuel is injected into compressed air. In both cases, the timing of combustion is explicitly controlled. In an HCCI engine, however, the homogeneous mixture of fuel and air is compressed and combustion begins whenever the appropriate conditions are reached. This means that there is no well-defined combustion initiator that can be directly controlled. Engines can be designed so that the ignition conditions occur at a desirable timing. To achieve dynamic operation in an HCCI engine, the control system must change the conditions that induce combustion. Thus, the engine must control either the compression ratio, inducted gas temperature, inducted gas pressure, fuel-air ratio, or quantity of retained or re-inducted exhaust