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View Resource RNEW-1500 - Principles of Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technology

This four credit course offered at Macomb Community College analyzes and evaluates hydrogen fuel cell technology. Topics include hydrogen safety, storage, production, codes, regulations, and standards associated with hydrogen. This course also discusses the history of fuel cells, current applications, future use, fuel cell structures, operations, and classifications. Included educational...

View Resource Sustainability of the European Aluminium Industry 2010

This report by the European Aluminium Association (EAA) was created to analyze and document the efforts of Europe?s aluminum industry to remain competitive, grow, and become more environmentally friendly. Recommendations and reviews are formed based on 34 ?Sustainable Development Indicators.? New in the 2010 report is the use sustainability indicators to address the use of aluminum in key applic...

View Resource Major Concepts of Hybrid Electric Powertrain Systems

This presentation is a general overview of the concepts and technologies incorporated into hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs). These materials are used in the course, "Intro to Mechatronics" at Lawrence Technological University and were developed through seed funding from the CAAT. The following topics are discussed: hybrid powertrain configurations (series, parallel, and series-parallel), hyb...

View Resource Implementing an Integrated Learning System for Hybrid Vehicle Technology: Supporting the Green Transportation

World competition and stringent United States fuel economy goals, and emission regulations for the 21st century vehicles, have pressured the automotive industry to design and evaluate advanced automobiles at an accelerated rate. The industry consensus is that the Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) represents the currently available technology for increasing propulsion system efficiency and decreasing...

View Resource Concept Design of a Crash Management System for Goods Vehicles

In this study by the European Aluminium Association and FKA (Forschungsgesellschaft Kraftfahrwesen Aachen), a concept crash system for 40t trucks is developed based on the front end design used in the ?APROSYS? study. The concept was built around European safety regulations in CAD software and simulated with an FE model using aluminum and steel. It was found that using an octagon shaped alu...

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