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Volt battery pack, Chevy Volt Lithium Ion batteries, 40 mile range, Generator
The Chevy Volt Lithium Ion battery pack provides a range of 40 miles after which a gasoline
powered generator begins charging the batteries. This video taking exerpts from Chevy videos
and Engineering TV interviews provides info on the batteries and videos of the first battery
pack rolling off the assembly line and first battery pack installed in a vehicle.
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CHEVY VOLT TEST DRIVE
Rich McFadden test drives the 2011 Chevy Volt for the Radio America and
Good Day listeners
Chevrolet Volt: how does it work?
A simple, animated explanation of how the Chevrolet Volt's engine, two
motors, three clutches and battery pack work together to drive the car. The
same Voltec platform will also underpin the European Opel Ampera.
First Drive: 2011 Chevy Volt
We finally get our hands on Chevy's much-anticipated extended range hybrid,
the Volt, and take it for a spin. Is this the car that will bring GM back
I drive the Chevy Volt
Test driving the Chevy Volt in Vancouver. Three Chevy Volts are in
Vancouver for the 2010 Winter Olympics. As a member of the Vancover
Electric Vehicle Association I got to drive one. It's peppy. Lots of
smarts, too. But costs too much @ the predicted $40K or more. Otherwise,
HD Chevrolet Volt Test Drive
Test drive of the new Chevy Volt, in West Nyack, NY, around a tiny parking
lot course. Some detailed discussion of the features.
Chris Emerson - One Year Driving the Nissan Leaf
My good friend Chris Emerson has driven a Nissan Leaf for the last year,
and we spent an afternoon chatting about his experiences driving an
electric vehicle. Friendly warning that this is a long video, but Chris is
a pretty insightful guy. If you've been curious about EV's in general (and
the Leaf specifically) this is a pretty in-depth look at what owning one in
Los Angeles is like.
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Free Energy - How to power your Electric Car: Fuelless Generator - On board charger
How to power your electric car.
Here's the solution to the worldwide energy problem. All future Electric
Vehicles will be equipped with this device and be able to sell electricity
to the "charging stations". There are no moving parts in this self-starting
device. To the engineers en designers: where have you been all the time?
Leaders / politicians: how limited is your horizon? Even If you don't
understand how, you can see it works.
An ALTERNATIVE solution to the energy problem in general and already being
in commercialisation, is the EBM Power Plant; working without permanent
magnets, so you can't say it will run out of magnetic flux.
Below: a text from Professor L.I. Szabó.
"The self-reliant EBM plant uses its own self-generated electromagnetic
fuel. This technology is non-nuclear, 100 % environment friendly with zero
"We are routinely producing with our EBM Power Plants several kilowatts
well over unity without any pollution and emissions whatsoever!"
"One of these 10-megawatt units will heat 280 houses and air-condition
them, plus you have cheap power, guaranteed at six cents."
"All that EBM needs to start it is a small motor or engine that produces
torque (2.5% - 5% of rated output, depending on how quickly you want to
start it up). If you're out where there's no power at all, you go to a
local farmer and get a John Deere, hook on to it and start it up.
Initially, it rotates the EBM drive unit, and it achieves operating speed.
Its unique geometry allows extra shaft power to be produced as the rotor is
rotated through the magnetic field. The shaft power is converted to
electricity via a synchronous generator attached to the shaft of the EBM
unit. A small quantity of the electricity is then fed back into the EBM
unit to continue the rotation. The excess power produced can then be used
or sold for profit. In other words, when we sell a 10-megawatt unit, it is
actually producing 15-megawatts -- it will be the 15-megawatt generator. It
will take between one and ten percent of the rated capacity (depending on
size) back to drive the EBM motor, giving you 10 megawatts to feed into the
grid 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The idea is to keep the flux
EBIKE 60v - 15s Battery build from Dewalt 20VMAX packs Pt2
After getting my last 3 batteries in the mail, i quickly ripped them out
their housings and dug into the task of configuring the packs shape.
Shortly after i removed the stock wiring with a soldering iron. I was able
to reuse some 5 wire cord from a twist throttle for my balance leads.
Chevy Volt Powertrain Deep Dive | Part 3
What makes the Chevrolet Volt Powertrain tick? Find out how it all works in
this incredibly complex piece of engineering from a presentation given by
Chevy's Chief Engineer for global Voltec and Plug-in Hybrid Vehicles,
Pamela Fletcher, during the Volt's national media launch on October 18,
Chevy Volt vs. Nissan LEAF
There's a lot of controversy comparing the Nissan LEAF to the Chevy Volt,
but it all has to do with whether or not the Volt is truly an electric car,
or whether it's a hybrid. But let's set their powertrains aside for the
moment. John McElroy just got a chance to test drive both cars, back to
back, and here's his impression of what the they're like.
China Lithium Ion Battery Manufacturing South Korea Japan & U.S. James Greenberger NATBAT
U.S. Battery Manufacturing: Time to Catch Up
Lithium Ion Battery Manufacturing countries to look out for: Japan, South
Korea, and soon CHINA. The U.S. needs to pick up production if it intends
to be a viable competitor in the lithium ion battery manufacturing
James Greenberger, National Alliance for Advanced Transportation Batteries
or NATBAT, thinks the U.S. can and has to catch up with, and then
surpass, Japan and South Korea on lithium ion cell production.
Catching Up on Lithium Ion Cells
The time is now for the U.S. to catch with Japan and South Korea, and start
leading the way on lithium ion cell production.
An interview taped at the Grid-Connected Mobility Conference in San
Francisco, CA 2009 with James Greenberger, National Alliance for Advanced
Transportation Batteries or NATBAT
Making Lithium Ion Cells in the U.S.
James Greenberger, National Alliance for Advanced Transportation Batteries
or NATBAT, outlines the importance of making lithium ion battery cells in
the United States in order to stay competitive.
Bringing Battery Manufacturing to the U.S.
Lithium Ion battery cells for next generation vehicles are made almost
entirely in Asia and Europe, but NATBAT is working to change that. The
National Alliance for Advanced Transportation Batteries is working to
ensure the U.S.'s success in the industry of lithium ion battery technology
and development. Will the U.S. take over the industry of lithium ion
battery manufacturing? Or will China, Japan, and possibly South Korea take
the lead in the manufacturing of the popular battery technology? Lithium
Ion batteries are a technology of the future but they are also a technology
of the present.
Watch James Greenberger's interview on the National Alliance for Advanced
Transportation Batteries (NATBAT) regarding the manufacturing of lithium
ion battery cells in the U.S.