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The Kinetic Energy Storage

Everyday we waste a precious energy - kinetic energy.So,to save kinetic energy is to save oil.The working functions of the machine is like the F1 of KERS system. The structure is compact and easy to operate.It's more compact and efficient.Conversion efficiency around 99%. Dou you whant know more? cgcow1@gmail.com


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Torotrak is a UK-based company that's developing a technology called a flywheel hybrid. Instead of using a big, heavy battery to store energy, the Torotrak system uses a spinning flywheel. It's simple and lightweight compared to traditional electric hybrids, and it's even going to be used in Formula One race cars. There's no word yet if any automakers are signing up, but if it starts winning races you can bet they'll be all over it.

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The Energy Return Wheel ERW©
ERW© would like to introduce to the world, the ERW©. Energy Return Wheel. goto: www.energyreturnwheel.com Vote for your size, learn more about the next generation of "Run Smart " tires. :) Roll Flat, No Air, Never Flat, Real Super Tweel, Save Gas, Save energy, better Gas Mileage, Energy Return Wheel, Airless tire, better than Michelin Tweel, Future Car Wheel.

EN | Bosch Regenerative Braking
Regenerative braking is the recovery of kinetic energy during braking. In a conventional vehicle, a majority of the kinetic energy is converted during friction braking into heat and emitted unused into the environment. Hybrid and electric vehicles can use the electric motor to recuperate at least a portion of the kinetic energy for reuse. Regenerative braking enables an extended range in electric vehicles as well as lowering fuel consumption and improving CO2 balance in hybrid vehicles. Furthermore, the use of the generator for braking reduces brake wear. Additional information: http://www.bosch-kraftfahrzeugtechnik.de/en/de/driving_safety/driving_safet y_systems_for_passenger_cars_1/active_safety/active_safety_2.html

KERS EXPLAINED - F1 Kinetic Energy Recovery System | AutoMotoTV
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3 TON FLYWHEEL 'COLD-START-UP' @ Trimpley Steam Rally 2 Aug 09 Vic & Roger Starting the Petter
Brought to you by 'Racerroy' Enjoy watching Vic Narborough assisted by Roger Coleman Start ONE of only a few remaining of its kind IN THE WORLD a Vickers Petter 2 cylinder Diesel engine, designed by Rudolf Diesel and built in 1926 by Petters, Rudolf Diesel was born on the 18th March 1858 and died 29th Sept 1913 presumed drowned. This engine was built in Ipswich and it pumped fresh water at a location somewhere in North Yorkshire and then stood idle for many years. According to its current owner when he was made aware of it and its whereabouts made an approach to the owner with a view to buying it which he did. The Engine weighs in at 9ton and the Flywheel weighs 3ton, at 250rpm it will develope 125bhp, it is mounted on a 1979 Foden and the combined weight is + 20 ton. the Foden Lorry started life as a Snow Plough & Gritter for Monmouth County Council. While being used for demonstration the Vickers Petter 2 cylinder Diesel uses about 1gallon of fuel per-hour. Sadly Vic the owner [the one smoking a pipe passed away Dec 2012] rest in peace.

2014 F1 V6 Turbo Engine Battle - Ferrari vs Mercedes vs Renault vs Honda (2015)
Here is a video comparing all of F1's V6 turbo engines which have replace the old naturally aspirated V8's for the 2014 season. As I'm sure you know (and you'll certainly know after watching this), the engines will sound significantly different in 2014 to how they were previously, with a move away from the screaming 8 cylinders to whining 6 cylinders which produce a noise that has been likened to an oversized vacuum. In all honesty these engines don't make a great sound, but what does it matter if the racing is better (and it's not as if it can get much worse than 2013!). There are also other small benefits such as being able to hear lock ups, the crowd cheering and if you're attending a GP you won't leave with partial deafness. For the majority of F1 fans who just watch races on TV the new sound doesn't really make any difference to the spectacle so instead of looking at the negatives of 2014 why not see it as a positive move for the sport. The cars are now all over the place because of the increased torque and everyone is prone to car issues, The new cars reward a thinking driver as opposed to the one with the fastest car and, more importantly, Vettel isn't looking like taking an easy 5th consecutive championship! Thanks for watching and enjoy :-)

VERY professional kinetic rope snatch recovery
This is how we recover our stuck 4x4's here in the U.K. These highly trained professionals are experts in the field of vehicle recovery, their knowledge and equipment is second to none, expertese like this doesn't just happen over night................ see video response for more professionals in action

Flywheel - Explained
How does a flywheel work? What is a flywheel? This video looks at the importance of flywheels and their purpose within an engine setup. The larger the flywheel, the smoother the torque delivery of an engine. Please feel free to rate, comment, and subscribe! And don't forget to check out my Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/engineeringexplained Also check out my official website: Make suggestions, participate in forums, enter for Car of the Month, learn through logically ordered lessons, read FAQs, and plan your future! http://www.howdoesacarwork.com NEW VIDEOS EVERY WEDNESDAY!

KERS - Explained
How does KERS work? What is a kinetic energy recovery system? This video explores the Porsche 911 GT3-R Hybrid, and how it uses a flywheel to store energy for an additional 160 hp for a short period of Boost. Please feel free to rate, comment, and subscribe! And don't forget to check out my Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/engineeringexplained Also check out my official website: Make suggestions, participate in forums, enter for Car of the Month, learn through logically ordered lessons, read FAQs, and plan your future! http://www.howdoesacarwork.com NEW VIDEOS EVERY WEDNESDAY!

model of Toyota Hybrid Synergy Drive
This footage was recorded on Nov 29, 2007 at a Hybrid event held by Toyota Sunnyvale in Sunnyvale, CA, USA. It uses a planetary gear to divert power. Power can come from the internal combustion engine (ICE = blue handle) or the Motor Generator 1 (MG1 = yellow disc) and Motor Generator 2 (orangle handle). MG2 drives the wheels directly (represented by cranking the orange handle before the reduction gears) or the momentum of the car pushes the wheel to spin MG2 to recapture energy during braking (represented by cranking the black handle after the reduction gears). MG1 (yellow disc) can spin the planetary gear (green) while the wheels (black) and MG2 (orange) are stationary, which in turn spin the ICE (blue) before gasoline is injected to the ICE. That pre-spinning of the ICE to operating RPM allows the ICE to be started and shut off at will with reduced air pollution concern (represented by cranking the blue handle, it should only turn in one direction, the model is flawed). MG1 (yellow) can spin backward or forward to redirect power to the wheels (this model does not have a crank handle for the yellow disc, a model flaw again because MG1 must be spun actively to control the output of the HSD). Visit http://www.wind.sannet.ne.jp/m_matsu/prius/ThsSimu/index_i18n.html to play with a simulator. Also watch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZmHpSyTsfm0 and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQhzruw2Qh8&t=9m13s and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dLNDGUISTYM

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