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  • Automakers drive toward a hydrogenpowered future
    Hydrogen-powered vehicles are speeding off the drawing board and on to test tracks. Research and Advanced Engineering Team Visible in this transparent view of the Escape hybrid are the four-cylinder ICE and 70-kW electric motor in front and the nickel-metalhydride battery pack under the rear load
  • Using Nanotechnology for More Efficient Dust Collection
    Nanotechnology - the control of matter smaller than 1 micron - is a hot topic. Nanotechnology is used in products as diverse as atomically engineered food, anti-aging cosmetics, stain-resistant clothing, self-cleaning window glass, high-performance golf clubs, and information storage products
  • U.S. Patents | April 2006 | A B T |
    U.S. BATTERY AND FUEL CELL PATENTS Compiled by Eddie T. Seo, Official Gazette, Volume 1303 (February 2006) U.S. 6,993,888 (20060207), Metal hydride storage canister design and its manufacture, Jefferson Y. S. Yang and Mike Kao, Asia Pacific Fuel Cell Technologies, Ltd. (TW). U.S. 6,994,057
  • Concept Cars of a Different Color ...Green
    as a "Bluetec diesel range-extended electric vehicle in an open-air, sustainable design package. " Propulsion starts with a 40-mile lithium-ion battery pack. A range extender (small-displacement 1.5-liter, three-cylinder Bluetec Diesel engine) boosts the range to about 400 miles. The Diesel
  • Hybrid-electric vehicles hit the streets
    New hybrid-electric vehicles perform as well as some conventionally powered models. The Honda Insight boasts 61 mpg for city driving and 70 mpg highway. Honda's integrated motor assist (IMA) system combines a 1.0-liter, three-cylinder gasoline engine with an electric motor to improve efficiency
  • Chevrolet HHR
    about that marketing gimmickry. Just get in. There you'll find a thoroughly modern layout and a vehicle that's fun to drive and useful. The HHR (heritage high roof) is a small yet spacious station wagon (or maybe a mini SUV) with 63 cu ft of storage when the back seats are down. Even though the car
  • Go-karts go green
    A Dutch company hopes that taking its fuel-cell-powered gokart (Mark 2) on the road will stimulate interest in zero-emission vehicles. The Mark 2 gokart hits 60 mph in under 8 sec. The H2 is a plug-and-play storage concept for medium-size mobile fuel-cell applications. It consists
  • 2006 VW Rabbit
    , thanks to a larger hatch, 15 ft3 of storage area, and collapsing front passenger seat. The Rabbit, or Golf as it's known outside the U.S., is in its fifth generation. It comes in two and four-door trim with a five-speed manual transmission. A six-speed automatic with Triptronic is optional
  • Medical Device Link .
    this knowledge to create devices. The technology, known as spintronics, has already been used to increase the storage density of hard drives. Spintronic sensors have been used for at least five years in industrial applications such as magnetic cylinder position sensors for robotics. This article
  • Behind The Wheel: Chevrolet Tracker
    it comfortable with room for groceries or camping gear behind the rear seats. And those seats fold down to open up a lot more storage space than sedans or small station wagons provide. While the compact SUV is comfortable, it s no speed demon. This truck is built for work. Merging with freeway traffic takes

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