Polypropylene Compound Materials 

Polypropylene Compound: A Crucial Component in Developing Automotive Industry

Raw materials are a prominent part of the production and up-gradation of the final product in any industry. Similarly, developing a highly advanced product such as an automotive car requires numerous individual parts and raw materials. Moreover, using different kinds of plastic as raw material for automobile parts has been in practice for a long time. As the automobile industry is moving toward developing more advanced automotive cars, the need for more cost-effective and lightweight plastic materials is also rising. Polypropylene (PP) is a primary compound that can solve such…

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Electric Vehicle Fast-Charging System Market Mobility News 

Electric Vehicle Charging Points in U.K. to Overtake Fuel Pumps by 2030

The demand for electric vehicles has continuously been on a surge globally, and a similar trend is being witnessed in the U.K. By the end of February 2022, there were around 420,000 fully electric vehicles on the road in the U.K. However, the lack of infrastructure, such as not enough charging stations, has been a concern for all kinds of electric vehicle users. Currently, the country has only 30,000 charging points across 15,000 locations. Taking strict cognizance of this concern, the U.K. Department for Transport (DfT) has now set a…

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General Motors Took CES 2022 by Electric Storm with Three New EVs

While unveiling the new Silverado EV at the CES 2022 conference, CEO Mary Barra announced two more electric vehicles from the GM garage. She revealed that a Chevy Equinox EV and Blazer EV are in the pipeline and are expected to be launched soon. The 2024 Silverado EV electric pickup truck will be available in two segments to begin with. These will be the fully loaded, consumer-oriented RST (Rally Sport Truck) First Edition and the pared-back, fleet-centric WT (Work Truck). However, the CEO avoided revealing anything else on the new…

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Sony Envisions Future of Mobility With its Vision S-02 Electric Concept Vehicle

Tuesday evening was a special occasion at the current CES 2022 for the tech giant, Sony. The Japanese conglomerate announced its second entry into the electric vehicle segment with its concept car Vision S-02; which follows its first version Vision S-01 that was launched last year. During the launch at CES 2022, makers of this concept car emphasized on the features which include: high-sensitivity, high-resolution, wide dynamic range CMOS image sensors and LiDAR sensors that accurately sense three-dimensional space. “Safety has been our No. 1 priority in creating a comfortable…

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Electric and Hybrid Vehicles - Differences to Know Before Buying Mobility 

Hybrid Vs Electric Cars – Differences to Know Before Buying

We often come across various models of electric and hybrid vehicles being manufactured and sold in the market. However, is the technology being used in the functioning of these two cars are the same? The answer is no. There are some distinctions in both categories. The main difference between both is electric vehicles are completely dependent on the battery power to run and operate. On the other hand, hybrid cars operate and function by the combination of two, battery power and conventional fuel. Hybrid Cars Hybrid cars have two different…

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Electric Vehicles Cyberquad launched by Tesla for $1,900 Mobility 

Electric Quadbike “Cyberquad” launched by Tesla for $1,900

Electric vehicles, whether energized by batteries or fluid or vaporous fills creating power, will have worth to electric utilities as power assets. The power limit of the current interior burning traveler vehicle armada is gigantic and underused. In the U.S., for instance, the vehicles have gone up as much as ten times the mechanical force of all current U.S. electrical creating plants and are inactive more than 95% of the day. Electric utilities could utilize battery vehicles as power or energy units. Electric vehicle (EV) producer Tesla has dispatched a…

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Acoustic and Thermal Insulation in Electric Vehicles Materials 

Use of Acoustic and Thermal Insulation in Electric Vehicles to Eradicate Noise Issues

The term “thermal insulation” refers to a material that aids in the reduction of heat transmission between objects in thermal contact or within the range of radiative effect. These materials are used all around to prevent heat from exiting or entering rooms or objects, as well as to safeguard combustible goods from excessive heat. Buildings and vehicles such as trains and aircraft can save money by insulating against heat exchange. Thermal insulation also guards against changes in the physical and chemical properties of adjacent items, which can result in damage…

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Electric Vehicles Mobility 

Use of Acoustic and Thermal Insulation in Electric Vehicles to Enhance Driving Experience

Electric vehicles (EVs) are remarkably quieter than internal combustion engine vehicles, especially due to the absence of the noise produced from the gasoline engine and transmission systems. Therefore, EVs can glide across a road without contributing to any noise and air pollution. Even though there is a noticeable decrease in sound from an EV, other ancillary noises are predominant in electric vehicles. Most of these ancillary noises, which were previously drowned out in an internal combustion engine vehicle, are now audible in the absence of engine noise. Such ancillary noises…

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