Environmentally Friendly Engines
In the past decade there has been alot of worrying about what will happen if the worlds oil supply becomes totally depleted. The main reason people worry about this is because now-a-days almost all automobiles use oil-based gasoline. In the next few decades scientist speculate that all the worlds oil will be mined and profited this means all combustion engines will be unable to function. This is why automobile companies such as Ford, Mercedez-Benz, Chrysler, Toyota, BMW, and many other manufacturers have started to work on new more environmentally friendly cars such as Battery, NGV, and Hydrogen-Powered vehicles. These vehicles have engines that require different fuels and have an adverse effect on the environment.
The Battery-Powered Engine is a whole lot better than a normal combustion engine for a lot of reasons. Electric motors are connected to the wheels so when the car is coasting or resting it consumes absolutely no energy. A different way is the battery-powered engine converts 90 percent of storage cell energy into useable driving force, while the everyday combustion engine converts only 25 percent of a liter of fuel into driving force. But, the best reason to buy a battery-powered car is instead of having to stop and go to a gas station when ever your low on fuel you can easily and conveniently re-power at your own residence.
Natural Gas vehicles are conservatively fueled automobiles that are converted to run on only one natural gas. This means the carbuertator/mixer fuel control equipment used on many early vehicles is giving way to new available electronic management system this cuts down on harmful emissions caused by mixed chemicals in exhaust.
The hybrid-electric engine combines the internal combustion engine of a regular car and the battery and motor of an electric car. This engine is made more so like the battery powered car, but the battery is charged by an onboard generator, that is powered by the...