Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Diesel Hybrid Vehicles: Will it Catch On like the Mainstream Hybrid Automobiles? Ford Thinks So

Due to the desire of having a vehicle wherein everyone can consume less fuel and will not contribute to the air pollution, the hybrid car was finally created to meet this end. And due to the rapid advancements in the gasoline engine, the hybrid automobile has become extremely popular.

A hybrid vehicle is a means of transportation using two fossil fuel sources; it uses a rechargeable fuel storage system found on board and a fuelled fuel source as the automobile's driving force. More information about driving force can be found here: http://servicemanual.blogspot.com/2009/11/bmw-5-series-1989-1995-service-manual.html. The hybrid automobile pollutes less and uses less resources.

Back in 1899, Ferdinand Porsche have developed and led the way to the very first working hybrid-electric car. Other people followed suit in Ferdinand Porsche's invention. Many people who became interested in the hybrid-vehicle concept have been continually making hybrid automobiles.  However, there was no major car manufacturer who invested in the hybrid idea and mass produced hybrid automobiles until the late twentieth century. The hybrid technology was mainly utilized in developing diesel-electric submarines during that interim period.

The diesel-electric submarines mainly operate very much the same as a hybrid vehicle. However, the submarines main goal was to save oxygen rather than spend less gasoline. During the later years, submarines have evolved and have begun using the nuclear resources as a substitute for diesel.

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