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Combustion Engines

Tytuł artykułu

Analysis of electric motor vehicles market

Autorzy Maciejewska, Marta  Fuć, Paweł  Kardach, Monika 
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Warianty tytułu
Języki publikacji EN
Abstrakty
EN The increasingly restrictive standards related to exhaust emissions from cars make difficult the development of internal combustion engines. The activities undertaken in the design of internal combustion engines are mainly based on downsizing, e.g decreasing the engine's displacement. The main direction in the development of vehicle propulsion is to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. It is expected to reduce CO2emissions in 2020 to reach 95 g/km. Electric vehicles achieve low noise levels and do not emitted a burn, and thus, their use leads to a reduction in the amount of toxic exhaust gases in the air. The aspect of reducing emissions of harmful exhaust compounds and activities focusing on downsizing on the market of combustion engine cars leads to a significant increase the number of electric vehicles. In 2018 around 95 million motor vehicles were registered in the world, of which around 12 million in the European Union and 273 thousand in Poland. The number of electric vehicles among all sold is around 5.5%. Every year new, more technologically advanced models appear on the electric vehicle market. In 2018, the most popular model was the Nissan LEAF and the BAIC EC-Series. A large number of Renault ZOE have also been sold. In article analyzed different models of electric vehicle, which are available on market and presented the characteristics based on e.g. price per 100 kilometers, range for every model or charging time.
Słowa kluczowe
PL rynek napędów elektrycznych   emisja toksyn   koszt ładowania pojazdu elektrycznego  
EN electric propulsion market   toxic exhaust emission   costs of charging electric vehicle  
Wydawca Polskie Towarzystwo Naukowe Silników Spalinowych
Czasopismo Combustion Engines
Rocznik 2019
Tom R. 58, nr 4
Strony 169--175
Opis fizyczny Bibliogr. 16 poz., il. kolor., fot., 1 mapa, wykr.
Twórcy
autor Maciejewska, Marta
autor Fuć, Paweł
autor Kardach, Monika
Bibliografia
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[4] www.greenwaypolska.pl
[5] https://www.hyundai.pl/
[6] https://www.renault.pl/
[7] https://www.nissan.pl/
[8] www.volkswagen.pl/
[9] www.audi.pl/
[10] www.bmw.pl/
[11] www.jaguar.pl/
[12] www.tesla.com/
[13] http://www.skoda-auto.pl/technologia/wltp
[14] GALANT, M., NOWAK, M., MACIEJEWSKA, M. et al. Using the simulation technique to improve efficiency in General Aviation. AIP conference proceedings. 2019, 2078(1), 020097.
[15] PIELECHA, J., KURTYKA, K., SKOBIEJ, K. The impact of vehicle dynamic parameters on the exhaust emission in RDE tests. Combustion Engines. 2018, 175(4).
[16] FUĆ, P., LIJEWSKI, P., ZIÓŁKOWSKI, A., SIEDLECKI, M. Trends in the type-approval regulations in terms of exhaust gas emissions for vehicles of category PC and LDV. Combustion Engines. 2015, 162(3).
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DOI 10.19206/CE-2019-428