How electric cars work is very different from how cars use fossil fuels for engine power. This difference has made the production process of these cars a little slower than other cars. In this video from Zomit, we look at how electric cars work.
The idea and basic principles of operation of most modern electric vehicles were introduced and introduced decades before internal combustion engines. In 1834, Professor Sebranda Stratting of Groningen in the north of the Netherlands built the world’s first electric car; Of course, the battery of this car was non-rechargeable.
Internal or internal combustion engines operate in such a way that the air in the combustion chamber or the engine cylinders is compressed and ignited, and this ignition will cause a small explosion. For this reason, it is called internal combustion.
Combustion produces hot gases at high temperatures and pressures, and the expansion of these gases drives the engine piston. The linear motion of the piston, which is in sync with the motion of the other pistons in the engine, is converted into rotational motion by the crankshaft, causing the vehicle wheels to rotate. In the continuation of this video, join Zomit to learn more about how electric cars work.
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