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Modern Approaches on Material Science

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Creation Of An Autonomous Electric Car Charging Mechanism Which Does Not Require Plug-In To Charge Its Batteries Volume 4 - Issue 4

Christos P Beretas*

  • Information Technology and Cyber Security, Innovative Knowledge Institute, Paris, FranceA

Received:August 10, 2021;   Published:August 23, 2021

*Corresponding author:Christos P Beretas, MSc, Ph.D, Information Technology and Cyber Security, Innovative Knowledge Institute, Paris, France

DOI: 10.32474/MAMS.2021.04.000191

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The future of the car is in electrification, electrification is still in its infancy, in relation to the experience that exists with internal combustion engines, but also have a major environmental disadvantage as well as for the production of electricity, in various countries carried out with the use of oil with the combustion of lignite, this has as a consequence the burden on the environment. My research proposal is based on the philosophy that with e-mobility begins a new ecological era, on the one hand cannot create ecological cars and on the other hand to burden the environment for the increasing use of energy that will be required when it grows the percentage of use of electric cars. My proposal is to create a servo mechanism, ie the common winder, which will be placed in the charging place of the cars, that is, the usual refueling place of today’s cars that use solid fuels. Tuning the winder will activate a mechanism which each time that slowly unwind the winder will generate electricity, the power of the energy produced will be able to move the vehicle autonomously and simultaneously charge its batteries.

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