“The first car to run on compressed air should go on sale in France next year, boasting zero pollution and a cheaper alternative to traditional gas guzzlers.”
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(02:09) ReportJun 4 – The first car(?) to run on compressed air should go on sale in France next year,
boasting zero pollution and a cheaper alternative to traditional gas guzzlers.
Julie Gordon reports.
Julie Gordon@uk.reuters.com===============================================================Hello Ms. Julie Gordon; are you aware of this:
COMPRESSSED-AIR VECHICLE(CAV-2) PATENTED IN 1992http://www.energine.com/e_main.phpThe “PHEV” is a KOREAN AIR CAR manufactured by THE ENERGINE CORPORATIONThe CAR THAT RUNS ON COMPRESSED AIRMonday, April 11, 2005 Posted: 1032 GMT (1832 HKT) (CNN) A KOREAN COMPANY HAS DEVELOPED A CAR ENGINE THAT RUNS ON COMPRESSED AIR“PHEV”KOREAN AIR CARPeter Kemp, editor of “Petroleum Intelligence Weekly,” told CNN that one of the biggest challenges for the invention was persuading the general public to embrace it.CNN) — A Korean company has created a car engine that runs on air. The engine, which powers a pneumatic-hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV), works alongside an electric motor to create the power source.The system eliminates the need for fuel, making the PHEV pollution-free.Cheol-Seung Cho, of Energine Corporation, told CNN the system is controlled by a computer inside the car, which instructs the compressed-air engine and electric motor what to do.The compressed air drives the pistons, which turn the vehicle's wheels.The air is compressed using a small motor, powered by a 48-volt battery, which powers both the air compressor and the electric motor.Once compressed, the air is stored in a tank, Cho said.“The compressed air is used when the car needs a lot of energy, such as for starting up the car and acceleration. The electric motor comes to life once the car has gained normal cruising speed.”He said the system was relatively simple to manufacture and could be easily adapted to any conventional engine system.=============================================Thank you for the News, but you should get it straight!A Korean company “Energine Corp.” Patented this process in 1992!I sent this info to “MRI” three years ago, and suggested they consider working with Energine Corp. to speed this type product to market. I got no reply. ==============================================Kindly, Acknowledge?Ciao, Jim Hanley
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