The principle of operation of hybrid electric vehicles
The basic principle of operation of the GEA is to use two engines - gasoline and electric. At low speed and when driving for short distances, the electric motor is used as the main source of energy. It is powered by batteries that are charged when braking and when the car is moving. At higher speeds or if additional power is needed, the gasoline engine turns on, which starts automatically. In this case, the electric motor also works, but only as an additional source of energy to reduce fuel consumption and reduce emissions of harmful substances into the atmosphere.
Advantages of hybrid electric vehicles
GEA have a number of advantages over traditional cars, including:
• Fuel economy: Due to the use of an electric motor, GEAS consume less fuel than traditional cars. This is especially useful when driving in a city where the speed is low and traffic jams are usually frequent.
• Reducing emissions of harmful substances: GEAS operate more environmentally friendly than traditional cars. The use of an electric motor reduces emissions of harmful substances, which has a positive impact on the environment.
• Lower operating costs: Although GEAS are usually more expensive than their traditional counterparts, they can save money in the long run due to fuel economy and longer service life.
• Quieter driving: When using an electric motor, the GEA work much quieter than traditional cars, which reduces noise in urban conditions.
• Smoother ride: Thanks to the use of an electric motor, the GEA can provide smoother acceleration and braking, which improves the comfort and safety of the driver and passengers.
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