Electric Transmission

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1900s (decade) - Technology
... the gasoline powered car had so improved that electric vehicles were becoming increasingly less common, being used mainly as delivery vehicles in cities. 1901 - First electric typewriter is invented by George Canfield Blickensderfer of Erie, Pennsylvania ... by most aviation historians 1901 - The first radio receiver (successfully received a radio transmission) ...
Hybrid Vehicle Drivetrain - Types By Drive Train Structure - Series Hybrid
... Series hybrids have also been referred to as range-extended electric vehicles (REEV) where they are designed to be run mostly by the battery, but have a petrol or diesel generator to recharge the battery when going ... Alternatively, it can be viewed as an electric transmission, with the battery storing reserve power until it is needed ... Series-hybrid vehicles are driven only by electric traction ...
Steam Turbine Locomotive - Drive Methods - Electric Transmission - United States
... General Electric General Electric built two steam turbine-electric locomotives with a 2+C-C+2 (4-6-6-4) wheel arrangement for the Union Pacific Railroad in 1938 ... the same fuel that was later used in Union Pacific's gas turbine-electric locomotives ... built three unique coal-fired steam turbine-electric locomotives, designed for passenger service on the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway (C O) ...
M6 Heavy Tank - History and Description
... gun in a single three-man turret with both manual and electric traverse ... was selected by a committee formed by the Society of Automotive Engineers, but no suitable transmission was available ... The committee recommended developing a hydramatic transmission, while a possibility of using a torque converter or an electric transmission was also to be ...

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