GreenWheel EV (Chinese: 陆地方舟)， full name Shenzhen Greenwheel Electric Vehicle Group Co.,Ltd （深圳市陆地方舟新能源电动车集团有限公司）is a Chinese automobile manufacturer headquartered in Guangdong, China, that specializes in developing electric buses and low-speed electric vehicle or Neighborhood Electric Vehicles.
I have the equations to calculate transmission probability, my problem is that the barrier is given in Volts not electron volts.
$$200V = e \cdot 200 eV = 3.2 \cdot 10^{-17} eV$$
I am not even sure if that's a correct conversion.
But if it is then this "barrier" is extremly small and 99.999%...
I moved to Kansas from Arkansas when my father got a job at the Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant in Desoto Kansas. Now that plant will be making Batteries for electric autos. I wish my dad was still alive to see this.
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Hi have a 48 Volt EV motor of which I will be modifying for belter performance I am unsure of the specs i have contacted the supplier and awaiting a call back I have Toyota coaster And I am allowing up to 5000 KG in Weight How many batteries do I need and...
arXiv: On the most constraining cosmological neutrino mass bounds
From neutrino mixing we know that an inverted order (two "heavy" neutrinos, one light neutrino) needs a sum of masses of at least ~0.09 eV, while the normal order (two light, one "heavy") can have a sum as low as ~0.05 eV. The...
Hi, I am an engineering student and for my project I have decided to try and improve the range of ev through chassis lightening, the main point I'm focusing on is using a carbon fibre material, so I was just wondering if anyone could tell me what kind of tests I would need to do on Ansys or...
So I know exactly how to solve this question with the relevant equations. However problem I ran into was how I substitute for K.E (Kinetic Energy). I asked one of my teachers for help. She said that since the voltage applied stops the experiment, it is equivalent to the energy of the electron...
I was reading about this
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nitrogen_laser
and it says "80 to 100 eV per Torr*cm pressure of nitrogen gas". I'm finding this a little bit confusing. It needs some specific amount of energy in a centimeter of volume with 1 Torr of pressure?
I am working on a 500 kg roller, which I want to pull using electric motor. I am considering hub motor, since it is easier to frame a basic ev with it. Now I need to know the capacity of the hub motor, I need to choose.
Roller weight = 500 kg
Frame weight + driver weight = 150 kg
speed required...
Dear community,
For my electric vehicle project I want to select a gear ratio (single) of my gear box and send this information to the supplier. In order to calculate this ratio I thought of the following steps but am not sure and want some expert to recheck and answer my queries:
1. Calculate...
Hi, I own a 1993 ex500 with that is having engine problems, I would like to swap the motor for one that is has more or equal power. The best specs I can come up with are these the motor puts on the rear wheel, HP 50, Torque 31 ft-lbs, top speed 130mph, I am looking into getting a DC-liquid...
Homework Statement
Hey everyone,
So my teacher assigned a mini project just before our finals and I was wondering if someone could look over my work and my calculations. I just want to make sure I understood everything since my final exams are coming.
Here's the assignment.
Compare and...
Hi,
I am a beginner in terms of mechanics and am an electrical engineer so I apologize in advance for asking what may be trivial questions. I am attempting to create a prototype design for an electric vehicle (truck) in which I am mimicking the Telsa drive train configuration but I am stumped...
I'm looking for a good figure out there like this to describe electrical vehicles. I know EV's are on average 60% efficient but I'm looking to discuss the losses and percentage loss at the systems in an EV. Anyone have any insight?
Lets say we have a car with no engine, just a shell. We want to create an extremely efficient electric vehicle. If we have unlimited resources and man power how would you go about making this vehicle?
So in glass, transparent liquids, and plastics is the eV for the electron known to science.
The eV levels for electrons in gases are known like in hydrogen, and helium, but are they known for glass, and transparent liquids, and plastics.
Or is it just too discernable to get.
I am grateful for...
- liquids, and plastics for light to transmission completely through the material.
Is this eV level known in glass, liquid, and transparent plastics, for electrons to transmission light.
Physicists say that "In most solid or liquid substances, the electron structure is so complex that...
-the electrons to the same shell levels of glass as the microwaves pass through and heat the material, or move electrons in a opaque material to the same energy levels, or shell levels of glass, and transparent liquids, and some plastics.
In a microwave the waves traverse food, and heat the food...
I wanted to post this as a thought experiment. I wanted to preface this by saying I do not plan to build/experiment with anything being discussed as high currents/ high voltages are being dealt with and I am no expert.I am curious on designs for a system that will take the energy from a...
I'm making a Bitcoin gambling game with some developers. But I need help from you crazy good mathematicians out there! I need to know the "kelly criteron" or "EV" of the possible outcomes in the game.
How the game works:
The game is basically a grid of 1-100 numbers. Every 10 seconds a number...
Homework Statement
Potential energy in a molecule[/B]
(b) The figure below shows all of the quantized energies (bound states) for one of these molecules. The energy for each state is given on the graph, in electron-volts (1 eV = 1.6 ✕ 10-19 J). What is the minimum amount of energy required to...
Carbon.
So is it known what energy levels for electrons in glass atoms are in eV to move to a higher shell level.
Glass does not absorb any light, except UV.
but what is the eV for the glass electron to get excited and leave the ground state, and move up to shell level 2, or energy band 2.
Also...
I mean eV are something like 1.6x 10^-19 joules but somehow 7eV corresponds to 81121 K?? At that temperature you should have a lot more energy than 7eV! No?
Hi!
I know the mass of, for instance, an electron can be express in units of electronvolts over speed of light squared. However, I am not sure how to use it. When I have to calculate \frac{\sqrt{2mE}}{\hbar}, do I have to multiply m with the speed of light squared to get it in meters per second...
Homework Statement
Is this true?
Homework Equations
1 eV = 1.6e-19 J
1 V = 1.6e-19 eV
The Attempt at a Solution
I did a bit of googling and it just seems strange.
eV multiplied by elementary charge = Joules
ev divided by elementary charge = Volts
Homework Statement
I need to figure out the energy, rest mass, speed, wavelength and momentum of a 2.2 eV electron. Thats all it says.
Homework Equations
Ek = 1/2mv^2The Attempt at a Solution
I don't understand what 2.2 eV is. The kinetic energy?
This converts to 3.52x10^-19 J
Rest mass...
Is it true that as you go higher in energy, from 1 eV to GeV to 10 TeV, you can probe smaller spacetime region. Since the LHC has only probed up to the 4 TeV or so, it means they have probed the corresponding tiny region of spacetime.. meaning it is still possible spacetime becomes discrete at...
I'm a Automotive engineer and hence lack the electrical engineering expertise that you might expect.
This is related to a doubt I have in calculating the final battery voltage for an electrical vehicle. This is just a calculation query. I have a module consisting of 12 individual Li-ion cells...
So, I'm having a pretty lazy day and decided to do some thinking. And, while this usually turns out to be a splendid idea, today it resulted in me hurting myself. Psychically.
So yeah. I've been through a lot of toy games trying to figure out a way to reconcile this all in my brain box, but...
Homework Statement
Verify that the equation of the ground state energy Eo of the Bohr atom: Eo= (2pi2e4mek2)/h2
simplifies to Eo = 13.6 eV. Show clearly how the units of the different
quantities in the equation simplify to the eV.
This is all they give. Nothing more...
Homework Statement
Light with a wavelength of 630 nm is directed at a metallic surface that has a work function of 1.5 eV. Find
a) the maximum kinetic energy of the emitted electrons
b) the cutoff potential required to stop the photoelectrons
Homework Equations
Ek = [(h * c) / λ] -...
Homework Statement
I have a misunderstanding of when I can safely use eV units in a formula. For example in the formula p = \sqrt{\frac{E^{2} - m^{2}c^{4}}{c^{2}}} I can put the energy and mass in terms of MeV and get an answer with units MeV/C, which makes sense. But then there was this...
Homework Statement
There is a Ramsauer-Townsend equation in my notes for transmission.
It's difficult to write out but looks somewhat like:
T = {1 + {(sin k a)^2 / 4E/V0 (E/V0 - 1)}}
Of course E and V0 should be in the same units.
But should they both in Joules or eV?
I would...
Your coworkers are competitive people who like to gamble. They have set up a bet pool on the longest run of heads (call this R) that occurs in a sequence of 100 fair coin flips. In this pool you are allowed to bet on any combination of three mutually exclusive outcomes:
1) R < 6
2) 6 <= R <...
I've done some research on this, but some people say that you cannot convert these two things. They say that V is electric potential, and eV is energy.
What I was thinking was since eV = Q[SUB]electron[SUP] * V, can't you just divide eV by charge of electron to get V?
Sorry if this is a...
Hi,
I know that the definition of eV is the energy gained by one electron accelerated through one volt: (E = Vq)
And I therefore believe we can define the Joule as the energy gained by one coulomb of charge accelerated through one volt.
To convert eV to joules, all we would have to do is...
Homework Statement
well the problem is electron moving in an infinite poentail box of dimensions... calc all posible energy level in (eV)
Homework Equations
E=h2/8M(nx2/a2+...
The Attempt at a Solution
ok so no idea how they get h2/8M to = 37.6 h is planks constant the units are...
Why is the plasma frequency and the relaxation frequency expressed in eV instead of Hz? eV is a measurement of energy, not frequency.
What is the plasma frequency, relaxation requency and Debe length, and how are they all related?
Thanks,
Ninja
Putting together a spreadsheet to calculate the hydrogen spectrum, cannot seem to get the right mix of units to get the Rydberg constant of 13.605... eV
also, what is the significance of R (1/n^2-1) converging to R as n gets large?
can anyone put this together or refer me to a source that...
I know that the mass of subatomic particles is usually given in electronvolts, and that c^{2} is set to 1 so that we can say, "This particle has a mass of 13 eV." However, if you divide 13 eV by c^{2}, you get an answer, x. What units is this in?
Oh, also, what units do we use c in in the...
An electron is accelerated from rest through a potential difference 1200 V. Give the electron's kinetic energy after this acceleration in electron-volts?
----I know the answer is 1200 eV but if someone could explain how to get the answer?? And how do I apply 1/2mv^2=qV
I've been reading of the Bohr model lately and I was wondering...do we only know the energy levels of electrons orbiting hydrogen or do we know these levels for other atoms? If not, is there a way to calculate this using the Shrodinger or is this just part of the whole mystery?
Thank you for...
I have a motor which i am planning on using in an electric vehicle i am designing.
http://www.azuredynamics.com/products/force-drive/documents/AC24_DMOC445ProductSheet.pdf
and want calculate the number and specs of batteries needed to run it.
I have the power demand from the motor at...
Homework Statement
Point A is at a potential of +230 V, and point B is at a potential of -140 V. An -particle is a helium nucleus that contains two protons and two neutrons; the neutrons are electrically neutral. An -particle starts from rest at A and accelerates toward B. When the -particle...
So, my physics final is tomorrow, and for the test we are given a list of constants. On this list is Planck's constant as 6.626x10^-34 J s. Now, that's all well and good, but they don't give it to us in eV s! And we need it in eV s for some of the problems. Given that we also get...
Homework Statement
http://www.strings.ph.qmul.ac.uk/~russo/QP/r06QPHYEX.pdf
Question 3.
The Attempt at a Solution
I can easily derive the equation I need, which is:
lamda = h/p
Which after some playing around with K.E =1/2mv^2 etc we obtain:
lambda (de brogile) = h/SQRT(2mKE)...
My dad and I made an EV (electric vehicle), the problem is that the batteries are not holding a charge as long as they used to. When you have your foot on the accelerator the car's the voltage drops, and when you let off of the accelerator the voltage pops right back up. the problem is that even...