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Future Meets Reality: Evonik Technologies Experimental Car
  Print Print this event   Add to calendarhttp://11-02-2013 10:00:0011-02-2013 15:30:0015Future Meets Reality: Evonik Technologies Experimental CarFuture Meets Reality: Evonik Technologies Experimental CarEngineering East Hall - AtriumIzzo, Joan L.jlizzo@vcu.eduDD/MM/YYYY
 
Date and Time   Monday, February 11, 2013
10:00 am - 3:30 pm

 
Location   Engineering East Hall - Atrium,   Monroe Park Campus
 
Sponsor(s)   Engineering:Mechanical Engineering
 
Speaker   Bill Bunting, Sr. Scientist, Consumer Specialties Comfort and Insulation and Team of Engineers
 
Audience   All
 
Description   Evonik Technologies scientists and engineers will display the exploratory car "Wind Explorer" and answer your questions on how it crossed Australia in under $15 of energy costs. The Wind Explorer is an electric, wind, solar vehicle with its own power supply. The experimental car weighs less than 440 pounds and reaches speeds of 40 miles per hour. Kites can drive this lightweight solar/electric/wind vehicle and the rechargeable lithium-ion battery allows the car to travel up to 225 miles per day. Is this new lightweight construction and lithium-ion technology a response to the problem of global warming? The car will be on display for all VCU students, faculty and staff. Learn how this dynamic vehicle was constructed and how it traveled 3,000 miles across the continent in 18 days.
 
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  Izzo, Joan L.
804 852 5661
jlizzo@vcu.edu

 
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804 852 5661
jlizzo@vcu.edu
 

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