In-wheel motor system could have buses driving in circles

Protean, the British builder of in-wheel electric motors has a new idea for electric buses. Not only should they use Protean’s in-wheel electric motors, they could use them on the company’s newly developed suspension arms that could allow each wheel to rotate 360 degrees on its own axis. Once all four wheels can spin around…

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New database to speed creation of innovative steels

Researchers from the National University of Science and Technology (MISIS) in Russia have developed a database that will help create new grades of steels. This will speed up the process of creating innovative steel grades with specified strength and ductility allow at least 10 times, which will allow manufacturing car bodies of the most complex…

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