Timeline of Vehicle History in .NET framework

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Studying vehicle history is similar to looking at any economic phenomenon iPods are a good example The first iPod was a novelty; the one hundredth created a strong desire to own one By the ten thousandth, you own one; by the one millionth, the novelty has worn off; and after the hundred millionth, they re considered ubiquitous The same with vehicles past events shift the background climate and affect current consumer wants and needs The innovative Model T of the 1910s was an outdated clunker in the 1920s The great finned wonders of the 1950s and muscle cars of the 1960s were an anachronism by the 1970s A vehicle that was once in great demand is now only junkyard material because consumer wants and needs change Figure 3-1 is rather busy, but studying it gives you clues to the rise and fall of the three types of vehicles in one picture steam, electric, internal combustion plus the interrelationship between them during the three stages of vehicle history Figure 3-1 shows that steam has been passed by as a vehicle power source but electric vehicles, dominant in urban areas at the turn of the century, are again returning to favor as the majority of the world s industrial nations become urbanized, but petroleum-based fuels are becoming more expensive and availability more politically dependent Nearly
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Steam (1770 1920)
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Figure 3-1
Histor y of electric vehicles
100 golden years of the internal combustion engine vehicle, which swamped the early steam and electric offerings in a wave of cheap gasoline prices and offered the ability to travel where there were no tracks, are declining It should be noted, however, that this trend has played out in fits and starts repeatedly over the last several decades, most prominently in the 1990s, when electric vehicles were made in response to California s Zero Emission Vehicle Mandate but were mostly reclaimed and destroyed by automakers a few years later While we are on the cusp of seeing electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids built, it remains to be seen how these technologies will play out politically and in the marketplace A brief look at electric vehicle history is helpful in understanding why electric vehicles came, went away, and are back again
The Timeline of Electric Cars
Steam engines came first, followed by electric motors, and finally by internal combustion engines The close proximity of coal and iron deposits in the northern latitudes of what came to be known as the industrialized nations United States, Europe/England, and Asia made the steam engine practical The thriving post-industrial revolution economy provided by the steam engine created the climate for electrical invention Electrical devices made the internal combustion engine possible Vehicles powered by them followed the same development sequence
Up Until 1915
This period marked the transition from the novelty era (most bystanders were amazed that these devices actually worked) to the practical era, where early buyers just wanted a vehicle to go from one point to another with minimum hassle, and finally to the production era In the production era, after nearly 3,000 vehicle manufacturers had come and gone, the survivors fell into two camps those able to make a profit catering to custom needs at a high market price, and those offering a standard solution
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at a low market price Steam and electric offerings were overwhelmed by the dominance of cheap oil and gasoline and virtually disappeared as competitors to internal combustion engine vehicles after 1915
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