A car equipped with microcontrollers and a tiny radio-transmitter
joseph at kirtland.com
Sat Jan 21 11:49:16 CST 2012
Don't CNG vehicles also have a 4000psi tank? The Utah Transit Authority commuter van I used to ride in was a natural gas vehicle.
On Jan 21, 2012, at 10:01 AM, Louis Mamakos wrote:
> If you've ever driven around India (or at least Mumbai where I was for 10 weeks on and off), you don't really get up that much speed to be involved in may serious accidents. It's not the glued body I'd be worried about, but the 4000psi pressurized tank! Curiously, they don't discuss the horn, which is used more frequently than turn signals. An air-horn driven off the compressed propulsion air would be awesome!
> "HORN OK PLEASE" - seen on the back of every truck/lorry on the street. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horn_OK_Please
> On Jan 21, 2012, at 11:37 AM, Joseph Bento wrote:
>> The compressed air propulsion sounds intriguing, but a glued body? It's more like "I look forward to ENDING my life in one of these."
>> Joe, N6DGY
>> On Jan 21, 2012, at 9:14 AM, Phil wrote:
>>> Well, I look forward to entrusting my life to one of these.
>>> Phil M1GWZ
>>> On 21 Jan 2012, at 16:09, Andre Kesteloot wrote:
>>>> and, from another web site:
>>>> The MiniCAT which is a simple, light urban car, with a tubular chassis that is glued, not welded, and a body of fiberglass powered by compressed air.
>>>> Microcontrollers are used in every device in the car, so one tiny radio transmitter sends instructions to the lights, indicators, etc.
>>>> André N4ICK
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