Incorporating Graphene In An Electric Vehicle
Organized by: Isabella Thirlby
Regenerative energy innovation in engine vehicles fuses capacitors, which balance out the power delivered by the framework. The current conductive materials inside these capacitors are constrained by their regular properties.
Our research work is based on the concept of incorporating graphene into a little scale regenerative energy system to enhance the scope of an electric vehicle. This project will research how a high amount of graphene of an atomic surface can be utilized as a part of a capacitor. Our main objective is to implement a regenerative framework using graphene supercapacitors in an electric vehicle on a little scale. The graphene supercapacitors will be incorporated into a golf cart.
We lack the required amount to start this research and cannot afford to carry on this project , therefore we are raising this fundraising campaign to gather the necessary funds to support this project.
Isabella Thirlby – Electrical Engineer at Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base
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