IAU Researcher Manufactures an Alternative Fuel Vehicle

Sunday, December 22, 2019 - 12:29

A faculty member of Khorramabad Islamic Azad University has succeeded to manufacture a car which can generate energy and move with three natural resources.

According to an ISCA report, Hajar Bagheri explained that the “Q Car” is reliant on renewable fuels and can supply its power through water, wind and solar energies.

While new drilling technologies and oil reserves are taking the pressure off gasoline prices and peak production issues, demand for alternative fuel vehicles continues to grow.

Environmental concerns and government regulations have made finding substitutes for the conventional gasoline-powered internal combustion engine a priority for both manufacturers and consumers.

In this regard, she added that this car is considered as the first vehicle in the world which is powered by alternative fuels including water, wind and solar energies.

As Bagheri noted, this car is in the concept phase right now, which is the initial phase of research and involves the intellectual process of developing a research idea into a realistic and appropriate research design.


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