What happens if...?
Compressed air car...I dont think I will ever buy one, except if everyone has one. If it's mass produced, I think it will serve its purpose, but I don't think it will be allowed in America...Europe? - maybe.
If its compressed, in a crash the air
canister might explode, doing massive damage on the car and mostly important to the driver and passengers.
Anyways if it does get in mass production, I don't think it will be soon, it will probably be too complicated.
I think the future is in hybrid cars, although they aren't as often seen.Barry's Response
We all need to think about these statements. It's either the car design or the publicity.
What's not to like about a car that doesn't use gas? Whether that be an electric or compressed air car,
the car does not have any atmospheric emissions on the road. It can only be good.
There are dangers and kinks to work out. Typically, the cylinders hold air at a pressure of 30MPa, about 300 times the atmospheric pressure at sea level. There's a good chance that would rupture with a lot of force, so safety measures are needed.
Good news: it's not flammable. Cylinders are made of a material that cracks and releases air, but doesn't release small bits of solid material. That's great.
Still, once we work out the bugs (and that might just be publicity), this thing might be ready. Search
this site for more information now.
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