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Motala museum – Speed
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Motala museum – Speed

februari 25th, 2015 | by Rasmus Rynell
In a former post of mine I talked about a trip to a museum in Motala. In this post I forgot to mention that I also noticed that the shape of cars has changed a lot. This is probably not only because of the trends...
The evolution of speed
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The evolution of speed

februari 25th, 2015 | by Jacob Almrot
The first cars was really slow and they only had 4 horsepower. The top speed of those cars where 12km/h. Cars back then wasn’t as useful as they are now. A horse and a carriage had the speed of 8-12km/h so you could travel at...
”The museum of possibilities”
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”The museum of possibilities”

februari 24th, 2015 | by Jacob Laving
This post is going to be more about the museum of motors in general. I think that this trip was very inspiring and it gave me a ton of cool ideas. What kind of functions a vehicle should have, what design it should have and...
Motala museum!
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Motala museum!

februari 24th, 2015 | by Rasmus Rynell
Earlier this week me and my class visited a museum here in Sweden called Motala motormuseum. At this museum there is a lot of old cars, bikes and things like that. When we where there we got a guided tour and I noticed some...
Hybrid solutions now and then
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Hybrid solutions now and then

februari 24th, 2015 | by Jacob Laving
Today me and the rest of TE14 went on a field trip to the Motor museum of Motala. Whilst we were there we got to see some amazing car and bike history. One thing I saw that catched my attention was a car that looked...
Engine efficiency
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Engine efficiency

februari 24th, 2015 | by Joel Evertsson
Today, I was at a museum in Motala with the class. The exhibition was about vehicle history. One thing that I started thinking about was that how inefficient the engines was. For exenple there was this Lamborghini Countach, it...
Drive shafts in bicycles
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Drive shafts in bicycles

februari 24th, 2015 | by Julia Hjalmarsson
At the Motor Museum in Motala, I saw this strange looking bike. The bike wasn’t chain-driven, instead of a chain the bike had a drive shaft. This made me wonder why our bikes doesn’t look like that today, so I googled it. I...
Differences
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Differences

februari 24th, 2015 | by Jennifer Goding
The design of the cars has been improved a lot through time. In the museum I saw the big difference between the cars in the old days and from now. The engines has been improved into a more simple and understanding way. And the...
Saltwater-powered sports car
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Saltwater-powered sports car

februari 24th, 2015 | by Jimmy Alenius
The Quantino concept is a small coupe that is smaller than the other nanoFlowcell Quant E and Quant F concepts. Even though it measures just over 150-feet long, nanoFlowcell says that the concept is an electric vehicle for...
Gravity Powered Airplane
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Gravity Powered Airplane

februari 23rd, 2015 | by Jacob Almrot
The plane uses gravity to travel long distains by just gliding through the air. The plane uses helium to become lighter than air then it lifts off in a vertical direction. There is electric motors on the side of the plane so it...