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NASA’s new technology brings a solution for EV charging.Everyone knows that the future is in the hands of Electronic vehicles. The world already exploits more natural resources. Who knows, in a decade natural resources all over the world will be used by mankind. This electronic vehicle will be a great alternative to gasoline vehicles.
Comparing to gasoline vehicles, which consume lots of natural resources this electrical vehicle is the best option. Starting from the 19th century this electrical vehicle concept emerged into the world. After that researchers grew more interested in developing electronic vehicles. Many organization invests in this electronic vehicle. From time to time new features are developed by researchers. But the drawback of this electronic vehicle is charging. These vehicle takes more than ten hours to charge. Many researchers are trying to find a better solution to this problem. After a long time, NASA finds a new technology for these vehicles. Let’s discuss the new technology of NASA’s electronic vehicle on charging.
Researchers from NASA developed a new Technology for the international space station. But it turns out to be that the technology becomes a solution for electronic vehicle charging. By using this technology these electronic vehicles will be charged in five minutes.
Researchers develop this technology to cool the temperatures of the system in the space station. In the space station, electrical systems generate more heat. Because of that, the flowing of the current is higher than usual. NASA’s new technology sub-cooled flow boiling cools the cables with high charges. It makes the electricity flow faster than usual without overheating the components.
NASA claims that its new heat transfer system can reduce the charging time by five minutes at the charging stations. This heat transfer system has become a great solution for the electronic vehicles’ main problem. This new technology brings light to electronic vehicle owners.