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Teck-Realschule, Kirchheim, GERMANY. COMENIUS PROJECT 2012-2014: “Free to move – Transports as a motor for youngsters’ mobility”. German Partner: TECK-REALSCHULE, Kirchheim / Teck. „ History of the automobile“. Teck-Realschule, Kirchheim, GERMANY. Our topics are. 1. Introduction.

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Teck-Realschule, Kirchheim, GERMANY

COMENIUS PROJECT 2012-2014:

“Free to move – Transports as a motor for youngsters’ mobility”

German Partner:

TECK-REALSCHULE,Kirchheim/Teck

„Historyofthe automobile“

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Our topics are

1. Introduction

2. 19th century

3. 20th century

4. Present

5. Future

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… a German engineernamed

Karl Benz

invented a horselesscarriage.

It was thefirst automobile with a

gasoline-poweredinternalcombustionengine.

The

Benz-Patent Motorwagen

was patented in 1886.

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The firstcartrip

In 1888 Karl Benz‘ wife, Bertha, wanted

toshowtothegeneralpublicthatthe

automobile was veryuseful.

Togetherwith her twosons (14 and 15)

shedrovethefirstlongdistancetripever –

104 km.

19th century

A pharmacy was theworld‘sfirst

fillingstation. Shesolvedtechnical

problemsbyusing her hatpinand her

garter.

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Newtechnologies

Within a few years many technologies were being

produced by different producers all over the

western world. Some are:

pneumatic

tyre

John Boyd Dunlop

1888

19th century

Rudolf Diesel

1893

Diesel engine

sparking plug

Louis Renault

1903

Robert Bosch

1901

drum brake

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Foundationofworldwidefamous

companies

  • 1890 Daimler
  • (Stuttgart)
  • 1896 Peugeot
  • (Audincourt, Lille)

19th century

  • 1898 Renault
  • (Boulogne-Billancourt)

Voiturette of Renault (1898)

  • 1899 Opel
  • (Rüsselsheim)
  • 1899 Fiat
  • (Turin)

Fiat 3 ½ HP (1899)

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Massproduction

Assembling limousinesat individual stations was not very

efficient so thecarswerevery expensive andaffordable

onlyforrichpeople.

This changed when Henry Ford devoloped the assembly line

in 1908.

The automobile became available for the middle class.

20th century

  • The firstmassproducedcar:
  • Ford Model T „Tin Lizzy“
  • 850 $
  • 20 hp, 4 V
  • v max 64-72 km/h
  • till 1972 themostsold
  • car in theworld, > 15 mio
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Oldies but Goldies

Rolls-RoyceSilver Ghost, 1920

20th century

Cadillac Type 34-A Town Sedan, 1928

Maserati 8C-3000, 1933

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Records all overtheworld

Porsche 911

Toyota Corolla

Citroën 2CV

Dreamofany sportive driver

Most soldcarever

Darling of a nation

20th century

Volkswagen Käfer

Fiat 500

Bugatti Veyron 16.4

Most expensive and

fastest carever

Likable „baby“

Car ofthe 20th century

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Epicentreofemotions…

Mercedes„Silberpfeil“ W25,

280 hp, V8 in 1934

20th century

FerrariGG 50,

540 hp, V12 in 2005

MINI-AII4-14 at Dakar rally,

181 hp, V4 in 2013

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Cars andenergy

Duringthe last decadescarsusedlessfuel - although

theirweightincreased.

This is a consequence of a permanent improvement of technology:

  • Leightweightmaterials
  • (duraluminiumandcarbonfiberinsteadofsteel)

Present

- Fuel saving tyres

- Fuel-injectionsystem

- Aerodynamic design

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Cars andsafety

Fatal accidentsdecreasedto a

highgrade duringthepastdecades.

Onereasonistheimproved

technology in cars:

Present

- Airbags

- AutomaticBraking Systems (ABS)

- Electronic StabilityControl (ESC)

Micro-Electro-

Mechanical

Systems (MEMS)

- Highlyresistantmaterials

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Requirementsforsustainability in thefuture

1. Concerningnewenginetypes

- Energyefficientand CO2 neutral

- Low emission

Future

- Quiet

Zero emission F-Cell Hydrogen Electric car:

In the fuel cell, hydrogen is directly

transformed into electrical energy.

ThreeWheelHybrid-ElectricVehicle

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Requirementsforsustainability in thefuture

2. Concerningsafety

- Consumer-friendlyandcomfortable (e.g. self-driving, self-parking)

- High safety standard

Future

Alternative driving concepts:

Vehicle-to-Vehicle

communicationV2V

Vehicle-to-Infrastructure

communicationV2I

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Just some of so many who participated in this story

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Thank you very much for going with us

along our journey through time.

We hope you have enjoyed yourselves.

Bye, bye…

Katja

Alina

Stefan

Lilith

Elfriede

Sebastian

Johannes