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Monday, August 8, 2016

Audi was developing a nuclear-powered car?

Researchs conducted by automotive manufacturers are unlimited, they continue to compete to create an eco-friendly cars with renewable energy sources. And a Russian designer named Grigory Gorin thinks the answer could be nuclear fusion, which he shows off in the Audi nuclear-powered concept car.
Audi nuclear-powered car concept named 'Mesarthim F-Tron Quattro' by Grigory Gorin. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1cwir2)
As quoted from Motor1, this concept car is named Mesarthim F-Tron Quattro and is named after the Mesarthim star system in the Aries constellation. It’s a fittingly complicated name for a car.

And if the manufacturer agree on the concept car and then doing research and successful, then the F-Tron Quattro became the first car in the world that carries nuclear power.
Left side view of Audi Mesarthim F-Tron Quattro concept car by Grigory Gorin. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1cwir2)
Car of the future uses the reaction scheme of nuclear reactor and some plasma injectors which produces steam through the heat reactor. The steam will drive a turbine to drive the heat generator.

The generator charges the batteries located at the front and along the sides of the car, and the batteries, in turn, power the wheel-mounted electric motors. Flywheels help acceleration and power the plasma injectors, while condensers ensure the steam can be reused, making the whole set-up a closed system.
Cross section view of Audi Mesarthim F-Tron Quattro concept car by Grigory Gorin. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1cwir2)
By using 3D-printed monocoque chassis from a lightweight metal alloy with polymers for added support. It encloses the powertrain so closely that it can only be accessed by removing sections of the detachable chassis.
Rear side view of Audi Mesarthim F-Tron Quattro concept car by Grigory Gorin. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1cwir2)
There’s also a magnetic hydro-dynamic system that uses a tank of magnetic fluid mounted beneath the car to reach with a magnetic road surface to create downforce and improve handling.
Definitely don’t expect to see anything like this on the road anytime soon. Because it need very high costs for infrastructure, not like to building the infrastructure of the hydrogen-powered cars. Currently this is just a dream, and only exists in its designer laptop. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | MOTOR1 | BOLDRIDE]
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