REEV

AcronymDefinition
REEVRange Extended Electric Vehicle (automobile)
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"I am extremely proud of our team of talented designers and engineers at GMTC-I who developed the Range Extended Electric Vehicle (REEV) prototype.
Joining Nicholson at the REEV unveiling, Brian McMurray, GMTC-I Vice president engineering and operations, said the intellectual horsepower of GM's designers and engineers in India was further demonstrated in the team's 71 technical papers accepted by FISITA, covering various innovation areas.
REEV competition will explore the new age technology in automotive industry such as hybridization, light weighting, optimization, range extension, fuel awareness etc.
The fuel cell REEV reduces the discharge energy throughput achieved with the ICE REEV by 24% for the NEDC and 18% for the Artemis urban drive cycle.
By applying the ECE-R101 test procedure [16] to the ICE REEV the combined fuel consumption and tailpipe C[O.sub.2] emissions are 0.7 L/l00km and 16 g/km respectively.
Saskia Reeves and Bernard Hill, Steven Mackintosh, Saskia Reeves, Liz White, Morven Christie, Daniel Rigby, Ben Ryan Davies and Leon Harropco-star.
Hummer, a subsidiary of General Motors Corporation (NYSE: GM), is equipping its Hummer H3 ReEV with a battery pack produced by Electrovaya, a Mississauga-based portable power company.
Former assistant coach Aaqib Javed and former chief selector Abdul Qadir are in contention, while the three foreigners shortlisted are Dav Whatmore, Dean Jones (both Australia) and Dermot Reev (England), the report added.
Geely's two-seat McCar, Dongfeng's Shuaike microvan, the four-seat M1 REEV from Chery and many pure electric cars made in China have an electric range of no more than 160 kilometers (100 miles), no better than affordable pure EVs in the West, Korea and Japan.
Moreover, research using adolescent participants and soccer players has used and found support for these three macro-level dimensions of coping (e.g., Amiot, Gaudreau & Blanchard, 2004; Kaiseier, Polman & Nicholls, 2012; Reeves, Nicholls & McKenna, 2009; Reeves, Nicholls & McKenna, 2011).