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  • General Motors : A Motor Vehicle Company

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    Company background General Motors (GM) is a motor vehicle company that is involved in designing, manufacturing, marketing, and distributing vehicles and vehicle parts. The company began in Flint, Michigan with founder William “Billy” Durant in 1908. Durant’s philosophy and strategy was to “[build] a car for every purse and purpose” that would change the world of automobiles and transportation for consumers. General Motors entered the global market in 1982 beginning with Zaragoza, Spain and slowly

  • Electric Motors And The Future Of Electric Motors

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    comes on. This involves a but ton of electricity. Our past ancestors would love to have these electric motors that we have today. You will find these motors from everything to electric trains and remote controlled cars. As an example we will use a computer. They usually have two but the biggest ones can have up to 12. They usually are used from the fan to cool it down and the hard drive. These motors are in everything we use these days. From the fans we use to the hair dryers to dry our hair. Without

  • Stepper Motors

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    Forth to interact with the real world. We will explore how to control motors of various types (such as servomotors and stepper motors), switch power to devices, and sense the environment. Each article will present a project that can be used to demonstrate the ideas we are going to discuss. In this first article, I want to lay the foundation for the future columns and discuss the use of the PC parallel port to control stepper motors. We will adopt the fantasy that we are working on some microprocessor-based

  • Tesla Motors

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    Tesla Motors Table of Contents Executive Summary 3 1. Introduction Chapter 4 2. Motivation 4 3. Research question and Sub questions 4 4. Interpretation 4 5. Scope/Delimitation 5 6. Methodology 6 6.1 Project type 6 6.2 Method 7 6.3 Theories and models used 7 6.4 Data collection 10 6.5 Structure 11 6.6 Critisium sources 11 7. Analysis 12 Part 1 12 7.1 Sub question 1 12 7.2 Sub question 2 17

  • General Motors

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    Recommendations and Action Plan to bring about the changes needed at General Motors INTRODUCTION This research paper presents some recommendations and a related action plan to address the strategic changes which are deemed crucial to the survival of General Motors (GM). An overview of the contemporary situation at the corporation is provided in this section of the paper, which is then followed by specific recommendations and a strategic plan of action to bring about the changes which are necessary

  • General Motors : Chief Motors Essay

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    2016 GENERAL MOTORS General Motors is one of the largest car manufacturing companies in the world. Best known for their automobiles, General motors have become a household name and an empire. It did so not only by selecting the right brands and manufacturers to work with but by remaining innovative and creating designs as rapidly as society develops. If you don’t think of GM when thinking of the auto industry, surely one of their many popular brands comes to mind. The general motors company is home

  • General Motors

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    SWOT analysis of General Motors This is a General Motors Company SWOT analysis for 2013. For more information on how to do SWOT analysis please refer to our article. Company background General Motors Company (GM) is a corporate that designs, builds and sells cars and trucks. Name Industries served Geographic areas served Headquarters Current CEO Revenue Profit Employees Main Competitors General Motors Company Automotive Worldwide U.S. Daniel Akerson $ 152.3 billion (2012) $ 4.9 billion (2012)

  • Tesla Motors

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    Andrew Martin COMM 336 Informative Paper 4/4/2013 Tesla Motors Tesla Motors is a car company that designs, manufactures and sells electric vehicles. This public company was founded in 2003 by Ian Wright, JB Straubel, Marc Tarpenning, Martin Eberhard and most notably Elon Musk. Its headquarters is located in Palo Alto, California, with its main production plant in Fremont, California. The company was named after Nikola Tesla, a renowned electrical engineer and physicist. Its goal is to

  • The Motor Effect

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    2.1 Motors use the effect of forces on current-carrying conductors in magnetic fields 2.1.1 The motor effect The motor effect is where a force acts on a current-carrying conductor in a magnetic field. The right hand palm rule is used to find certain properties: fingers point to magnetic field, thumb points in DC direction and palm points to direction of the force. 2.1.2 Factors affecting the force acting on the current-carrying conductor Forces are experienced by the electrons in the conductor

  • Tesla Motors

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    INTRODUCTION Tesla Motors is a global enterprise specializing in the design, production, and marketing of electric powered vehicles founded in 2003 by the young businessman, Elon Musk. Elon is well known for co-founding paypal, and now he amazes the world again with his incredible vision of Tesla Motors, and being the main product architect. Tesla Motors appeals to the environmentally friendly market, by currently being the only company to sell a zero-emission sports car. Tesla’s fundamental

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