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CVDC Represented at VPPC 2011

last modified Sep 19, 2011 08:51 AM
Will Midgley presented recent results of his research into regenerative braking for articulated heavy vehicles at the Vehicle Propulsion and Power Conference 2011 in Chicago, USA.

Will Midgley, a PhD student working with the CVDC, attended the biennial Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference in Chicago, USA. VPPC 2011 was sponsored by the IEEE and was a four day showcase of leading-edge research into vehicle power and alternative drivetrains, with plenary speakers and presenters from around the world.

Will's presentation was titled 'Specifying a Hydraulic Regenerative Braking System for an Articulated Urban Delivery Vehicle', and was well-received by the attendees.

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