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Evolution of a Product:Car


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Evolution of a Product:Car

  1. 1. By: SusmitSukthankar& <br />Thomas Hickey<br />Evolution and Life Cycle <br />of the Car<br />
  2. 2. What is an Automobile?<br />An automobile is a wheeled vehicle that carries its own motor and transports passengers.<br />Parts of modern cars:<br />All these parts are important for the car to run properly.<br />Spark Plug<br />Battery<br />Starter Motor<br />Firing Distributer<br />Plug Cable<br />Ignition Coil<br />
  3. 3. History<br />1885<br />Karl Benz creates worlds first practical automobile. <br />
  4. 4. History<br />1796<br />1832-1839<br />Cugnot’s invention was a military tractor run by a steam engine.<br />It was used by the French Army to haul artillery at a whopping speed of 2 1/2 mph on only three wheels.<br />Had to stop every 10-15 min. to work up enough power to move.<br /> Robert Anderson’s electric cars used rechargeable batteries that powered a small electric motor.<br />The vehicles were heavy, slow, expensive, and needed to stop for recharging frequently.<br />Not a very effective form of transportation.<br />
  5. 5. History<br />1876<br />1885<br /> Nicolaus Otto built the first practical four-stroke internal combustion engine called the "Otto Cycle Engine”.<br />His four-stoke engine that was universally adopted for all liquid-fueled automobiles.<br />Effective and Efficient<br />Karl Benz was a German mechanical engineer.<br />His automobile was powered by the internal combustion engine.<br /> He was the first inventor to integrate an internal combustion engine with a chassis.<br />
  6. 6. History<br />1913-1914<br />1960-1970<br />Henry Ford invented an improved assembly line and installed the first conveyor belt-based assembly line.<br />The assembly line reduced production costs for cars by reducing assembly time.<br />Ford became the world’s biggest car manufacturer<br /> Hybrid vehicles were created to reduce the problems of exhaust emissions from internal combustion engines. <br />Hybrid vehicles become more mainstream.<br />Used by companies in transportation to reduce spending.<br />
  7. 7. History<br />1990-<br />Several legislative and regulatory actions in the United States and worldwide have renewed electric vehicle development efforts.<br /> The “Big Three” are actively involved in electric vehicle development through the Partnership for a New Generation of Vehicles (PNGV).<br />Many actions have been taking to reduce the carbon footprint of automobiles.<br />
  8. 8. The Car Through the Ages<br />
  9. 9. Today<br />Cars have become an integral part of our lives today. We cannot live without them, but this comes at a price.<br />Our environment is continually being affected adversely by CO2 emissions.<br />How long can this last?<br />
  10. 10. The Life Cycle<br />1. Raw materials are gathered.<br />2. Car is built in the assembly line.<br />3. Completed Car is taken to car dealerships.<br />4. Consumer buys ,uses, and may repair the car.<br />5. Car is stripped of parts and scrapped<br />
  11. 11. Raw Materials<br />Glass, steel, rubber, plastic, copper, lithium, silicon and aluminum are processed and used to construct the car.<br />Rubber is stripped from previous tires and reused.<br />Other reusable parts are broken down and reused in a new car.<br />
  12. 12. Assembly Line<br /> Cars are moved through different stations in a line. Parts are added individually onto the car.<br />Faster way to meet consumer’s needs through quick and efficient building.<br />Automated machines now help in speeding along production on the assembly line.<br />
  13. 13. To the Dealership<br />Manufacturers ship out cars to privately owned car dealerships.<br />Dealerships sell the vehicle for the manufacturer and share the profits with them.<br />Some dealerships allow buyers to trade in cars which continue onto other consumers or are scrapped. <br />
  14. 14. Consumer Use & Repair<br />Consumer uses the car for as long he/she sees it fit to drive.<br />Based on mileage, consumers may trade in a car for a newer one. The average car’s life is around 7.6 years.<br />To increase the life of a car, the consumer might get parts repaired.<br />After the consumer no longer needs the vehicle, it is sold or scrapped.<br />
  15. 15. End of the Line<br />Parts recycled will include the alloy wheels, rubber, plastics and metals. <br />These parts/materials will be sold on to companies that can reclaim the materials for further use. <br />The waste of the car is removed and all other metal is melted down to be removed.<br />
  16. 16. Sources<br />Bellis, M. (2005, April 10). The History of the automobile. Retrieved from <br />Abdullah, A. (2007, September 17). Know the basic car components. Retrieved from<br />Bottorff, W.W. (2003, January 31). The First car- a history of the automobile. Retrieved from<br />Automobile history- invention of the automobile. (2005, March 8). Retrieved from<br />Farrelly, L. (2009, September 21). How Do assembly lines put together car bodies?. Retrieved from <br />Ryan, V. (2007). The Life cycle of a product. Retrieved from <br />Production of high quality secondary raw materials. (n.d.). Retrieved from <br />How the Automobile is made. (2007). Retrieved from <br />
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