Splitting I.C.E. - a kindle ebook by Frank Sherosky

Splitting I.C.E. challenges the auto industry to reduce emissions and meet the 54.5 MPG mandate for 2025 with a more cost-effective technology approach - splitting the Otto cycle engine for greater thermodynamic management.

As the auto industry attempts to meet the mandate with electrification, the public wonders if they will ever be able to afford it. Thus, affordability is a major concern and effects acceptance by the masses.

Splitting I.C.E addresses that issue in a business case fashion, showing how electric-assisted hybrids and full electric vehicles are not profitable, even with government (taxpayer) support. That truly makes Splitting I.C.E. an eye opener for the public as well as auto industry
analysts, engineers and managers.

Readers especially discover more than just how the auto industry's next
evolutionary step for internal combustion engines can change 21st Century
cars and trucks, but why it must; and why its main benefits of
affordability and lower emissions support the path of the green agenda – a

While full electrification indeed has great potential, the cost of
lithium-ion batteries inhibits its own acceptance. Split cycle engine
design is one technology approach that is affordable and has the potential
to solve that problem as well as another problem in modern society -
inefficient use of transport energy.

Perhaps that’s why U.S. government and industry reports openly admit the
internal combustion engine (ICE), not full electrification, will remain
the primary propulsion system for autos and trucks even by 2030; some
industry analysts say 2050. With the 2025 mandate of 54.5 MPG already in
place, automotive manufacturers are already facing the inevitable truth:
the internal combustion engine (I.C.E.) based on the Otto Cycle will now
require a major change in its 130 year DNA so as to meet its full
efficiency potential.

What other fine books focus on expensive plug-ins, this book, "Splitting
I.C.E." reveals the real alternate reality, with scalable split-cycle,
internal combustion engines and air hybrid vehicles leading the way.

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