The main use of electricity in transportation is traction. The use of motors to drive trains, trams and trolley buses. Transmission system vary depending on their use, vintage and country. Direct current (600 -3000V DC) overhead current collection used on tramways and railways. Conductor rail (600-750V DC) are used mainly on rapid transit and underground (subway) rail systems. Except in the United Kingdom where it is used on some main rail lines in southern England. High voltage alternating current (11-25kV AC) overhead transmission. 11kV 60Hz used in the US; 15kV 16 and two-thirds Hz used in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the Scandinavian countries; 25kV (50 or 60Hz depending on the country) developed in France after WWII and used extensively throughout the world in countries as diverse as China (50Hz), the US (60Hz), UK (50Hz) and India.
ac dc and hc completely correct!
The Niger River uses three-fourths of its total length for commercial shipping. Common modes of transportation are barges and fishing boats.
Europe mostly uses 220 to 240 volts AC current at 50 Hz.
He had no transportation.
a geographic feature that prevents or slows transportation
The Hupa used canoes for transportation.
Transportation, electricity generation, heating, and cooking.
1. Sailboats 2. Electric cars charged with electricity from windmills
What is the uses of computer in transportation and in energy?
People use electricity for lighting, heating, cooling, and refrigeration and for operating appliances, computers, electrons, machinery, and public transportation systems.
by the load of the car
A computer does not 'make' electricity, it uses it.
text that uses past tense and discuss about the kinds of transportation.
The term "load" when used in electrical terminology is a device that uses electricity.
It is the form or mode of transportation: car, train, ship, pipeline, cable (for electricity) and so on.