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During this revised variation, magnificent colour images and explanatory step by step captions aspect the set up of the most well-liked, sensible, and precious improvements for lovers of various ability degrees. This quantity is key for somebody trying to improve his or her vintage automobile to fashionable criteria.

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Using as an example the manganese alkaline primary battery pack within the Autosub AUV we have shown how basic theory and data from experiments on capacity can be combined to derive a simple model for a fuel gauge algorithm for use in a vehicle. West for supplying copies of papers on batteries. Gwyn Griffiths and Andrew Webb thank all of the members of the Autosub team for the information that they have provided for this chapter. 3. 1 INTRODUCTION Historically, the interior ocean has been mainly observed using instruments lowered from research ships or, later, suspended from moorings.

4 V. Using a methanol fuel cell within an AUV would pose engineering challenges in recycling part of the generated water and in disposing of the carbon dioxide. At least one AUV developer is committed to producing a vehicle based on a fuel cell. 5 m s-1 (Aoki, 2001). The fuel cell uses compressed hydrogen and oxygen in gaseous form (at 50 MPa pressure) feeding a stack of 43 cells of 170 mm by 190 mm, weighing 2 kg (Aoki and Shimura, 1997). With the necessary support systems, including gas storage and the pre-heating battery, the total system weight is 70 kg, leading to an overall energy density of 103 Wh kg-1.

Capacitors with power densities up to 4000 W kg-1 and energy densities of 15 Wh kg-1 are claimed to be possible (Eureka, 1998). Capacitors with power densities of 9 Wh kg-1 have been made, but the technology is still maturing and the costs remain high. While the low energy density of supercapacitors may exclude them from being used in most AUVs, they could be attractive for some applications including untethered shortrange UUVs or seabed vehicles operating from underwater rapid-charging stations.

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