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[科技前沿] 【整理】2010-12-29&01-01 电动车之沉默不是金

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Silence not golden for electric cars


UK researchers say laws to force silent electric vehicles to make a warning noise are inevitable after news from the U.S. that twice as many pedestrians and cyclists are hit by hybrid EVs compared to conventional vehicles. Stuart McDill reports.

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This is Elvin, silent electric power truck. It's making a noise for itself. Designed at the university of Warwick in England, while researchers are trying to design what noise silent vehicle should make if they are forced to by law. Something professor Paul Jenning says it's now inevitable.



It's definitely coming, I think it's been prompted by the fact that there are now real statistics that sadly possibly showing an increasing accident rates for silent hybrid vehicles at the moment. I think it's only at low speed, I think, the interest is really at low speed while the quietness is most evident.



The Warwick manufacturing groups have spent years working with industry to make cars quieter. Now, they are in reverse gear.



So, what we want to do is to try to investigate sounds that are gonna be safe, a minimum effect in the enviroment and are gonna give some creativities for manufacturers.



The team want to know what kind of noise is most effective, and they've adapted Elvin to make different noises on different days. It is driven around the campus by one of the team to Sam Jo.



If you ask the general public what they think, I mean, an electric vehicle should sound like, you're more likely to get an answer that relates back to science fiction movies. So, we have had also some suggestions from the Jackson' to Star war, Star Treck.



The sounds have been designed by Novelson, a consultancy that develops tools to help car manufacturers predict future behavior, including how our towns and cities might sound in 20 years, if we all got an electric.



It's all very well to investigate what one car sounds like because it drives around in today's enviroment. But what happens when you have hundreds of them, thousands of them.



Researchers say modern cars are now so quiet that any future legislation could apply to all vehicles, not just the electric ones.



Stuart McDill, Reuters, Coventry

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This is Elvin, silent electric-powered truck. That's making a noise for itself. Designed at the University of Warwick in England, where researchers are trying to decide what noise silent vehicle should make if they are forced to by law. Something professor Paul Jenny says it's now inevitable.

It's definitely coming. I think it's being prompted by the fact that there are now real statistics that saddly possibly showing increase in accident rates for sonic hybrid electronic vehicles at the moment. I think it's only a low speed. I think the interest is really a low speed where the quietness is much evident.

The Warwick manufacturing group have spend years working with industry to make cars quieter. Now they are in revert scale.

So what we want to do is trying to investigate sounds that are gonna be safe, have not been affected by the environment and are gonna give some creativity to the manufacturers.

The team want to know what kind of noises are most effective and have adapted Elvin to make different noises on different days is it driven around the campus by one of the team to decide the //.

If you ask the general public what they think an electric vehicle should sound like? You more likely get an answer that related back to science fiction movies, so we've had all sorts of suggestions from the Jacksons, Starwar, Startrack.

The sounds have been designed by novelists. The consultancy that developes tools to help car manufacturers predict future behaviour, including how are towns and cities might sound in 20 years if we all got electric.

It's all very well to investigate what one car sounds like as drives around into days environment, but what happens when you have hundreds of them, thousands of them?

Researchers say modern cars are now quiet that any future legislation could apply toward vehicles, not just the electric ones.

Stuart McDill, Reuters, Coventry
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This is elvin, silent electric-powered truck that's making a noise for itself. Designed at University of Warwick in England, our researchers are trying to decide what noise silent vehicles should make if they are forced to by law, somthing professor Paul Jening says is now inevitable.

It's definitely coming, I think it's been prompted by the fact there are now real statistics that sadly are, possibly showing increasing accident rates for silent hybrid electric vehicles at the moment. I think it's only at low speed, I think the interest is really at low speed where the quietness is much evident.

They Warwick manufacturing group has spent years with industry to make cars quieter, now they are in reverse gear.

So what we wanna do is trying to investigate sounds that are gonna be safe and have a low effect to environment and are gonna give some creativities to the manufacturers.

The team want to know what kind of noise is most effective and have adapted elvin to make different noises on different days as it's driven around the campus by one of the teamer, Juset Judychile.

If you ask the general public what they think an electric vehicle should sound like, you're more likely to get answers that relate back to science fiction movies. So we've had also some suggestions from the Jacksons to Star War, Star Shrek.

The sounds have been designed by Novison, the consultancy that developes tools to help car manufactures predict future behavior, including how our towns and cities might sound in 20 years if we've all gone electric.

It's all very well to investigate what one car sounds like as it dirves around in today's environment. But what happens when you have hundreds of them, thousands of them.

Researchers say modern cars are now so quiet that any future legislation could apply to all vehicles, not just the elctric ones. Stuart McDill, Reuters, Coventry.
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This is Elvin, silent electric-powered truck. That's making a noise for itself. Designed at the University of Warwick in England, where researchers are trying to decide what noise silent vehicle should make if they are forced to by law. Something professor Paul Jenny says it's now inevitable.

It's definitely coming. I think it's being prompted by the fact that there are now real statistics that saddly possibly showing increase in accident rates for sonic hybrid electronic vehicles at the moment. I think it's only a low speed. I think the interest is really a low speed where the quietness is much evident.

The Warwick manufacturing group have spend years working with industry to make cars quieter. Now they are in reverse gear.

So what we want to do is trying to investigate sounds that are gonna be safe, have not been affected by the environment and are gonna give some creativity to the manufacturers.

The team want to know what kind of noises are most effective and have adapted Elvin to make different noises on different days is it driven around the campus by one of the team to decide the //.

If you ask the general public what they think an electric vehicle should sound like? You more likely get an answer that related back to science fiction movies, so we've had all sorts of suggestions from the Jacksons, Starwar, Startrack.

The sounds have been designed by novelists. The consultancy that developes tools to help car manufacturers predict future behaviour, including how are towns and cities might sound in 20 years if we all got electric.

It's all very well to investigate what one car sounds like as drives around into days environment, but what happens when you have hundreds of them, thousands of them?

Researchers say modern cars are now quiet that any future legislation could apply toward vehicles, not just the electric ones.

Stuart McDill, Reuters, Coventry
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Thisis “elvin”, silent, electric power truck but making a noise itself.


Scientistsin University of Warwick in England recently are trying to design what noise silentvehicle should make. If they force to by law, something Professor Paul Jeninsays is now inevitable.


“It’sdefinitely coming. I think it’s been prompted by the rule now. Realisticssuddenly possible showing going, increasing accident rights, suddenly hybrid-electrothey crews among them. I think only a low speed, I think the interest rate isonly a low speed where the quietness is the most evidence.”


TheWarwick Manufacturing Group spend a year woking with industry to make carsquiter. Now they are in reverse again.


“Soall we wanna do is try to investigate sounds that’s gonna be safe, have minimaleffect on environment and gonna give some creativities in manufacturers.”


Theteam want to know what kind of noise most effective and adaptive element tomake different noises on different days as it drifts around the campus by oneof the peers. Professor Judicher.


“Ifyou ask the general public what they think an electric vehicle should soundlike, you more likely get an answer relates back to science fiction movies.Sowe had also suggestions from the Jeson, the Star Track.”


Thesound is designed by Noveson, consultancy that develops tools to help carmanufacturers predict future behavior, including how towns and city might soundin 20 years, if we all gone electric.”


“It’sall gone well to investigate how one car sounds like, ‘cause it drives aroudnin today’s environment. But what happens when you have hundreds of, thousandsof.”


Researcherssay modern cars now so quiet that any future legislation could put all vehiclesnot just the electric ones.


StewartBill, Reuters, Coventry
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This is Elvin, silent electric powered truck is making a noise for itself, designed at the university of W in England, a research is trying to decide what noise silent vehicles should make, if they are forced to by law, something Professor Paul Jenin says is now inevitable.

It’s definitely coming I think it’s been prompted by the fact that there are now real statistics that are sadly possibly showing increasing accidents rates for sunny hybrid vehicles at the moment. I think it’s only at low speed, I think their travelling is really at low speed where the quietness is much evident.

The Warrick manufacturing group has spent years working with industry to make cars quieter, now they are in the reverse gear.

So what we want to do is trying to investigate sounds that say “ok, I’m gonna be safe. I’m being no effect to the environment and I’m gonna give some creativity to the manufacturers”

The team wants to know what kind of sound is most effective. And an adapted Elvin is made to make different noises on different days. This is it’s driven around campus by one of the team—Dessat Judi Cheung.

If you ask the general public what they think an electric vehicle should sound like, you are more likely to get an answer that relates back to science fiction movies. So we have all sorts of suggestions from the Jacksons, the StarWars, StarTrek.

The sound is being designed by Noversin--the consultancy that developed tools to help car manufacturers to predict future behavior, including how our towns and cities may sound in 20 years, if we’ve all gone electric.

It’s all very well to investigate what one car sounds like, as it drives around in today’s environment, but what happens when you have hundreds of them, thousands of them.

Researchers say modern cars are now so quiet that any future legislation could apply to war vehicles, not just the electric ones. Stuart McDill Reuters, Coventry.
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This is Elvin, silent electric-powered truck. That's making a noise for itself. Designed at the University of Warwick in England, where researchers are trying to decide what noise silent vehicle should make if they are forced to by law. Something professor Paul Jenny says it's now inevitable.

It's definitely coming. I think it's being prompted by the fact that there are now real statistics that sadly possibly showing increase in accident rates for sonic hybrid electronic vehicles at the moment. I think it's only a low speed. I think the interest is really a low speed where the quietness is much evident.

The Warwick manufacturing group have
spent years working with industry to make cars quieter. Now they are in reverse gear.

So what we want to do is trying to investigate sounds that are gonna be safe, have
minimum effects in the environment and are gonna give some creativity to the manufacturers.

The team want
s to know what kind of noises are most effective and have adapted Elvin to make different noises on different days. It is driven around the campus by one of the team to set *.

If you ask the general public what they think an electric vehicle should sound like? You
are more likely get an answer that relates back to science fiction movies, so we've had all sorts of suggestions from the Jacksons to Starwar, Startrack.

The sounds have been designed by
Novelson. The consultancy that develops tools to help car manufacturers predict future behavior, including how our towns and cities might sound in 20 years if we’ve all got
electric.

It's all very well to investigate what one car sounds like as drives around
in today’s environment, but what happens when you have hundreds of them, thousands of them?

Researchers say modern cars are now quiet that any future legislation could apply
to all vehicles, not just the electric ones.

Stuart McDill, Reuters, Coventry
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This is elvin, silent electric truck is making a noise for itself, designed at the Univesity of Warwick  in England, a research is trying  to decide what noise silent vehicles should make, if they're forced to by law, something professor Paul Jeny says is now inevitable.
"It's definitely coming. I think it's been prompted by the fact that there're now real statistics that're sadly possible showing increasing accidents rates for silent hybrid electric vehciles at the minute. I think it's only at low speed, I think its entrust is really a low speed where the quiteness is much evident."
The Warwich manufacturering group spend years working with industry to make cars quieter. Now, they are in a  reverse gear.
"So what we want to do is trying to investigate sounds that I'm gonna be safe, I' m being no effect on the enviroment,and I'm gonna give some creativity to manufacturers."
The team want to know what kind of noise  is most effective, and an adapeted elvin  made to  make different noises on different days, is driven around the campus by one of the team ...
"If you ask the general public what they think electric vehclies should sound like , you're more likely to get anwsers that relates back to science fiction movies, so we had all sorts of suggestions from the Jacksons, the Starwars, Star Trek"
The sound is being designed by No, the consultancy that developed tools to help car manufactures predict future behavior, including how our towns and cities may sound in 20 years, if we 've go on electric.
"It's over the wheel to investigate what one car sounds like as it drives around in today's environment. What the happens when hundreds of them, thousands of them "
Researchers say modern cars are now so quite that any future legislation could apply to all vehciles not just the electric ones.
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This is Elvin, silent electric-powered truck. That's making a noise for itself. Designed at the University of Warwick in England, where researchers are trying to decide what noise silent vehicle should make if they are forced to by law. Something professor Paul Jenny says it's now inevitable.

It's definitely coming. I think it's being prompted by the fact that there are now real statistics that sadly possibly showing increase in accident rates for sonic hybrid electronic vehicles at the moment. I think it's only a low speed. I think the interest is really a low speed where the quietness is much evident.

The Warwick manufacturing group have spent years working with industry to make cars quieter. Now they are in reverse gear.

So what we want to do is trying to investigate sounds that are gonna
to be safe, have minimum effects in the environment and are gonna to give some creativity to the manufacturers.

The team wants to know what kind of noises are most effective and have adapted Elvin to make different noises on different days. It is driven around the campus by one of the team to set *.

If you ask the general public what they think an electric vehicle should sound like? You are more likely get an answer that relates back to science fiction movies, so we've had all sorts of suggestions from the Jacksons to Starwar, Startrack.

The sounds have been designed by Novelson. The consultancy that develops tools to help car manufacturers predict future behavior, including how our towns and cities might sound in 20 years if we’ve all
gone electric.

It's all very well to investigate what one car sounds like as drives around in today’s environment, but what happens when you have hundreds of them, thousands of them?

Researchers say modern cars are now quiet that any future legislation could apply to all vehicles, not just the electric ones.

Stuart McDill, Reuters, Coventry
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This is Eliven , silent electricity powered truck that’s are making a noise for itself , designed at university of Warwick of England , the researchers are trying to deicide what noise silent vehicle should make if they are forced by law , something professor Paul Jenning says now inevitable

It’s defiantly coming , I think it’s been prompted by the fact that there are now real statistic that sadly possibly showing and increasing accident rates for semi-hybrid electric vehicle at the moment , and I think it’s only a low speed , I think they had the interest really at a low speed , where the quietness is most evidence   

The Warwick manufacturing group has spent years working with industry to make cars quieter , now they are in reverse gear

So what we want to do is try to investigate sounds that gonna be safe , have minimum effect of the environment and again it give some creativity to the manufactories

The team wants to know what kind of sound is most effective and has adopted Eliven to make different noises to different days as it is driven around the campus by one of the team , /

If you asked the public what they think the electric vehicle should sound like , you are more likely to get an answer that relate back to science fiction movies , so we’ve had also suggestions from the Jacksons , Starwars , the Star Trac

The sound has been designed by / , the consultancy that develops tools to help car manufactories predict future believer including how our towns and cities might sound in twenty years if we’ve all gone on electric

It’s all very well to investigate what one car sounds like cause it drives around in today’s environment , but what happens when you have a hundred thousands , thousand thousands

Researchers say modern are now so quiet , that any future legislation could apply to all vehicles not just the electrical ones ,  Stuart McDill , Reuter , /
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Homework:

This is elvin, silent electric-powered truck that's making a noise for itself. Designed at University of Warwick in England, our researchers are trying to decide what noise silent vehicles should make if they are forced to by law, somthing professor Paul Jening says is now inevitable.

It's definitely coming, I think it's been prompted by the fact there are now real statistics that sadly are, possibly showing increasing accident rates for silent hybrid electric vehicles at the moment. I think it's only at low speed, I think the interest is really at low speed where the quietness is much evident.

They Warwick manufacturing group has spent years with industry to make cars quieter, now they are in reverse gear.

So what we wanna do is trying to investigate sounds that are gonna be safe and have a low effect to environment and are gonna give some creativities to the manufacturers.

The team want to know what kind of noise is most effective and have adapted elvin to make different noises on different days as it's driven around the campus by one of the teamer, Juset Judychile.

If you ask the general public what they think an electric vehicle
should sound like, you're more likely to get answers that relate back to science fiction movies. So we've had also some suggestions from the Jacksons to Star War, Star Shrek.

The sounds have been designed by Novison, the consultancy that developes tools to help car manufactures predict future behavior, including how our towns and cities might sound in 20 years if we've all gone electric.

It's all very well to investigate what one car sounds like as it dirves around in today's environment. But what happens when you have hundreds of them, thousands of them.

Researchers say modern cars are now so quiet that any future legislation could apply to all vehicles, not just the elctric ones. Stuart McDill, Reuters, Coventry.
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This is Elvin , silent electricity powered truck that is making a noise for itself , designed at university of Warwick of England , the researchers are trying to deicide what noise silent vehicles should make if they are forced to by law , something professor Paul Jenning says now inevitable

It’s definately coming , I think it’s been prompted by the fact that there are now real statistic sadly possibly showing an increasing accident rates for semi-hybrid electric vehicle at the moment , and I think it’s only a low speed , I think the interest is really a low speed , where the quietness is most evidence   

The Warwick manufacturing group has spent years working with industry to make cars quieter , now they are in reverse gear

So what we want to do is try to investigate sounds that are gonna to be safe , have minimum effect to the environment and are gonna to give some creativity of  the manufactories

The team wants to know what kind of sound is most effective and has adopted Elvin to make different noises at different days as it is driven around the campus by one of the team , /

If you ask the general public what they think the electric vehicle should sound like , you are more likely to get an answer that relates back to science fiction movies , so we’ve also had suggestions from the Jacksons , Starwars , the Star Trac

The sound has been designed by Novelson , the consultancy that develops tools to help car manufactories predict future behavior including how our towns and cities might sound in twenty years if we’ve all gone on electric

It’s all very well to investigate what one car sounds like cause it drives around in today’s environment , but what happens when you have a hundred thousands , thousand thousands

Researchers say modern are now so quiet , that any future legislation could apply to all vehicles not just the electrical ones ,  Stuart McDill, Reuters, Coventry
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This is Elvin, silent electric power truck. It's making noise for itself. Designed at university of Wollik in England, a researcher try to design what noise silent vehicle should make if that force to by law something professor Paul Janet says it's now inevitable.

It's definitely coming, I think it's prompted by the fact now real statistic saddly post be showing increasing accident rates for suddenly hurt by electric vehicles at the moment. I think it's not only low speed, I think, the interest is really low speed while quietness is most evident.

The Wallik manufacturing group's spend years working with industry to make cars quieter. Now, there're a reverse gear.

So, what we want to do is to try to investigate sounds alert they're gonna be safe, a minimum effect in enviroment and are gonna give creativities in manufacturers.

The team want to know what kind of noise is most effective, and they've adapted Elvin to make different noises on different days. It is a dream on the campus by one of team to Sam Jo.

If you ask the general public what they think, I mean, the electric vehicle should sound, like, you're more likely to get answer relates back to science fiction movies. So, we have had also suggestions from the Jackson' to Star war, Star Treck.

The sounds been designed by novice, a consultancy that develops tools to help car manufacturers predict future behavior, including how our towns and cities might sound in 20 years, if we all got an electric.

It's all very well to investigate where one side, one car sounds like because it drives around in today's enviroment. But what happens when you have hundreds or so, thousands or so.

Researchers say modern cars are now so quiet that any future legislation could apply to all vehicles, not just electric ones.

Stuart McDill, Reuters, Ceventry
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This is Elvin, silent electric-powered truck. That's making a noise for itself. Designed at the University of Warwick in England, where researchers are trying to decide what noise silent vehicle should make if they are forced to by law. Something professor Paul Jenny says it's now inevitable.

It's definitely coming. I think it's being prompted by the fact that there are now real statistics that saddly possibly showing increase in accident rates for sonic hybrid electronic vehicles at the moment. I think it's only a low speed. I think the interest is really a low speed where the quietness is much evident.

The Warwick manufacturing group have spend years
working with industry to make cars quieter. Now they are in revert scale.

So what we want to do is trying to investigate sounds that are gonna be safe, have not been affected by the environment and are gonna give some creativity to the manufacturers.

The team want to know what kind of noises are most effective and have adapted Elvin to make different noises on different days is it driven around the campus by one of the team to decide the //.

If you ask the general public what they think an electric vehicle should sound like? You more likely get an answer that related back to science fiction movies, so we've had all sorts of suggestions from the Jacksons, Starwar, Startrack.

The sounds have been designed by novelists. The consultancy that developes tools to help car manufacturers predict future behaviour, including how are towns and cities might sound in 20 years if we all got electric.

It's all very well to investigate what one car sounds like as drives around into days environment, but what happens when you have hundreds of them, thousands of them?

Researchers say modern cars are now quiet that any future legislation could apply toward vehicles, not just the electric ones.

Stuart McDill, Reuters, Coventry
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This is Elvin, silent electric power truck. It's making a noise for itself. Designed at the university of Warwick in England, while researchers are trying to design what noise silent vehicle should make if they are forced to by law. Something professor Paul Jenning says it's now inevitable.



It's definitely coming, I think it's been prompted by the fact that there are now real statistics that sadly possibly showing an increasing accident rates for silent hybrid vehicles at the moment. I think it's only at low speed, I think, the interest is really at low speed while the quietness is most evident.



The Warwick manufacturing groups have spent years working with industry to make cars quieter. Now, they are in reverse gear.



So, what we want to do is to try to investigate sounds that are gonna be safe, a minimum effect in the enviroment and are gonna give some creativities for manufacturers.



The team want to know what kind of noise is most effective, and they've adapted Elvin to make different noises on different days. It is driven around the campus by one of the team to Sam Jo.



If you ask the general public what they think, I mean, an electric vehicle should sound like, you're more likely to get an answer that relates back to science fiction movies. So, we have had all sorts of suggestions from the Jackson' to Star war, Star Treck.



The sounds have been designed by Novelson, a consultancy that develops tools to help car manufacturers predict future behavior, including how our towns and cities might sound in 20 years, if we all got an electric.



It's all very well to investigate what one car sounds like because it drives around in today's enviroment. But what happens when you have hundreds of them, thousands of them.



Researchers say modern cars are now so quiet that any future legislation could apply to all vehicles, not just the electric ones.



Stuart McDill, Reuters, Coventry
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