Application of lasers in automotive industry

Milesa Srećković, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia, Nenad Ivanović, Stanko Ostojić, Aleksandar Kovačević, Nada Ratković Kovačević, Zoran Karastojković, Sanja Jevtić, Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Vinča-Belgrade, Serbia, The Academy of Applied Technical Studies Belgrade, Department of Tehnikum Taurunum, Belgrade, Serbia, Institute of Physics, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia, The Academy of Applied Technical Studies Belgrade, Department of Computer-mechanical Engineering, Belgrade, Serbia (+2 others)
2020 Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Renewable Electrical Power Sources   unpublished
Laser role and couplings with vehicles and solar power are numerous and in this paper we will analyze the principles, contemporary development of special scientific areas and engineering, from the metrological point of view. This area is, in broader sense, connected to history of our planet, or since the midst of the previous century and golden age of quantum electronics. Some of the general problems have rather slow dynamics of solving, but on the other hand, considering contemporary
more » ... he-art of unconventionally powered vehicles and realized components, some characteristics change conservative opinions on the realizable capacities. The main goal of this consideration is to point to the unity of problems, which might speed up the gradients of the developments in solar technology of automotive technology, by multi-disciplinary approach. Overall, we have considered both theoretical approaches and current developed systems in the fields of technology, metrology and power production and transformation.
doi:10.24094/mkoiee.020.8.1.223 fatcat:v2bzj7f7hvef7hgmcj43tsfd7a