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3D Models of Bus for 3D computer graphics modeling.
A bus is a car with more than nine seats with a driver’s seat, which, in its design and equipment, is designed to carry passengers and their luggage with the necessary comfort and safety.
The world’s first bus was made by Richard Trevitic in 1801, and his demonstration was held December 24 of that year in Kumborney, Cornwall (England). It was a steam engine machine that could carry up to 8 passengers. The world’s first electric bus appeared in London in 1886. He could ride at an average speed of 11.2 km / h. The world’s first gas-powered internal combustion engine was built in Germany in 1894-1895 by the “Benz” plant. It accommodated 8 passengers and traveled along the 15-kilometer route between the German cities of Siegen, Netfeng, and Dojts. The world’s first city bus with an internal combustion engine went on a route on April 12, 1903, in London.
Gas buses are different from conventional gasoline and diesel buses using hydrocarbon fuels. To burn this fuel, a special Otto-based engine is used when the heat is brought to the working fluid at a constant volume. In gas, the octane number is higher, and hence better energy efficiency is achieved. Gas buses are already widely used in some countries of the world. In particular, about 13 thousand units of such buses are used in the EU, and about 40% of them are in Germany and France. Buses that run on gas favorably differ from conventional petrol/diesel vehicles due to lower operating costs and significantly lower pollutant emissions, in particular, SOx, NOx and soot. Gas buses are characterized by low levels of pollutant emissions, which are 82-97% lower than diesel fuel and gasoline.