Learning Goal: I’m working on a mechanical engineering multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.We hear a lot about a global shift to Electric Vehicles, by which we generally mean Battery PoweredElectric Vehicles (BPEVs), not hybrids or plug-in hybrids. Let’s look at this a little further.1) Assuming that all consumer vehicles and light trucks in the US were to migrate to BPEVs, howwhat would be the reduction in the yearly CO2 emissions in the US.2) What would be the increase in required yearly generation of electricity in the US to charge thosevehicles?3) Could that yearly increase in electricity demand by provided solely by local (i.e. generation nearthe demand, for example home rooftops) photovoltaic solar generation?4) Could that yearly increase in electricity demand be provided by a rectangular grid of photovoltaicsolar generation in the desert southwest (e.g. Arizona or Nevada). What area (square miles) ofphotovoltaic generation in that region would be required, and what might be the environmental,economic, and cultural factors associated with such a solution?Deliverable: An individual, well written and well-reasoned tech note containing the answers to thesequestions, with Fermi-like computations to support your answers. Fermi computations should be to nomore than two significant digits, and should, in turn, be supported by clear assumptions. Assumed valuesshould be verified, with references, wherever possible. Hint: Wikipedia is not a reference!Formatting. Use Tech Note format, with 1.5 line spacing. The note, not including any references orappendices or bibliographic information, shall not exceed 10 pages. You may write less, as long as youanswer the questions, show your computations, explain your thinking, and answer the questions. Thelength may be extended: watch Blackboard for any updates. IEEE reference format is acceptable.Show your work, writing your math well with an appropriate math editor. Show me everything you’velearned about technical writing. Your target audience is your Capstone peers.Academic Integrity rules: You may discuss the problem amongst yourselves, but the preparation andanalysis of the equations and the written answers must be done individually.Due date and submission: The Fermi tech note is due on Monday, March 7, 2022, at 11:59 PM (this isthe correct date!) as shown on the detailed schedule available in the syllabus tab on Blackboard.Submissions must be in PDF format and submitted to the appropriate link in the Assignments tab onBlackboard.
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