Machines in our lives (Heavy duty vehicles)

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We continue to highlight the importance of different machines designed by man with the aim of being able to cover or carry out a certain activity related to his development in any area of his life, and the characteristic described above can be linked to the great scientific-technological advances that have been achieved in recent years.

We have been associated with important machines such as the fan, the bicycle, motorbike, cars like the Volkswagen, a formula 1 vehicle, but also with machines that have allowed us to realize our dream of being able to fly like the helicopters, without forgetting other impressive machines like the submarines which have allowed us to know the splendid aquatic world and that in addition are very used by the military wing of the countries for the safeguard of their maritime space, among other aspects of great strategic level for them.

In all the previous machines nobody could deny the immense implementation of science-technology both for the design and for the constant evolution of the same through time, therefore, this is the purpose of these articles to be able to highlight the positive aspects that these inventions have brought us and that have also depended on the growth of the new techniques implemented for the evolution of these.

In this opportunity we will relate to another type of land circulation machine well known to all of us, they are the heavy duty vehicles, also known as gandolas, this vehicle is of great importance due to its usefulness for the transport of any type of material, such as raw materials or products already made.

According to what has been described above, this type of heavy-duty vehicle transport has become one of the most influential machines for the industrial and consequently economic development of the countries of the world, hence the dizzying growth of the automotive sector dedicated to this branch of the manufacture of this type of heavy-duty vehicle, truck or lorry as we want to call them.

The latest technological advances (in nanotechnology) have allowed us to generate new materials and with it the elaboration of pieces or elements more resistant to be used as gears of the mechanisms of transmission of movements, without leaving through those materials destined to the bodywork of that vehicle which gives them a lesser weight and with it the engines manage to have a better efficiency due to the decrease of the effort made.


In a general way we can say that the automotive industry represents an area of great importance and interest for any country in the world, this is due to the fact that they motorize a great part of the economies of the planet, for example, these machines have an essential impact for the development of other areas or sectors that represent a high added value for any country in the world.

We know that at a global level there are different ways of transporting any type of raw material or manufactured product, however, in the distribution or transport chain of raw materials or finished products, we generally find the implementation of these machines either internally in a country or externally between countries, therefore, we could dare to call them as the necessary link for the activity described above.

Therefore, we have always stressed that these machines designed by man provide us with both positive and negative aspects, above all from the point of view of environmental pollution or the substitution of human labour. However, we find this aspect and we will continue to find it in the development of our history; everything will depend on the circumstances in which humanity finds itself in a certain space-time of its historical journey, and with it the advances that continue to reach the extraordinary nexus between science and technology.

Until another opportunity my dear and appreciated readers.

Note: The images are of my authorship, made using the Power Point application, and the animated gif was made with the Photoscape application.

Recommended Bibliographic Reference

[1]Heavy Duty Truck.




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