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Fractional order modeling may reduce electric car drivers' battery charge anxiety

With rapidly diminishing fossil fuels, it's not impossible to imagine a future of battery-powered cars. But to get there, scientists and engineers will have to solve a very important problem that affects drivers' peace of mind as well as their safety: Knowing just how much charge is left on their battery while driving. A branch of mathematics known as fractional order calculus may hold the answer.
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