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Automotive battery, a historiography from patents

Matui, N. C., & Matui P. C. (2017).  Automotive battery, a historiography from patents. Gerpisa colloquium.

Automotive battery, a historiography from patents
Natália da Conceição Matui
Paulo César Matui
1. Introduction
To think of history is to reflect on structuring models of a multidimensional analysis, sometimes opening a comprehensive outcome and enabling the emergence of a pattern or even patterns, with which we can illuminate a cohesive narrative,
The new economic and social history places cyclical oscillation at the forefront of its research, and rests on its duration: it has linked itself to the mirage, and also to the reality of cyclical rises and falls in prices. There is, now, alongside the narrative (or the traditional "recitative"), a recitation of the conjuncture that focuses on the past over long periods: ten, twenty or fifty years. (BRAUDEL, 1965, p.263)
A long duration, conceptualized by Fernand Braudel, french historian, can be applied in the present work in an effort to draw, from a specific object, the automotive battery, showing a path of technological correlations, oscillations and a material arrangement routed, nourishing itself in social arrangements, economic and with an unpredictable hint of the observed history. lire la suite

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C’est un peu moins que GM (18,5% de 3,8 millions) mais c’est beaucoup plus que Ford (12,5% de 3,1 millions) (1).
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