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Design and Development of Solar Operated Bike

Author(s):

Prof. Sanjay Pawar , Fabtech Technical Campus college of engineering and research Sangola; Mahesh Madhukar Shinde, Fabtech Technical Campus college of engineering and research Sangola; Somnath Krishna Burute, Fabtech Technical Campus college of engineering and research Sangola; Gaurav Gorakh Kedar, Fabtech Technical Campus college of engineering and research Sangola; Suresh Nandeppa Pujari, Fabtech Technical Campus college of engineering and research Sangola

Keywords:

Electric E-Bike, Solar Panel, Pollution free and Noiseless

Abstract

As we all know the petrol and diesel prices increases day by day due to this it is more difficult to use vehicle to common man. It is not affordable to all society of people. Also due to emission of various gases from this fuel pollution is increases continuously and these will affect to ozone layer and it is hazardous to human being as well as environment. The fossil fuels on the earth will be exhausted in future and these are non-renewable sources of energy. So there is necessity of use renewable sources of energies like wind energy, solar energy, etc. To overcome this problem we are choosing eco- friendly and pollution free solar energy to operate bike. The solar operated bike is driven by DC motor which is mounted on rear wheel of the bike. The solar panels are arranged in series on the roof and the energy is supplied to the 48V lead acid batteries of 33Ah which gives you 250 watt power rating to the bike and with travelling speed of around 25-30 kmph. The photovoltaic capacity of solar panel is 50 watt. There is also provision for electric charging of battery in case of poor solar supply due to cloudy weather. Provision is made in the design to charge the battery from electrical source also so that the usage of the bike is extended in places and time where solar power is not available.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV6I30147
Published in: Volume : 6, Issue : 3
Publication Date: 01/06/2018
Page(s): 695-698

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