Comparative analysis of different cross-sectional traditional diamond shape structure bicycle frame
Vijay Patle, Prof. Anshul Choudhary
Geometric Parameters, stain, framed cycles, simulations etc.
Bike weight is fundamental. If a bike is heavy, it cannot be made to go. The limiting factor is the human power plant. Gifted athletes are able to churn out 1.5 horsepower and more, but only for seconds; thereafter output rarely exceeds one-half horsepower, and one-quarter horsepower is more like it. Ordinary people make do with much less: on a steady basis, one-tenth to one-eighth horsepower. Thus, the objective of the present work is:
“To evaluate the influence of key geometric parameters i.e. cross section (profile) of frame on as performance benchmarks for mass, strength, stress and strain characteristics and to compare these different cross sections to an optimized solution for a common diamond “safety” framed bicycle”