Manufacturing and design of e-vehicle from a scrapped vehicle
Atharva Taware, Sanket Boramane, Rutvik Jaiswal, Gokul Padmule
BLDC motor, Controller, Electric vehicle, EV, Lead acid battery
Due to the increase in the pollution and cost of fuels, there has been a need for alternate Vehicles (electric vehicles) to conventional Internal Combustion engine (ICE) vehicles. As electric vehicles are environmentally friendly, they are considered Green Transportation. Electric vehicle technology has become increasingly significant in a society where energy conservation and environmental preservation are growing concerns. Due to growing concerns about the effects of the Air Quality Index (AQI) and the greenhouse effect, some cities have designated zero-emission zones and tightened emission limits to promote the use of electric vehicles. Researchers, environmentalists, and other groups have paid close attention to eco-friendly electric cars (EVs) in recent decades, as concerns about the detrimental impacts of greenhouse gas emissions from conventional vehicles on global warming and air pollution have increased. To overcome these issues an idea to reconstruct an ICE vehicle with an electric motor as the main driving utility is implemented. For the same a custom swingarm is designed that could fulfil the requirement, for the construction of the swing arm various forces acting on the vehicle are considered to ensure the durability of the vehicle. The vehicle has been powered by a 750W BLDC motor engaged with a wheel with the help of a chain and sprocket mechanism. The rider gives input through a throttle which is sensed and then required feedback is supplied to the motor through a controller. Testing of the vehicle has been carried out on the ground in robust conditions to get the practical range, speed, and durability values of the vehicle. Various components, such as the controllers, battery, and motor are incorporated into an electric vehicle. Because an electric vehicle's, conventional IC engine is replaced with an electric motor, the electric motor is the first and most essential part to choose when designing an electric car. As a result, an electric vehicle's motor must provide enough power and additional motor characteristics. The most important step is to select an appropriate motor rating for the load being transported.
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Unique Paper ID: 155091

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 12

Page(s): 1072 - 1075
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