Fabrication of Hoverboard - A Personal Electric Vehicle for low distance transportation.
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J Jeevan, Shaik Ashraf, A Rakesh, G Yashwanth, M Vivek, B Sudhakar
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In this study, the method and methods utilised to design and construct an electric hoverboard are discussed. A hoverboard is a self-balancing mobile transporter with two powered wheels and a gyroscopic stabilising mechanism. Internal combustion vehicle emissions are increasing every day. The amount of traffic in cities has increased dramatically over time. Traffic congestion results in increased car emissions and poorer air quality. Although there is no quick answer to this problem, another option for traditional personal transportation is the hoverboard. As a result, hoverboards are gaining in popularity. However, complicated electronics, such as the accelerometer and gyroscope, make it prohibitively expensive. The design, analysis, and manufacture of an electric three-wheeled hovercraft are all part of this project. The speed can be controlled by a potentiometer and moves back and forth using a DPDT switch. A small wheel is utilised to balance the vehicle, eliminating the requirement for a gyroscope. The purpose of this research is to develop a hoverboard that is both inexpensive and efficient.
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Unique Paper ID: 155227

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 1

Page(s): 210 - 213
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