Design and Development of Alternator Car
- September 19, 2018
- Posted by: RSIS
- Category: Mechanical Engineering
International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation (IJRSI) | Volume V, Issue IX, September 2018 | ISSN 2321–2705
Ankur H. Vyas
Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering Department, KJ Institute of Engineering and Technology, Savli, Gujarat, India.
Abstract: – Electric vehicle drives offer a number of advantages over conventional combination engine, especially in teams of lower local emissions, higher, energy efficiency, and decreased dependency upon oil.
Yet there are significant barriers to the rapid adoption of electric car, including the limitation of battery technology, high purchase cost, and the lack of recharging infrastructure. With intelligently controlled charging operation.
The energy need of potential electric vehicle fleets could be covered by existing German power plant without incurring large price fluctuations. Over the long, electric vehicle could represent a sustainable tr Could one create a modest modification that would allow automobiles to interface with a tracked system capable of eliminating the need for drivers or vehicle power for part of the daily commute? It was this inspiration that eventually lead to the Alternator project.
If a “Synchronous Guide way could power and control a car during each leg of the commute, then the vehicle power and weight could be reduced dramatically – so much so that it might be practical to use a mix of human and electric power to propel the vehicle where no guide way was available.
Thus, even without a guide way, the practical use of augmented human power might provide a matrix of ben. We are changing the notion of what features should be considered important. Specifically, the Alternator® Imagine PS Low Mass Vehicle (LMV) introduces a new entrant into the transportation equation.
As an exercise-enabled vehicle, it is possible for one, two, three or four people to operate the bi-directional human-power interface. Alternatively, a single operator may operate the vehicle in electric power mode only – or any combination of human and electric power may be employed.
The Imagine PS may operate as a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle, as an exercise based human electric power station, or in vehicle-to-grid (V2G) mode. Regenerative braking and an advanced power system enhance overall efficiency. Other available features include a human/machine interface (HMI) touch-screen display with GPS and biometric data logging, iPod® integrated sound systems, and Bluetooth® compatible onboard computing/communications devices. The vehicle is especially suited to generate the power required to operate these devices. An all-weather roof shell is available. Fits including health enhancement, teamwork building skills, and improved traffic flow.