A Pedal-Assisted E-bike Model

Chandrakant Chandrawanshi*, Deepak Kumar**, Mayank Tiwari***, Shivendra Singh****, Utkarsh Dubey*****
*_***** UG Graduate, Department of Electrical Engineering, Bharati Vidyapeeth College of Engineering, Pune, Maharashtra, India.
Periodicity:July - September'2018

Abstract

The goal of this research paper is to promote the use of clean energy by incorporating it into a bicycle. In today's fast forwarding world where one is always in transit from one place to another, has greatly exploited the conventional energy resources, thus compromising environment as well as one's own physical health. Hence this paper not only aims at utilizing a clean energy source but also promote a healthy lifestyle in such a busy world. Our project “pedal assisted ebicycle” allows the rider to make use of an electric motor providing a higher speed and comfort along with pedaling at a more even terrain. Current scenario of use of e vehicles has greatly diverted the attention of the people towards adopting such means of transport thereby increasing the chances of success of our project.

Keywords

Motor Controller, Installation Equipment

How to Cite this Article?

Chandrawanshi, C., Kumar, D.,Tiwari, M., Singh, S., and Dubey, U. (2018). Bicycle of Upcoming Future E-Bike. i-manager’s Journal on Electrical Engineering,12(1), 41-45.

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