: In the world of ever-changing modes of transport, one that remains and will prevail even in future is Motorbike. In today era electric vehicles are considered as one of the most versatile and sustainable means of transport. Hence, the aim of this research paper is to compare ideal and real-life electric power train motorbike speed and range. This paper includes results conducted and tested effectively on a real-life working and fully functioning model of an Electric motor bike.
With the rising prices of fossil fuel, there is also tremendous rise in the prices of roadway vehicles. Hence, a cost effective as well as sustainable way for our environment solution to this problem is use of E-motorbikes. Electric vehicles are undoubtedly the future of our world, which also has been scientifically predicted a number of times. A year of researching has been done for this paper. One of the main reasons of this research paper is to compare the speed and range of ideal and real-life electric power train motorbike and find out the difference that could be constructively used and put into objective. This paper gives us information related to the speed that a real time bike can go.
The objective of this project was to explore and built a real-life working model of electric powertrain motorbike which is powered by lithium ion battery, it is low in maintenance, pragmatic and budget friendly compared to the existing products in the market for people who prefer living in middle class lifestyle.
III. COMPONENT DESCRIPTION
Type - lithium ion
Voltage - 48volts
Capacity – 50ah (amp-hour)
Power – 2.4 kilowatts
Type: BLDC motor
Running voltage: 48v (nominal voltage)
Speed control by hall sensor
Peak power: 1 kilowatts
Maximum RPM: 5000rpm
Gears used- 14 teeth of the shaft & 42 teeth on the rear sprocket
Drive system- Chain drive
Various tests were conducted of the final prototype where the ideal speed and the projected speed is compared with the practical speed. All the data was recorded considering real life situation and use. Tests conducted are in real time environment. Charging pattern of the lithium-ion battery was studied and compared. Range and motor rotations along with the motor performance is analyzed.
Battery = 2.4kw
Motor = 1kw per hour peak power
Ideal output = 2.4 times
Max speed = 68kmph
Therefore, ideal range should be 2.4 x 68kms
i.e. 163.2 kilometers
OBSERVED RANGE = 105 kilometers at medium speed
& 80 - 90 kilometers at high speed
We would like to conclude this research paper by saying that we have successfully conducted and tested the speed and range parameters of an ideal electric bike and real-life electric bike which is extensively powered by lithium ion battery. The ultimate goal of this paper has been achieved.
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