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Abstract

The Team aims towards designing, validating and fabricating a three wheeled hybrid human powered electric vehicle driven by two drivers, which has a capability to act as a good viable option for city local transportation. The vehicle would be capable of being driven electrically as well as by a single driver and alternatively by two drivers. Team designed the vehicle keeping ergonomics and value engineering in mind. The vehicle is designed to give high performance at a lower rate. The vehicle thus design is capable of carrying two riders, of 5’7” height and weighing 75 kg. Our Vehicle further is designed keeping in view the future aspect by using bio filters for rural Indian population and innovative battery charging assist for city conditions. The design is validated using six different analysis tests for driver safety.

Keywords

ELECTRIC MOTOR SHM GENERATOR GEARS GREEN WATER FILTRATION DELTA AND TADPOLE PUGH’S APPROACH FRAME FEA FOS DOF.

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Wadhwa, A. (2015). HYBRID HUMAN POWERED ELECTRIC VEHICLE. Students’ Research in Technology & Management, 1(3), 302-307. Retrieved from https://giapjournals.com/ijsrtm/article/view/72

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