Development of Electric Kart
Published February 1, 2016 by SAE International in United States
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This paper deals with the problems which emanates in front of society in developing electric vehicles. Aim of this paper is to prepare ways through which we can develop electric vehicle with efficiency (more than 60%). So that these electric vehicles can substitute I.C engine vehicles, which are main cause of environment pollution. To achieve that goal, various competitions are arranged in which one sitter kart develop to ease mechanical constraints and easily utilize innovations in kart. To develop kart various type of modelling and simulation were done on INVENTOR and ANSYS 14.0. Different type of test were also taken into account like Brake test, Speed test, Power test, Load test, and efficiency test. This paper also motivates student in developing vehicles so that they can excel their knowledge and assist in research of electric vehicles. It also reduces problems and ambiguity between students which are imbued in making Electric Go-kart, so that students can ace in their performance.
CitationSingh, H., Sagar, P., and Singh, K., "Development of Electric Kart," SAE Technical Paper 2016-28-0149, 2016, https://doi.org/10.4271/2016-28-0149.
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