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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 1, January 2020 Edition

International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Design And Development Of Hybrid Two-Wheeler

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Kamatchi Kannan V, Ponmurugan P and Chitra K



Hybrid Electric Vehicle, Internal Combustion Engine, Grounded Low Voltage System, Tractive System, Brushless DC motor, Pulse Width Modulation



Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) is an advanced vehicle having a feature that operates on battery and inbuilt ignition motor. This motor helps to drive the wheel forward and it also charges the battery system when it is operated as generator. In recent years, the hybrid electric two wheelers have targeted the market due to less CO2 emission by the hybrid vehicles. The aim is to reduce the cost and complexity which is involved in the existing hybrid vehicle. This hybrid electric vehicle includes conventional, hybrid, plug-in hybrid and electric variants. The main aim of this paper is to structure and manufacture a hybrid two wheelers such as scooty which can be operated by means of fuel and battery. The integration of both the battery and the fuel makes the vehicle dynamic. In HEV, the battery alone can be used at low-speed driving conditions where as the interior fuel based motors are least productive. In case of quickening, long runs or slope climbing, the Internal Combustion (IC) engine gives extra force to drive the motor.



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