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Electric Vehicle with Self-Charging Capability

Sawan

Abstract: Electric vehicle are bringing new revolution in automobile industries and are much better in comparison of fuel vehicle present on the roads due to its low maintenance and eco-friendly properties. The proposed work deals with the fabrication and testing of an electric vehicle with self-charging concept for two persons. The motor uses electrical energy from battery and another battery installed receives energy from two alternators attached with rotating wheel and gets charged at the same time. A 48v 850 watts BLDC motor is used which gives a peak torque of 18 nm and the alternator has the capacity to produce 12v to 14v, which is directed to DC-DC converter. Here DC voltage produced by alternator is stepped up to 26v and 26v which produces an enough current for charging the batteries connected in a set of 24v and 24v with two alternators. And for rotating motor the batteries are connected in series to sum up 48v .Thus when one battery set of 48v gives energy to the rotating motor for motion the secondary 4 batteries gets charged by the electricity produced by alternators at the same time and vice versa. Hence our observation gives a data of charging batteries using the same rotational energy and stores up to 70% of energy back to the next battery pack. Hence our vehicle is more efficient and can give more life to the vehicle for the same charge time. Hence a self-charging vehicle in light of BLDC motor and Alternator has high effectiveness, zero contamination, is planned in this anticipate.

Keywords: Self charging, BLDC motor, Alternator, DC-DC converter, battery

Country: India, Subject Area: Automobiles

Pages: 1656 - 1660

Edition: Volume 8 Issue 3, March 2019

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Sawan, "Electric Vehicle with Self-Charging Capability", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/archive/v8i3/show_abstract.php?id=ART20196385, Volume 8 Issue 3, March 2019, 1656 - 1660

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