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JCR. 2020; 7(19): 1642-1649


POWERING THE ELECTRIC VEHICLE WITH A DYNAMO USING WIND ENERGY

Mr. Kamalpreet Singh, Dr. Harbinder Singh, Dr. Harpal Singh, Dr. Mohit Srivastava.

Abstract
The main objective of this paper is to represent a method for powering the electric car with a dynamo using wind energy. We want to solve the major disadvantage faced by an electric vehicle that is the discharge of the battery in case there is no power source. In case there is no power station nearby then electric vehicle canít reach its desired destination. To solve this problem dynamo can be used. Dynamo is a device
that converts mechanical energy into electric energy. Hence by using this property of a dynamo, this problem can be solved. The description of this technique is placing a dynamo behind the radiator and fan in front of the radiator. A hole is created at the centre of the radiator to connect the dynamo with the fan using a shaft. Due to locomotion of a car fan will rotate and current will be produced with the help of a dynamo. This technique has one more benefit that is efficiency of heat dissipation from the radiator will increase with the help of a fan. Due to the repetition of this process, electric vehicles can cover longer distances.

Key words: Electric Vehicle, Wind Energy, Dynamo, Battery



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