New Type Solar Bike In India
Author: Source: Datetime: 2017-01-21 13:22:20
They also said that 2014-15, India is the sixth largest manufacturer of motor vehicles, production reached a record 23.4 million. The same year, two-wheeled vehicle production reached 18.5 million. Over the past two decades, the growth of India's cars has doubled, and they have become a major source of pollution for Indian cities. The main components of automobile exhaust pollution, including carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides and suspended particles. Increasing air pollution not only affects the quality of the environment, but also threatens people's health, leading to lung cancer and cardiovascular disease caused by increased mortality. It is estimated that 10 per cent of the deaths each year die from these diseases.
"To solve this problem, India is working on environmentally friendly vehicles to reduce pollution," said SA Puviyarasu of the University of Ana in Tamil Nadu, India. "If we use solar bikes, our country can reduce vehicles by 60% Pollution."
The new bike is equipped with a brushless DC motor on the front wheels, an electronic throttle control and a lead acid battery for storing solar energy.
"There is a solar power batteries panel on the bike storage basket, and we can use any size solar panel, and the energy will be generated on that basis." As the energy is transferred from the solar panel to the hub motor, the bicycle wheel rotates. Cyclists can choose either solar powered or human driven, or both.
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