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MODELING AND SIMULATION OF AN ELECTRIC  SCOOTER DRIVEN BY  A SINGLE – PHASE INDUCTION MOTOR PRESENTED BY DINESH SAINI MANISH SHARMA (elec.engg. 4 th yr) www.powerpointpresentationon.blogspot.com
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CONTENTS Introduction Principle Simulation of electric scooter Power supply interface Motor performance calculation Vehicle movement simulation Vehicle speed control strategy Simulation results Conclusion
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INTRODUCTION In the simulation and modeling of electric scooter  we replace the D.C. motor by a single phase  induction motor,this makes it low cost and less  maintenance and more impressive. The electric scooter of 0.26 KW rating was  employed for test. As a result, a single phase  induction motor showed ability to drive an electric  scooter with 80 kg load at almost constant speed  of 20 kph.
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PRINCIPLE OF AN ELECTRIC  SCOOTER In this system, a  dedicated DC/DC  converter connected to  the grid charges the  batteries. Than another DC/DC  converter is used to  convert the battery  voltage to a suitable  voltage for the DC  motor.
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SIMULATION OF ELECTRIC  SCOOTER A whole system simulation of an electric  scooter drive system consist of three main  parts Power supply interface Battery storage  Power electronic interface Motor drive performance Electric vehicle movement simulation
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POWER SUPPLY INTERFACE Battery is vital to  energize overall  energy to the entire  system. A simple battery model  can be represented by  a Thevenin’s  equivalent circuit. V=E-IR 0
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BATTERY MODEL The model represents the nonlinear characteristics of the battery.
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This note was uploaded on 01/05/2012 for the course ECEN 212 taught by Professor Hamilton during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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