SINGLE SEATER SOLAR VEHICLE
Title of the Project:
TEAM ASHWA SINGLE SEATER SOLAR VEHICLE
- MONISSH BABU K &DIVAKARA A P (c)
- DIVAKARA A P&MONISSH BABU K (VC)
- RAVINDRA REDDY
- MALLIKARJUN RADDY
- CHANDARSHEKAR V
- HITESH KUMAR CHOUDHARY
- Prof. RAVI V ANGADI
- Prof. MUTHUVEL A
- Prof. VIJAI R
- Prof. ARUN KUMAR M R
Various Events Participation details:
- Participated in “ISIE-Electric Solar Vehicle Championship (ESVC) 2016-17”
- Participated in Ashman motors Indo Asian solar challenge 2017 from 7th to 9th April 2017 in Satna District, Madhya Pradesh
- Participated in (RISC)-LPU Indo Asian Solar Vehicle Challenge (IASC)
- Participated in ISIE ESVC 2016
Achievements of the Project:
- Our team Ashwawon the “Go Green Award, ISIE Future Award, Best Solar Performance Award” with 1, 10,000 cash prize and secured Overall 10th Position out of 86 teams in the Asia’s Largest Solar Powered vehicle event “ISIE-Electric Solar Vehicle Championship (ESVC) 2016-17” was successfully organized by Imperial Society of Innovative Engineers (ISIE) in association with Shri Vishnu Engineering College for Women at AP from 28th March 2017 to 2nd April 2017.
- Our team Ashwawon the “Best Solar Performance Award” with 10,000 cash prize and second runner up in the Ashman motors Indo Asian solar challenge 2017 from 7th to 9th April 2017 inSatna District, Madhya Pradesh
- Won the endurance a runner up in (RISC)-LPU Indo Asian Solar Vehicle Challenge (IASC) with the cash prize of Rs. 10,000 out of 36 teams in 2016.
- Team showed the drastic performance in (RISC)-LPU endurance round and driver Kiran Kumar covered 43 laps.
- Our team ASHWA secured 16th position in ISIE ESVC 2016 event out of 76 teams.
- No 1 team in Karnataka in IASC and ESVC events.
Brief description of the project:
- “Engineering is not all about study but also implementation of things in real life”.
- Solar vehicle team which allows engineering students irrespective of discipline to form a team to learn and to share the knowledge for designing and fabricating a solar vehicle. Maximum speed of the vehicle is 35 KMPH, we can travel upto 100 km for one time charging and per time charging will take 6 hours.
Social relevance of the project:
- Like solar-powered homes, this vehicle harness energy from the sun by converting it into electricity.
- This electricity fuels the battery that runs the car’s motor. Instead of using a battery, we can run the vehicle direct the power straight to an electric motor.
- The solar panels work silently so they don’t add to the noise pollution already on the road.
- Solar panels don’t create greenhouse gases, as gasoline engines do.
- Most importantly, solar energy is free, widely available, and grants the solar car driver complete independence from foreign oil.
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