Publication Type:

Journal Article

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International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 7, Number 11 SUPPL., p.1473-1477 (2012)

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Abstract:

Bicycle is the main mode of transportation for many Indian villagers. Most of these villages are un-electrified. Power generated by pedaling can be converted from mechanical to electrical energy by using either dynamo or alternator. Small powered lighting devices can be charged using dynamo and can be used in the night by students for study purposes. This principle can be extended to power mobiles, iPods, laptops etc. Power can be also generated from the rotation of the wheels of alternator vehicles like bikes and cars, where there is a possibility of generating more power. The generated power can be either used in the same vehicle or can be stored in a battery for powering some other devices. Riding bicycle helps in maintaining a good physic and along with it power can be also generated. This paper presents methods in generating electricity by pedaling a bicycle. It also explains in detail the method using bottle dynamo to generate power. A detailed analysis of using pedal power is also presented. © Research India Publications.

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Cite this Research Publication

Rajesh Kannan Megalingam, Veliyara, P. S., Prabhu, R. M., and Katoch, R., “Pedal power generation”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, vol. 7, pp. 1473-1477, 2012.

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