Electric Bicycle Seminar Abstract, Report

What Is An Electric Bicycle?
An electric bicycle uses an electric motor for the purpose of moving. On this bicycle, people do not have to use their muscular force to move. It uses electrical energy for motion. They are also known as e-bikes. There are many varieties of electric bicycles. Some of these bikes have a rechargeable battery. This makes it easy to power the bike whenever you want. They make use of stored electrical energy in some or the other form. Due to this form of energy, the bikes have more power and speed. These bikes are more convenient than regular ones.
Technology Behind Electrical Bicycles
Brushed and brushless are the two important types of motors used in these bikes. An electric power assist system is also added to these bikes to make them more functional. E-bikes use rechargeable batteries and the lighter varieties can travel up to 25 to 32 km/h (16 to 20 mph), depending on the laws of the country in which they are sold, while the more high-powered varieties can often do in excess of 45 km/h (28 mph). Batteries used in this vehicle are lithium-ion batteries, nickel-cadmium batteries or any other. The parameters of the battery vary according to the voltage and capacity required for the vehicle. There are two types of controllers used in this vehicle. The type of controllers depends upon the motors used in the vehicle. The design of the bike is also very important. One of the most interesting designs is the folding bike.

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