Design and Fabrication of Electricity Generation from Bike Exhaust Gas

Jerome Ignatius S, Senthilkumar R, Soundhar A, Thiyagarajan P, Vijayakumar K

Abstract


Here we are modifying an automobile for producing power using vehicle exhaust. Nowadays in automobile field many new innovating concepts are being developed. We are using the power from vehicle exhaust to generate the electricity which can be stored in battery for the later consumption. In this project, we are demonstrating a concept of generating power in a moving vehicle by the usage of turbines. Here we are placing a turbine in the path of exhaust in the silencer. An engine is also placed in the chassis of the vehicle. The turbine is connected to a dynamo, which is used to generate power. A dynamo is a device which is used to convert the kinetic energy into electrical energy. The generated power is stored to the battery. It can be stored in the battery after rectification. The rectified voltage can be inverted and can be used in various forms of utilities. The battery power can be consumed for the users comfort.


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