Author: Guo, Huize
Title: Design and analysis a three-wheel electric scooter with quadrilateral-shaped structure
Degree: M.Sc.
Year: 2021
Subject: Electric bicycles
Electric motorcycles
Electric vehicles
Hong Kong Polytechnic University -- Dissertations
Department: Department of Mechanical Engineering
Pages: ix, 69 pages : color illustrations
Language: English
Abstract: Bio-inspired techniques are always a valuable researching field as living species has experienced the trial of species evolution for millions of years. Recent research on bio-inspired quadrilateral structures found that this kind of structures has better vibration isolation performance than linear spring-linear vibration isolators [16]. Further, some paper also point that the amount of the electric scooter has been sharply increased recent year [9] due to its convenience, cost efficiency, and policy for New Energy Vehicles, but the safety of the scooter is still a problem. Therefore, this dissertation will focus on using bio-inspired quadrilateral structure to design and analysis an anti-turnover electric scooter for seeking a electric scooter that sum the safety, convenience together. As the main aim of this dissertation is design and analysis an anti-turnover electric scooter, the journey of the design progress will be shown at first. A few designs that constructed by Computer Aided Design (CAD) software will be introduced and the reason of the final design is chosen as the final design will be explained. Then the structure of the final design will be simulated under static and rigid dynamic condition in the software, Ansys and Adams for the verification of the seral abilities, such as load capacity, vibration isolation performance, and obstacle crossing ability, of the final design of the project.
Rights: All rights reserved
Access: restricted access

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