B Tech Mechanical
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Experience: 0 years
Relocation: Yes - Internationally
Seeking a position to utilize my skills and abilities in the statistical field that offers professional growth while being resourceful, innovative and flexible.
Course Institution Percentage Year of passing
B.Tech. (Mech.) BHARATH INSTITUTE OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND RESEARCH, CHENNAI 7.7 CGPA 2007
H.S.C KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA NO.2, BARODA, GUJRAT 52 % 2003
S.S.C KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA NO.2, BARODA, GUJRAT 58 % 2001
Packages : AutoCAD 2005, Pro-E Wildfire, Ansys 9.0
Operating system: Windows 9X, NT, Windows XP and Windows Vista.
Designed and Fabricated an Electric vehicle using Motors.
This vehicle is electrically driven. Since huge amount of electricity is required to run the world by this electric vehicle we need to rely on renewable sources of energy instead of coal/fuel, which causes air pollution. An electric vehicle conversion is the modification of a conventional internal combustion engine driven vehicle to battery electric propulsion, creating a battery vehicle.
Electric motors often achieve 90%conversion efficiency over the full range of speeds and power output and can be precisely controlled. Electric motors can provide high torque while an EV is stopped, unlike internal combustion engines, and do not need gears to match power curves. This removes the need for gearboxes and torque converters. Electric motors also have the ability to convert movement energy back into electricity, through regenerative braking. This can be used to reduce the wear on brake systems and reduce the total energy requirement of a trip.
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