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Prabhanshu Sinha, Baljeet Singh, Manish Kumar, Mukesh Kiroriwal


As we all know our automobile industry is expanding day by day and is working continuously in increasing the efficiency of fuel economy. With limited room for improvement, automobile manufacturers have begun full scale development of alternative power vehicles. Still the manufacturers are not going with those alternate options, knowing the market of IC engines and related infrastructure, and also, it’s not feasible to scrap the IC engine tech with a “success not sure” option. Thus, the only option which is left is the set of attempts, to increase the efficiency of concurrent IC engines. One potential solution is the Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT.

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