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Design and Modification of Pedicabs and Analysis on Various Factors

Mr. Deepjyoti Basak


This research completely based on the design of pedicabs (also known as bicycle rickshaw, in India), many other names were commonly used in all other countries across the world. Calculations of major components such as brakes, suspension, steering, electricals, transmissions etc. are covered in this paper, as per the standards. The main objective of this work is to provide the safety and comfort for both driver and passengers, and to decrease the use of natural resources and to reduces the pollution. For design and analysis of complete project PRO-E and ANSYS is used a tool to maintain the efficiency.

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