Methods to Reduce Dependency on Conventional Battery in Electric Vehicles


  • Sankar Rajeev Professor, K. K. Wagh Institute of Engineering Education and Research, Nashik, Maharashtra, India



Electrical Energy, Dynamo and Magneto, Vested Funnel, Wind Energy, Solar Energy


The proposed research work is with the aim of analyzing the sources of energy for EV with the intention to reduce dependency on battery pack. EV needs no introduction for the automobile world. Almost all vehicle manufacturers in the car segment are looking for alternate ways to propel the vehicle ever since fossil fuel  operated vehicles have become a cause of concern by the spiraling cost of fuel  and pollutants. The paper through descriptive research methodology intends to identify opportunities to reduce the dependency on battery pack.  Consideration of utilizing the kinetic energy of the car, wind energy by using vested funnels and solar energy using flexible solar array is made. These findings may serve as input in improving efficiency, ensuring clean energy for EV and further research on the subject.


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How to Cite

Rajeev, S. (2022). Methods to Reduce Dependency on Conventional Battery in Electric Vehicles. Asian Review of Mechanical Engineering, 11(2), 11–15.