Modelling of Two-wheeler for the Study of Auto Balancing System



Wong, Joon Yap (2020) Modelling of Two-wheeler for the Study of Auto Balancing System. Final Year Project (Bachelor), Tunku Abdul Rahman University College.

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Active collision warning system is existing in the industry for 4-wheeler and above. However, the same piece of technology is lacking in 2-wheeler. This is partly due to the limitations in terms of stability. In order to properly address this issue, an automated 2-wheeler balancing mechanism should be developed. The project provides technology in achieving automated 2-wheeler balancing mechanism R&D process. The R&D will cover objectives in identify the limitations of stability and obtain parameters around for the development of automated self-balancing mechanism in 2-Wheeler vehicle. Auto balancing is difficult to achieve in 2-wheeler due to restrictions in stability. In this case, the parameters revolving around the application need to be considered during the process. By obtain this parameter around is necessarily before develop the mechanism. Next, this project also deduces and proposes the use of detention system for 2- wheeler state mechanism. Self-balance for 2-wheeler are consider part of the big revolution in the road safety which means that the safety of road user will be secured when this mechanism proposes in proper way. By the end of this project, a complete detection system is produced for future development and improvement. In this thesis, a complete detection system was built to detect the roll, pitch, yaw and steering angle of the 2-wheeler vehicle. The relationship between these parameters was analyzed and verified through some small experiments. Two stages of experiments were carried out to calibrate the sensors. Benchmarking experiments were meant to show how well the sensor will performed in real life application. Road experiments was executed to analyze the relationship between all the parameters by undergo straight road test, turning test and road bump test. To make sure the experiments able to obtained the data set. A mechanical filtered and software filtered had been built to reduce the noise that generate by the single-tube engine. Solidwork design on the casing for the sensor was built in this project so that the sensors able to mount on the experiment vehicle. A hardware system comprises of gyroscope and potentiometer is proposed for future study.

Item Type: Final Year Project
Subjects: Technology > Mechanical engineering and machinery
Technology > Electrical engineering. Electronics engineering
Faculties: Faculty of Engineering and Technology > Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering with Honours
Depositing User: Library Staff
Date Deposited: 29 Apr 2020 16:44
Last Modified: 29 Apr 2020 16:44