Power of Motorcycle Engine

Authors

  • Chitteti Venkatesh Reddy Student, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Audisankara College of Engineering and Technology, Gudur, India
  • Nagalapuram Prasanth Student, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Audisankara College of Engineering and Technology, Gudur, India
  • Mannem Jeevan Student, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Audisankara College of Engineering and Technology, Gudur, India
  • Shaik Shafi Student, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Audisankara College of Engineering and Technology, Gudur, India
  • Shaik Shahid Student, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Audisankara College of Engineering and Technology, Gudur, India

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Motorcycle

Abstract

A motorcycle engine is an engine that powers a motorcycle engine are typically two stroke or four – stroke internal combustion engines but other engine types such as Wankel and electric motors have been used. The rear wheel power being sent to the driven wheel by belt chain or shaft. Historically some 2,000 units of the were produced between 1921 and 1925 with front with front wheel drive. With both wheels driven has been produced since 1960. A transmission is a machine in a power transmission system which provides controlled application power often the term 5- speed transmission refers simply to the gearbox that uses gears and trains to provided speed and torque block conversions from a rotating power source to another device. Often a transmission has multiple gear ratios or simply “gears” with the ability to switch between them as the speed varies. This switching may be done manually by the operator or automatically by a control unit. Directional forward and reverse control may also be provided. Single ratio transmissions also exist which simply change the speed and torque and sometimes direction of motor output. In motor vehicles the transmission general is connected to the engine crankshaft a flywheel or clutch or fluid coupling partly because internal combustion engines cannot run below a particular speed. The output of the transmission is transmitted the driveshaft to one more differential which drive the wheels. While a differential may also provide gear reduction its primary purpose is to permit the wheels at either end of an axle to rotate at different speeds essential to avoid wheel slippage on turns as it changes the direction of rotation. Conventional gear belt transmissions are not the only mechanism for speed torque adaptation. Alternative mechanism Include torque converters and power transformation. E. g.: Diesel electric transmission and hydraulic system. Hybrid configuration also exist automatic transmission use a valve body to shift gears using fluid pressure in response to engine RPM, speed and throttle input.

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Published

21-10-2021

How to Cite

[1]
C. V. Reddy, N. Prasanth, M. Jeevan, S. Shafi, and S. Shahid, “Power of Motorcycle Engine”, IJRESM, vol. 4, no. 10, pp. 70–73, Oct. 2021.

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