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Er. R.K. Sharma Sourabh Bansal

HOD (EEE)6080709649

EEE 7th Sem.



1. Water powered vehicle

• Introduction

• Working

• Advantages and disadvantages

2. Solar powered vehicle

• Introduction

• Procedures

➢ Photo – voltaic cell

➢ Electrical system

➢ Mechanical system

• Solar arrays for array space

• Limitations and challenges

3. Wind powered vehicles

• Introduction

• Working



I would like to express our gratitude to all those who gave me the possibility to complete this report. I like to thank our HOD giving me permission to commence this report in the first instance, to do the necessary experimental work and to use departmental data. I am thanking to all our teachers who gave me the required knowledge, skill and a mental approach within the training schedule and encouraged the developing interest of ours in this field. I am bound to our Head of Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering also my training incharge Er. R.K. Sharma (HOD) for constant and stimulating support.

I am thankful to everyone who supported me in our report work. I want to thank them for all their help, support, interest and valuable hints as well as for the close look at the final version of the report for English style and grammar, correcting both and offering suggestions for improvement.

1. Wind powered vehicles


Here we use water as a fuel for vehicles which will replace fossil fuels. This system is pollution free. Water powered vehicle is a vehicle that uses hydrogen for the propulsion of the vehicle. The speed of car using water as a fuel is 6 times faster than that using fossil fuels like petroleum, diesel etc as proved by Ohio State University,...