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Journal: International Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering and Technology (IJARET) (Vol.11, No. 11)

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Page : 2009-2015

Keywords : Light Weight Vehicles; Compressed Air; Air pod; Non-renewable energy sources.;

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Even with the atmosphere condition, petroleum storage, and unstable gasoline costs, it is basic to investigate potential open doors in unconventional elective fuel vehicles. One such alternative is the “compressed air vehicle”, or air powered vehicle, controlled by a pneumatic engine and on board high-pressure gas tank. Despite the fact that defenders guarantee that “Compressed Air Powered Vehicle” offer environmental and monetary advantages over traditional vehicles, the technology has as of not long ago not been dependent upon a thorough analysis. This study portrays the potential performance of “Compressed Air Powered Vehicle” in wording of fuel economy, driving reach, carbon impression, and fuel expenses and test lines their practicality as a transportation alternative as contrasted and gasoline and electric vehicles. Subjects of examination incorporate energy density of compressed air, thermodynamic misfortunes of development, “Compressed Air Powered Vehicle” proficiency on a siphon to-haggles to-wheels premise, and correlations with gasoline and electric vehicles. Results show that despite the fact that the “Compressed Air Powered Vehicle” is a bold, unconventional answer for the present transportation challenges, it is ultimately not functional, and contrasts ineffectively and fuel and electric vehicles in all natural and monetary measurements. Further, applications of the “Compressed Air Powered Vehicle” are seriously compelled in light of its constrained driving range. The outcomes from this examination, including the investigation of energy might be utilized to recognize future opportunities for “Compressed Air Powered Vehicle” applications. The siphon to-haggles to-wheels strategy contained here sets up a structure for assessing future “Compressed Air Powered Vehicle” plans.

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