Design, Analysis and Build Motorcycle Transmission Drive Extension Device

  • Aznizam A. Universiti Kuala Lumpur Malaysian Spanish Institute Branch Campus
  • Noorhelinahani A.B. Universiti Kuala Lumpur Malaysian Spanish Institute Branch Campus

Abstract

In many developing countries, motorcycle has popularly becoming the mass medium of transportation. It's growth usage has increased rapidly as to solve the common needs and various applications. One of the potential applications is to design a device to link with drive system for the purpose of additional machinery attachment. This will make motorcyle as mobile drive system useful for remote area where fix machinery is hard to transport. Transmission drive extension proposed is attached to the motorcycle drive system consist of front sprocket, rear sprocket and drive chain. The front sprocket is attached to the engines transmission output shaft and it rotates at the same time. The power transfer through drive chain links to the rear sprocket attached to the rear wheel. The extension is designed by using Triz Method, while stress analysis is gathered from Finite Element Analysis (FEA).The simulation runs by applying 1332 N force on the teeth with 2000 rpm from motorcycle engine. The torque from engine speed is measured by using motorcycle engine dyno. Eventually, it'll be reviewed with some design's modification. The parts is acquired from commercial of the shelves or fabricated before the assembling process of components. Results has provenly shown the important function of power transmission device and it's measurement of output speeds from the extension shaft. An application of this extension can be vary such as mobile power source for water pump for irrigation and shredder machine for plastics or organic waste from farm

Published
2020-03-01
How to Cite
Aznizam A., & Noorhelinahani A.B. (2020). Design, Analysis and Build Motorcycle Transmission Drive Extension Device . SA Conference Series: Industrial Revolution 4.0, 1(1), 133-140. Retrieved from https://conference.scientiaca.org/index.php/ir4/article/view/17
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