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Evo 3.0

Achievements

- Achieved 15th position among the 33 electric cars.
- 1st Indian electric car to complete all the static and dynamic events.
- 1st Indian Team to qualify the endurance test.

The journey

Competition Experience: Formula Student 2014, UK
This year, the event was hosted by Coventry University for the pre-event period and lasted for four days, from 9th to 13th of July. We had an incredibly successful performance.
On Day 0, the team began with assembling the car completely, testing it and setting up a clean and good looking pit to house the car for the day’s static events. On Day 1, the car was lined up for Technical Inspection starting with Electrical Scrutineering. Unfortunately, it could not be cleared on the first day and was eventually done the next morning. Safety, Chassis and Tech Scrutiny were successfully completed thereafter. On Day 3, they cleared the Rain Test, Tilt Test, Noise Test and the Brake Test, all in one attempt, to finish scrutiny just in time to participate in the acceleration and skidpad events. EVo 3.0 also completed the Autocross Maneuverability event with the best lap time of 73 seconds.
The team performed well in static events (Design, Cost and Business Presentation). The judges appreciated the car and were impressed with the magnitude of their improvement over the last season. The vehicle weighed 264 kg, a 22% reduction from EVo 2.0 (338 kg). The highlight was the design event where the team scored 100 out of 150 points, ranked 28th out of 97 teams and their design was cited as one of the best over the past few years.
Day 4 was arguably the most important day of the event because of the endurance run. EVo 3.0 managed to successfully complete endurance to become the only Indian car ever to finish endurance at Formula Student UK. It was among only 9 Electric Cars (out of 27) to finish the endurance run at FS UK’14.
The IIT Bombay Racing team has brought accolades for their respectable performance, their best to-date. Their goal throughout the season was to build a reliable car that could complete all dynamic events and the entire team was ecstatic to have finally achieved it. An extremely enthused team back at IITB has already begun work for Formula Student ’15. Leveraging on their experience, they now aim to improve on these key areas and look forward to a glorious 2015 season.

The Team

Faculty Advisors - Prof.Ramesh Singh, Prof.Arindrajit Chowdhury
Team Captain and Chief Organisational Officer - Siddhesh Sakhalkar
Mechanical Subsystem
Head Vehicle Dynamics - Akshat Jain
Head Chassis - Shashank Nagrale
Head Bodyworks and Aerodynamics - Lalit Patidar
Design Engineers Bodyworks - Maarif Haque, Tanmoy Phukan, Akhil Kumar, Tilak Roy
Design Engineers Vehicle Dynamics - Pratyush Nalla, Amit Sarkar, Mani Sankar, Rishi Sharma, Ashrit Herale
Design Engineers Chassis - Milan Agnani, Bhavin Chhaya, Sri Ramya Bhamidipati, Teja Maruvada, Visat Patel
Design Engineers Powertrain - Parveen Dhillon, Soovadeep Bakshi, Pranay Kumar
Design Engineers Drivetrain - Rhythima Shinde, Vinay Bhajantri
Electrical Subsystem
Chief Electrical officer - Puneet Arora
Head Battery and BMS - Prasanna Thengodkar
Head Electronics and Integration - Rachit Aggarwal
Design Engineers Battery and BMS - Prasanna Rawke, Shrikanth Gaikwad
Design Engineers LV safety and Harness - Dharmendra Maurya, Harshad Bokil
Design Engineers Data Aquisition and Dash - Urvesh Patil, Sundaram Prasad, Sandesh Patil
Organization team
Chief Operations Officer - Akshay Goyal
Marketing Manager - Kapil Yadav
Accounts Manager - Sandeep Yogi
Marketing Executives - Kanish Soni, Sagar Lakhani, Shubham Meena
Creatives - Arun Lodhi

Car Specifications

PropertyValue
Weight264 kg
Weight bias (Rear %)57%
CG height11.5 inch
Wheel base61 inch
Trackwidth front49 inch
Trackwidth rear48 inch
Tire effective radius10.5 inch
Max. motor torque84 Nm
Max. motor RPM4400 rpm
Final Drive Ratio4.9
Powertrain alpha0.21 SI units
Number of cells26
Max/Nominal voltage109.2/96.2 V
Max. discharge current720 A
Available energy4.92 kWhr
Average endurance battery current140 A
Max. lateral acceleration1.5 gms
Max. braking deceleration1.44 g
Max. longitudinal acceleration0.9 g
Time: 0-60 km/hr2.24 sec
Time: Top speed3.75 sec
Top speed86 km/hr
Time: 0-75m4.8 ecs

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