REGISTRATION AND TEAM ELIGIBILITY
- Minimum of 5 members and Maximum of 10 members per team is allowed.
- Registration fee is Rs.2500/- per team. The registration amount may be paid by DD or by cash.
- DD must be taken in favor of “Sri Krishna College of Engineering and Technology “ payable at Coimbatore.
- In case of payment by cash, the amount must be paid at the registration desk on the event date.
- The soft copy of filled registration form should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- In case of payment by DD , along with the soft copy of registration form, the scanned copy of DD must be sent
- The hard copy of the filled registration form and DD should be sent to the below Recipient Address
Senior Faculty Advisor - SAEINDIA SKCET Collegiate Club,
Sri Krishna College of Engineering & Technology,
Palakkad Main Road, Kuniamuthur Post,
- A team can have minimum of 5 members to maximum of 10 members.
- Every team requires a team captain and vice team captain.
- Each team member must be a diploma / undergraduate / postgraduate student from the same college.
- Every team requires at least one faculty advisors appointed by the college/university who will provide guidance as needed throughout the vehicle design, manufacturing, and testing process
- Each team must have an impressive team name and logo
- Each team must have a driver and a co –driver
Driver and the co –driver of the team must be at least 18 years of age.
Each driver must have a valid Driving License issued by the Government of India, which will be checked during the event.
The driver of the vehicle is required to wear a certified helmet during the dynamic event. Minimum certification required for the helmet is ISI or ISO certified.
The Driver must wear Proper Driving Shoes while Driving.
The Driver must have proper and comfortable hand gloves which will protect the drivers hand in case of accidents. Teams can use the good quality of bike gloves.
The Driver must wear a Suit or jacket for avoiding injuries in case of accidents
- The length of the bike must be less than 1600 mm.
- The wheel base of the bike must be less than 1300 mm.
- The height of the bike must be less than 950 mm.
- The ground clearance must be greater than 200 mm.
- Width of the bike must be less than 550 mm.
- Weight of the bike must be less than 90 kg.
- The diameter of the wheel should be less than 16”.
- The bike must be equipped with a proper kick or the electric start.
- The seat must be rigidly fixed to the vehicle.
- There should be proper suspension and suitable braking system for the vehicle.
60 CC &80 CC
Single cylinder, Air-cooled, Two-Stroke
Max 60.00 cc
Single cylinder, Air-cooled, Two-Stroke
Max 82.00 cc (5.00 Cubic Inches)
MOTOR SPECIFICATION FOR E-BIKE:
|MOTOR||Less than 1 kW|
|MOTOR TYPE||BMDC (or) BLDC|
|MAXIMUM OPERATING VOLTAGE||24 V (OR) 36 V(OR) 48V|
The Static Round consists of 800 points in which a presentation of all the research and development over the vehicle is to be given in front of the judges in 15 minutes.
POINTS TABLE FOR THE STATIC EVENTS
|1||OVERALL DESIGN EVALUATION||300|
Some Standards have been set in the technical specification. Every team has to fulfill each and every Standard, failing to which the team may loss its points. If a Bike does not comply with the rules, then correction must be done to be included in re-inspection process. The technical inspection has no point.
Each team must submit the soft as well as the hard copy of the following document during technical inspection
A 3D Model depicting the full vehicle design must be presented before the Judge. The 3D model can be made on CAD software. The name of the software should be clearly mentioned in the Design Report.
A design report in IEEE format is to be made by the team. The design report must contain all the details of the vehicle. The Report should be made Segment wise.
The cost report of the vehicle shall contain cost of Fabrication (for Self-Fabricated parts), Raw material Cost, Labor Cost, Part cost and manufacturing cost.
The FMEA (Failure Mode and Effect Analysis) should be presented in Hard Copy in Tabular form. This Document should contain the list of all possible modes of failure your vehicle is/can be exposed to and the Suitable Remedy for it. Also the steps that you have taken to minimize the damage in your design. The team should also list the immediate steps to be taken in case the Failure occurs.
Each team must present about their vehicle for maximum of ten minutes. The presentation must comprise of all the subsystem and there must be five slides for sales presentation.
POINTS TABLE FOR THE DYNAMIC EVENTS
|1||BRAKE TEST (mandatory)||100|
All the bikes have to pass the brake test to participate in any of the Dynamic Events. The bike must stop in a straight line after the brake is applied. Each bike will be given 2 attempts to pass the brake test. And in case if the bike passes the test in the first attempt it will not be given further trials.
The acceleration event evaluates the Bike’s acceleration in a straight line on flat pavement.
The bike will accelerate from a standing start over a distance of 100 m on a flat surface. The foremost part of the bike will be staged at exactly behind the starting line. The time taken to accelerate would be measured.
Cones Down or Out: A three (3) second penalty will be added for each DO (including entry and exit gate cones) that occurred on that particular run to give the corrected elapsed time.
Did Not Attempt (DNA):
If the bike did not attempt or if it does not complete the event, then those bikes would receive DNA.
Skid Pad Test:
The objective of the skid-pad event is to measure the Bike’s cornering ability on a flat surface while making a constant- radius turn.
Skid Pad Layout:
There will be two (2) pairs of concentric circles in a figure of eight pattern. The centers of these circles will be 2m apart. The inner circles will be 2.5m in diameter, and the outer circles will be 4.5m in diameter. The driving path will be the 2m path between the inner and outer circles. The bikes will enter and exit through gates on a 2m wide path that is tangential to the circles where they meet. The line between the centers of the circles defines the start/stop line. A lap is defined as traveling around one of the circles from the start/stop line and returning to the start/stop line.
- The track is laid on as shown and the bike will enter the track perpendicular to the figure eight. They must take one full lap on the right circle to establish the turn and the bike must move on to the left circle to complete the lap. This completes one lap and will be timed. Immediately upon finishing the circle the lap will be completed, and the bike will exit the track. The bike will exit at the intersection moving in the same direction as entered.
- A driver has the option to take a second run immediately after the first.
- Cones Down or Out: A penalty of 2second will be added to the time for every cone that is knocked down or out (including the gate cones).
- Unfinished: Bike’s that have gone out of the track will continue as long as they have not gone off course will be classified as Unfinished. Bike’s that do not follow procedure, i.e. run an incorrect number of laps or run the Laps in the wrong sequence will also be classified as unfinished.
- Legs touching the ground: A penalty of 3 seconds will be added to the time for every time the rider touches the ground with any/both of his feet.
The endurance event is designed to evaluate the bike’s overall performance, reliability and efficiency.
In general, the teams completing the laps in the shortest time will earn the maximum points available for this event. The endurance distance is approximately 1.5 km
The track consists of various obstacles at different places like standing water, muddy sand, converging bridge, rocks, etc.
- Cone down or out: 2 second per cone. This includes cones before and after start/finish line.
- Off Course (OC): For an off Course, the driver must re-enter the track at or prior to the missed gate or a twenty (20) second penalty will be assessed.
- Legs touching the ground: A penalty of 2 seconds will be added to the time for every time the rider touches the ground with any/both of his feet.
- Running Out of Order: 2 Minutes.
Every team should follow some rules and restriction. Violation by anyone of the participating member may be liable to be penalized severely; the team may be disqualified at any instance of time or withdrawal of award/awards as well.
Unsportsmanlike Conduct- In the event of unsportsmanlike conduct, the team will receive a warning from an official. A second violation will result in expulsion of the team from the competition. Failure of a team member to follow an instruction or command directed specifically to that team or team member will result in a twenty five (25) point penalty.
ARGUMENTS WITH OFFICALS:
Argument with, or disobedience to, any official may result in the team being eliminated from the competition. All members of the team may be immediately dismissed from the grounds.
SMOKING AND ILLEGAL MATERIAL:
Alcohol, illegal drugs, weapons or other illegal material are prohibited on the event site during the competition. This rule will be in effect during the entire competition. Any violation of this rule by a team member will cause the expulsion of the entire team. This applies to both team members and faculty advisors. Any use of drugs, or the use of alcohol by an underage individual, will be reported to the local authorities for prosecution.
Vehicles may not move under their own power anywhere else in the premises but only on the competition tracks. Vehicles must be pushed at a normal walking Space