Human powered vehicle

The goal of the Human Power Vehicle Team this semester is to complete construction of a design winning vehicle capable of competing at the ASME E-Fest South HPVC (Human Powered Vehicle Challenge). In previous semesters, the teams had focused on research, such as spectating an E-fest event and preliminary fabrication. This semester, the team has focused on reiterating key design features and overall fabrication in order to compete for the first time in the Human Powered Vehicle Challenge hosted by ASME. The team is continuing research focusing on aerodynamic shell and seat positioning geometry further improving the efficiency of the overall vehicle.
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Abstract/Description: The goal of the Human Power Vehicle Team this semester is to complete construction of a design winning vehicle capable of competing at the ASME E-Fest South HPVC (Human Powered Vehicle Challenge). In previous semesters, the teams had focused on research, such as spectating an E-fest event and preliminary fabrication. This semester, the team has focused on reiterating key design features and overall fabrication in order to compete for the first time in the Human Powered Vehicle Challenge hosted by ASME. The team is continuing research focusing on aerodynamic shell and seat positioning geometry further improving the efficiency of the overall vehicle.
Subject(s): Seat positioning geometry
Undergraduate Research
Human Powered Vehicle Challenge (HPVC)
Aerodynamic shell