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The city of Los Angeles in the U.S.A. is an example of a city that has learnt to pay the price for heavy use of transportation. The city s urban planning has dictated that people use their own private vehicles, as public transportation is poor. Transportation uses the bulk of the world s petroleum. We use petrol or gas (depending on which side of the pond you come from), because it
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Figure 15-1 Honda dream car. Image courtesy Honda.
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However, there must be alternatives to our present fossil fuel-based vehicles, and yes there are. You ll never guess what . . . these alternatives are solar derived as well! Read on and see what the exciting technology has in store.
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it is possible to produce a vehicle that runs on solar energy. There are a number of competitions that aim to spur on the development of solar vehicles, two notable competitions are the World Solar Challenge, and the North American Solar Challenge. If you are really keen on getting into solar vehicles, some of the top universities enter cars into the races. OK . . . so entering a full-size solar car into a race is a little bit pricey (Figure 15-2), but what can you do instead to fulfill your solar ambitions Follow the next project and find out how to build a simple solar vehicle!
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At the moment, solar cars aren t really practical for you and I to drive about in simply too much surface area is required to mount the solar cells. Also, some method of storing the solar energy needs to be employed for when your car goes into a tunnel or the sun hides behind a cloud. Even so, solar vehicles such as the Honda Dream shown in Figure 15-1 are an interesting demonstration that
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Take a peek at the World Solar Challenge website to see what is going on www.wsc.org.au/
Online resources
Check this website about solar vehicles for some cool information www.formulasun.org/education/seles9.html/
Also, the North American Solar Challenge is here www.americansolarchallenge.org/
Project 39: Build Your Own Solar Car
Figure 15-2 Solar vehicles lined up for a solar car race. Image courtesy NASA.
Project 39: Build Your Own Solar Car
In this project we will be building a small solar vehicle that demonstrates how solar power can be used to propel a small vehicle. In the next projects, you will learn how to soup up your racers and race them.
2n3906 transistor 1381 voltage trigger 2.2 k resistor (color bands red/red/red/gold) SC2433 24 33 mm 2.7 V solar cell Pair solar cell wires 25 mm (1 in.) length 18 gauge wire
You will need
SolarSpeeder 1.1 printed circuit board (PCB) High-efficiency coreless motor Motor mounting clip 3 Rubber wheels on nylon hubs 43 mm long 1.40 mm diameter (1.7 in. long, 0.055 in. diameter) steel rod 2 Black plastic wheel retainers 0.33 F 2.5 V gold capacitor 2n3904 transistor
Tools
Soldering iron Needle-nose pliers Side-cutters or strong scissors File and/or sandpaper Glue, rubber cement, or hot-glue (or superglue, if you re very careful) Safety glasses very important when clipping and snipping!
Note
A full kit of parts for the following project is available from Solarbotics at www.solarbotics.com
First, assemble all of the components for the Solaroller as in Figure 15-3. When our project is complete, it will look like the pretty little bug in Figure 15-4. First of all, take a look at the schematic in Figure 15-5. This is a pretty standard design for a solar engine. What is happening here is that our
Project 39: Build Your Own Solar Car
Figure 15-3 Components of the Solaroller.
Figure 15-4 The assembled Solaroller. Image courtesy Solarbotics.
little solar cell is providing electrical energy which is charging the high-capacity capacitor. When the voltage reaches a certain threshold level, the 1381 triggers the output circuit, which dumps the power in the capacitor through the motor, creating movement. The first step of assembling your Solaroller is illustrated in Figure 15-6. You are going to need to take the axle and thread it through the two holes in the circuit board named rod.
Next, take the high-capacity capacitor, bend the leads so that they are flush with the body of the capacitor. Then solder it into the PCB. Ensure that you solder this in the correct orientation. Next, take the 2.2 k resistor and solder it as shown. The orientation of the resistor is unimportant. The next stage in assembly is shown in Figure 15-7. First take the 3904 transistor and solder it at the head of the board in the orientation shown in Figure 15-7. Now the 1381 and 2906 transistors are soldered in either side of the board facing down. This is also illustrated in Figure 15-7. Finally take the small fuse clip which will be acting as our motor mount and solder it into the bottom of the board. Note that the fuse clip has a small lip to prevent the motor sliding out. Ensure that you orient this correctly.
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