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2019-01-09

Development of an Innovative Transmission System for Two-Wheelers Using TRIZ Methodology 2019-26-0369

In a developing country like India, Two-wheelers dominate the automotive market with around 80% market shares. In Indian city traffic conditions, driving a two wheeler is a tiresome job. Manual transmission makes this task even further uncomfortable. So an automatic transmission is a better solution. A new automatic transmission system is developed which can reduce fatigue of drivers. Steps of ARIZ (Algorithm for Inventive Problem Solving) were followed. Ideas or concepts for the design were proposed from various fields and were compared for various parameters like size, weight, complexity, manufacturability, feasibility, efficiency and cost. They were also compared with the existing transmission systems. Based upon the results of the comparison, 5 designs were selected and they were analyzed thoroughly. Finally one design was selected. It was further studied in detailed and its improving and worsening features are noted and with the help of contradiction matrix and 40 principles contradictions were removed. S-Curve for the new system is predicted and the effects of the new design on super system are shown with the help of system operator (25 windows).

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