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Paper Title: Fabrication Of An Amphibious Cycle
Authors Name: T. John babu , M.Khaja Gulam Hussain,
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Published In: Volume 1 Issue 2, November-2016
Abstract: An Amphibious cycle is a human-powered vehicle capable of operation on both land and water. The design which has probably received the most coverage is Saidullah’s Bicycle. The bike uses four rectangular air filled floats for buoyancy, and is propelled using two fan blades which have been attached to the spokes. Moraga’s Cycle Amphibious uses a simple tricycle frame to support three floaters which provide both the floatation and thrust. The wings on the powered wheels propel the vehicle in a similar way to a paddle wheel Amphibious cycle. The bicycle is a self contained convertible structure so that it may be readily adapted to operation in either environment comprising conventional wheels and pedal, sprocket, chain drive system but also including front and rear pontoons which are adapted to pivot about the frame of the bicycle from a retracted above-wheel position when in the land operating mode to a deployed, adjacent-wheel position when in the water operating mode. An attachable propeller, drive shaft, and gearing means cooperatively engages the pedal-sprocket structure for powered mobility when in water. This type of cycle is used in flood prone zones for transferring foods and other human utilities.
Keywords: Amphibious cycle, An attachable propeller, drive shaft and pedal-sprocket
Cite Article: "Fabrication Of An Amphibious Cycle", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (, ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.1, Issue 2, page no.33-42, November-2016, Available :
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Country: kurnool, andhra pradesh, India
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