Design and Analysis of a Go-Kart

Authors

  • Mainak Mitra Student, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Nitte Meenakshi Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India
  • C. G. Shreesh Kaushik Student, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Nitte Meenakshi Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India
  • Saif Ahmed Shabbeer Student, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Nitte Meenakshi Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India
  • Saurav Ravi Palan Student, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Nitte Meenakshi Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India
  • Mahesh Shetty Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Nitte Meenakshi Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India

Keywords:

Analysis, Frame designing, Go-Kart, Innovation, Powertrain system, Steering Calculations, Mechanism

Abstract

A Go-kart may be a miniaturized four-wheel vehicle. They usually have neither suspension attached nor differentials. They're usually raced upon tarmac tracks, but mostly driven for amusement purpose by many people. Carting is widely regarded as the proverbial stepping stone of sorts to the upper echelon ranks of motorsports. Kart racing enjoys widespread acceptance because of it being the most pocket friendly sort of motorsport available which can be participated without much experience. As a leisurely activity, it is very easily performed by almost any able-bodied person and permits licensed racing of this form to anyone upwards of the age of 8. This form of racing also helps to recognize talents for more complex motorsports at a very young age. Many people say it belongs to the young age people but adults are also actively involved and enjoy doing this. Karting is taken into account because of the initiative it brings towards the induction of any professional racer's career.

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Published

26-07-2020

How to Cite

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M. . Mitra, C. G. S. . Kaushik, S. A. . Shabbeer, S. R. . Palan, and M. . Shetty, “Design and Analysis of a Go-Kart”, IJRESM, vol. 3, no. 7, pp. 283–288, Jul. 2020.

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