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Seminar Report

Submitted to
Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University, Nagpur

In Partial Fulfillment of Bachelor of Engineering

Submitted By
Sumedh pathak
Roll No. A-62

Under the Guidance of
Prof. M Sonekar

Department of Mechanical Engineering
St. Vincent Pallotti College of Engineering & Technology,
Wardha Road, Nagpur

Department of Mechanical Engineering,
St. Vincent Pallotti College of Engineering & Technology,
Wardha Road, Nagpur


This is to certify that the SEMINAR entitled “monowheel motorcycle” has been successfully presented by {Name} sumedh pathak a student of 5th semester B.E. for the partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering of the St. Vincent Pallotti College of Engineering & Technology during the academic year 2012-113

Guide: Prof. M Sonekar Prof. A. D. Pachchhao
Designation: Asst. Prof Head of the Department
Dept of Mechanical Engineering Dept of Mechanical Engineering
SVPCET, Nagpur SVPCET, Nagpur


I express deep sense of gratitude to Prof. A. D. Pachchhao, Head of the Department, Mechanical Engineering without whose valuable suggestions and guidance, creation of this Seminar documentation wouldn’t have been possible. I also owe the gratitude due towards Prof. M Sonekar, Seminar Guide. It was a great pleasure and honor to work under him and I hope many more fruitful associations in the years to come. I am also indebted to other faculty members of my department, for their noteworthy suggestions and encouragement given to me in completing the seminar work. Thank you



CONTENTS PAGE NO Abstract 1 1. Introduction 2 2. Operation 3 3.


Introduction A monowheel is different from a unicycle because the rider sits inside the wheel's circumference, rather than on top of it or outside it. Usually, a monowheel will have a circle-shaped frame with a moving track on the very outside, often made of rubber. Think of the track as a giant tire that surrounds the monowheel -- it's what's responsible for moving the vehicle forward. How does it move? A monowheel works like a giant ball bearing. The driver and the engine anchor the inner wheel, while the engine propels the outer loop. It stays upright through the same principles as a gyroscope. As long as an external force generates motion -- in this case, an engine (although some monowheels are pedal-powered) -- the vehicle will stay in motion. Of course, turning one of these is tricky, too. A monowheel's lack of other wheels and somewhat awkward stance makes handling difficult. A rider will typically want to keep his or her feet close to the ground so the monowheel doesn't tip over completely. In addition, if it has a powerful engine, it's unlikely that all of the power can be used in this kind of setup. Its lack of stability when forward motion is taken away makes braking especially difficult, too. These (and a few other) attributes are what keep a monowheel from being the vehicle of the future as some people once thought it would be. You heard right -- at one time, there were predictions that vehicles with one wheel would replace cars and bikes on the road.


Figure Page no

1. Operation of monowheel motorcycle 3

2. Fig. of a monowheel or a unicycle 7…...

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