Because of this, the BL-SEV01 Electric Motor Failed to First Test

DAPURPACU – Budi Luhur University alumni, Galih Aji Prakoso, is lucky to try for the first time the work of his ex-campus community, Sport Electric Vehicle 01 (BL-SEV01).

The first test was conducted at the Sentul International Circuit, Bogor, West Java, last week, which was witnessed directly by the Head of the Budi Luhur Cakti Education Foundation’s (BPH) Executive Board, Kasih Hanggoro.

Galih himself has made a number of national achievements in various arenas, ranging from the Indospeed Race Series, Indoclub Championship, Yamaha Sunday Race, Honda CBR Race Day, Kawasaki Racing Academy Race and others.

The results he received were quite good because the BL-SEV01 managed to complete 11 turns and a 900 meter straight track smoothly. The BL-SEV01 also recorded a top speed of up to 100 km / hour.

Unfortunately, as a prototype motorbike it certainly experienced problems in the development process, and this condition was also experienced by the BL-SEV01. Not in the mechanical sector but technical, aka the supporting components.

When the racer who was born in 1993 wanted to aim for a higher speed, the BL-SEV01 experienced problems when entering the small S corner. This iron horse returned to the paddock pit and was immediately analyzed.

After checking conditions and evaluating, the point of trouble is on the gear set. The components used today experience a reduction in performance after passing several laps at the Sentul Circuit.

It was not explained in detail why this happened. However, assumed that the use of a gambot-sized tire at the back would trigger the performance of the gear set which eventually had to ‘give in’.

The Head of the UBL Electric Vehicle Study Center Team, Sujono admitted that after the BL-SEV01 was evaluated, it turned out that there was a problem in the front set gear on the chain whose teeth lost due to the maximum test on the circuit track.

“We are grateful that the electric motor and battery have no problems and are in normal condition. We will end this first test and then evaluate it and continue the second test at the Sentul Circuit again, “he added.

Responding to this question, Hanggoro agreed with Sujono’s wish to re-conduct the second test on the same track in the future.

“I will continue to support the development of the electric motor BL-SEV01 as the work of the nation’s children, which is done directly by UBL Lecturers and Students, in collaboration with LIPI,” he concluded.

For information, the BL-SEV01 specifications are supported by a 96 Volt BLDC electric motor with power reaching 16 kW or the equivalent of 21 hp, supported by a 48Ah battery and a 96 Volt 200 Ampere controller.

To charge the battery until it reaches its maximum or full point, it takes about 4 hours. [dp/MTH]

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