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This simulator allows for an estimation of the range of an electric bike in real time. It can simulate the acceleration of the vehicle, driving up the hill, different speeds, the weight of the vehicle, the coefficient of rolling resistance (tire type, tire pressure, surface type), the coefficient of aerodynamic bicycle rider front surface, and the size of the wheel.

Driving simulator parameters are set by default to drive on tarmac tires pumped up to 3.5 bar and with small tread.

Comments - 20

kamil
2017-08-12 21:39:19
lol. 12 v 150 ah battery and 200km. range ?its real , i dont think so
Prasanna Pophali
2017-07-23 17:38:40
I want to make an electric bike. The power of bldc motor is 2.5kw with 48v 50ah lithium ion battery pack. The overall weight is 300kg. So, what will be the range of bike at speed of 60kmph.
Bartek
2017-04-12 07:57:09
@Ricki Check out this simulation:
http://www.electricbikesimulator.com/calculator.php?language=en&speed=110&range=150&weight=400&voltage=48

If the vehicle is in the shape of a bicycle or motorcycle, the air resistance is so great that at this speed the motor must have a minimum of 11KW of power
Ricky
2017-04-11 12:18:49
Dear Admin

How to calculate the range of the vehicle and total weight is 400Kg.

We are using 3Kw rate and peak 6Kw
Rated Torque - 6Nm
RpM - 4500rpm
Voltage - 48V

Expected range 150Km
Expected speed - max 110Kmph

Kindly suggest us what would the amps of the battery pack and would would range? Kindly share the calculation.

Thank you
Bartek
2017-03-29 09:04:56

Dhanush Kumar

"Hello Dear Admin can you please extend the weight max upto 500kg of the driving parameters. We need also formulas how did you calculate this"

We will update the simulator at leisure.
Below simulator algorithm:

Air resistance = 0.5 * 1.226 * Aerodynamics coefficient * Face surface * ( Speed ) up to third;

Rolling resistance on flat = Weight * Rolling coefficient * Acceleration of the earth
* Speed;

Rolling resistance on a hill = ( Weight * cos(tan(Angle of a hill
/ 100)) * (Rolling coefficient + tan(tan(Angle of a hill / 100))) ) * Acceleration of the earth * Speed ));

Dhanush Kumar
2017-03-28 18:33:06
Hello Dear Admin can you please extend the weight max upto 500kg of the driving parameters. We need also formulas how did you calculate this.
Thank you.
Oscar
2017-01-12 23:06:06
Great simulator man! thanks for sharing.
Bartek
2016-11-16 08:53:22
Ian
"This is a really nice simulator, but in the UK we use Miles and MPH, not km. It would be much more user-friendly and helpful if you were to change that setting. Thanks."

At the top section "Language / Units" change to US / Mi :)
Ian
2016-11-12 11:06:01
This is a really nice simulator, but in the UK we use Miles and MPH, not km. It would be much more user-friendly and helpful if you were to change that setting. Thanks.
Cone
2016-07-23 01:10:47
Amassing simulator! Best on internet! Thanks!

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