Driveline Analysis of Electric Vehicle Conversion Performance

Fuad Zainuri, Fuad Zainuri, D. A. Sumarsono, M. Adhitya, Rolan Siregar, Rolan Siregar, Sonki Prasetya, Sonki Prasetya, Ghany Heryana, Ghany Heryana, Nazaruddin, Nazaruddin, Widiyatmoko, Iwan Susanto, Rahmat Subarkah, Belyamin, Ihsanudin


Along with the development of electric vehicle in Indonesia, one of the effort from Universitas Indonesia is developing on electric car that converted from usual car. But, after it was converted from conventional car which named Makara Electric Vehicle 02 still need crosschecking on several aspects, especially on braking. The author will focus on the effect of center of gravity and total mass to the braking characteristics which is braking forces and stopping distance by doing weigh testing and after that data processing to the characteristics that needed. The author also explained data result and compared it to the same M1 vehicle type before it was converted. The result of the test showing that center of gravity MEV 02 start from 0,57-0,62 meter along increase in passengers, for braking force start from 4900-6200N along increase in passengers, and for stopping distance start from 2-18m for velocity on 20 km/h, 40 km/h, and 60km/hours. Transportation is one of the biggest sectors that contributes to pollution in cities area. This happens because of the exhaust gas produced by the vehicles contains dangerous gases that causes air pollution. Electric vehicle is the alternative mode of transportation that does not produce any exhaust gas at all, yet it will take a long time for the masses to adapt to this new source of energy for the vehicle, and that was when the idea came up to convert a conventional vehicle. Makara Electric Vehicle 02 is an electric vehicle conversion project, using Daihatsu Ayla as the base platform, the internal combustion engine is replaced with AC Induction Motor 7.5 kW, whilst all the rest of the driveline components remains the same to use the standard components. This research will test the vehicle performance using dynamometer, calculating the resistance force working on the vehicle, and the maximum road incline handled by the vehicle by calculating tractive effort produced by the vehicle. The result is that the vehicle produced maximum power of 12.08 HP, with maximum torque of 86.25 Nm at 750 RPM. With used of the dyno test it is measured that the maximum vehicle speed is 46 km/hour. The transmission mapped the powertrain RPM to work and the range of 1237-3759 RPM on first gear, 776-3527 RPM on second gear, 720-2624 RPM on third gear, 692-1989 on fourth gear, dan 566-1626 RPM on fifth gear. The maximum road incline is 22 degree of slope. When the battery condition is not in a full state of charge, the performance of the motor dropped 29% form the maximum capabilities of the motor.


Paper Citation

in Harvard Style

Zainuri F., Sumarsono D., Adhitya M., Siregar R., Prasetya S., Heryana G., Nazaruddin., Widiyatmoko., Susanto I., Subarkah R., Belyamin. and Ihsanudin. (2020). Driveline Analysis of Electric Vehicle Conversion Performance. In Proceedings of the 9th Annual Southeast Asian International Seminar - Volume 1: ASAIS, ISBN 978-989-758-518-0, pages 101-107. DOI: 10.5220/0010538101010107

in Bibtex Style

author={Fuad Zainuri and D. A. Sumarsono and M. Adhitya and Rolan Siregar and Sonki Prasetya and Ghany Heryana and Nazaruddin and Widiyatmoko and Iwan Susanto and Rahmat Subarkah and Belyamin and Ihsanudin},
title={Driveline Analysis of Electric Vehicle Conversion Performance},
booktitle={Proceedings of the 9th Annual Southeast Asian International Seminar - Volume 1: ASAIS,},

in EndNote Style


JO - Proceedings of the 9th Annual Southeast Asian International Seminar - Volume 1: ASAIS,
TI - Driveline Analysis of Electric Vehicle Conversion Performance
SN - 978-989-758-518-0
AU - Zainuri F.
AU - Sumarsono D.
AU - Adhitya M.
AU - Siregar R.
AU - Prasetya S.
AU - Heryana G.
AU - Nazaruddin.
AU - Widiyatmoko.
AU - Susanto I.
AU - Subarkah R.
AU - Belyamin.
AU - Ihsanudin.
PY - 2020
SP - 101
EP - 107
DO - 10.5220/0010538101010107