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    hi to all from raghav

    hello everybody present
    I am a student of Mechanical Engineering and would be participating in the ASME HPVC
    I had joined this forum for technical guidance and information

    my well wishes to all
    raghav

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    Welcome to Bike Forums, Raghav. Have you designed human powered vehicles before?
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    hi
    sorry for not replying for so long. just had a busy week
    no I have not built an HPV. This is going to be my first practical experience
    we are planning to build a pivoting boom front wheel drive recumbent
    I had read up on the net that there is a problem of wheel slip in FWD's
    we calculated and realized that this should not be a problem on a level road
    as I don't have any experience and am making this assumption out of theory
    could you actually guide me about this from experience

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    Welcome to the Forums.

    You might get better answers if you posted this question in Recumbents subforum. They have experience if anyone around here. I hope you contribute too and share any findings you came across in your project.

    --J
    To err is human. To moo is bovine.

    Who is this General Failure anyway, and why is he reading my drive?


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