• Karan Soni, Raj Singh Thakur, Sonali Pathak, Prof. Sudhanshu Atkare


Most braking systems run on the principle that releases kinetic energy to heat energy. This is the method that has its own disadvantages and must be replaced with a more efficient braking system that responds quickly, doesn’t heat, and also is maintenance-free. In this project, a frictionless braking system is proposed using the eddy current phenomenon. This phenomenon is administrated by faraday’s law of electromagnetic induction and Lenz’s law. Eddy current is generated by the relative motion between a metal, alloy conductor, and a magnet. The current induces magnetic fields in the conductor which opposes the actual magnetic field of the magnet and results in the deceleration of motion Lenz law). The constant magnetic field is the easiest design to implement. The mechanism which implements this phenomenon is evolving braking system. This braking system is frictionless, hence it’s advantageous over conventional friction brakes in terms of performance and maintenance. The proposed system is implemented on the rear wheel of vehicles.
How to Cite
Karan Soni, Raj Singh Thakur, Sonali Pathak, Prof. Sudhanshu Atkare. (1). BRAKING SYSTEM BASED ON ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION. International Journal Of Innovation In Engineering Research & Management UGC APPROVED NO. 48708, EFI 5.89, WORLD SCINTIFIC IF 6.33, 9(2), 14-19. Retrieved from