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Fabrication and testing of bionic boot

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Awadhesh Kumar Yadav, Vinay Keshari, Sanchit Singh, Abhishek, Vidyanand Chauhan and Adarsh Gupta
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Physical Sciences and Engineering
Abstract: 

As in today’s world and in future, there is only requirement of the people that everyone want to a fast, efficient and precise work output with the use of less human effort. Hence, thinking upon the requirement of people, we as a student of mechanical engineering are going to give the idea of “BIONIC BOOT” which turns a man towards superman. It will increase the human capabilities. We got inspired from the kangaroo which can run to maximum speed of 44 mph due to its special type of back feet structure. They can store the elastic energy in their back feet and release of this elastic energy generates 80% more power than in humans. Hence we decided to make the same replica for the human beings which will store and release the elastic energy similar as “kangaroo.” The bionic boot could increase the speed of humans to 25 mph. It will also help in running off road or climbing hills. As we know that there are limited amount of fossil fuels present in the world. But in India, approximately 60 to 70% people use the two wheelers for the small distance transportation. Hence to reduce the dependency on fossil fuels for the transportation of people we have given the idea of bionic boot. The bionic boot makes the human beings more active. To make a pair of bionic boot we have used iron strip, high strength spring which can store and release the elastic energy, nuts and bolts, GI sheet, rubber and wooden blocks. Generally, the purpose of bionic boot is to increase the running speed of human beings.

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