Structural and modal analysis of FSAE space frame chassis Aakash.V1 & Gokul Krishnakumar2 1&2School of mechanical and building sciences, VIT University, Vellore, India email@example.com Abstract : This paper aims to improve the stability of the race car design under various load conditions. Two basic analyses were done using Finite Element Model (FEM) techniques such as static structural and modal analysis to optimize the design of the frame especially used for Formula SAE/ Formula Student chassis. Analysis is done for improving the torsional stiffness of the frame which results in quick response during manoeuvring and the front impact, side impact and rear impact of the space frame to improve the safety features. The analysis is done on dynamic load factor which varies time to time. The worst case scenario is considered for all the above case.
Ishibashi et al. (1983)selected stainless steel and high-speed steel as representative materials with an appreciably difficult weldability, and obtained their suitable welding conditions. In their work, distributions of alloying elements at and near the weld interfaces for joints of sufficient strength were analyzed using an X-ray micro-analyzer. Murti and Sundaresan (1983) directed a study about parameter optimization in friction welding of dissimilar materials. Dunkerton (1986) investigated the effects of rotation speed, friction pressure and upsetting pressure in all friction welding methods for steel.
ANALYSIS OF CONTACT STRESS OF SPUR GEAR BY FEM 1 Dr. JITENDRA KUMAR PANDEY, 2 CHANDRA PRAKASH 1 Associate Professor 2 M. Tech Student, Mechanical Engineering Department NRIIST BHOPAL (M.P) India Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com Abstract: Gears which are most widely used for transmission of power from one shaft to the shaft are considered in this paper for analysis and hence predict the stresses in them using the most versatile numerical techniques in practice, the Finite Element Method (FEM). In all spur gears are the most preferred type of gear because of simplicity of use & manufacturing with high degree of transmission efficiency. They develop high stress concentration at the root and the point of contact
Alike to sandpaper, it is made by cementing small particles of the mineral emery (also called iron spinel or hercynite) to paper. Torque wrench- A torque wrench is a tool used to accurately apply a specific torque to a fastener such as a nut or bolt. It is typically in the form of a socket wrench with special interior mechanisms. Goggles - Goggles or safety glasses are forms of defensive eyewear that usually enclose or protect the area surrounding the eye in order to prevent particulates, water or substances from striking the
Cranckshaft:- it is the heart and the main part of motor engine which response on deliver the motion from motor to drive system which happen because the effective combustion process Cranckshaft is contain parts to help motor in its motion and working on save the balancing the rotating motion of cranckshaft those parts are :- 1-oil bores: its mission is to deliver the lubricant liquid to every part in cranckshaft 2-balance bores: to balancing the mass of Cranckshaft to avoid any vibration 3-cranck pin 4-shaft journal 5-counter weight: to balancing masses Also cranckshaft is using to control some operation in engine like cooling and lubricant by connecting it to devices and controlling their motion by belts. Cranckshaft can be made of two
This plate acts as a crank arm for the cycle since it is mounted from rear wheel in order to support the freewheel and torsion spring. The crank arm which is made of aluminium sheet of 10mm thickness and 660mm long undergoes the reciprocating motion when the force is applied on the pedal as the arm is connected to footrest. The change in motion of pedalling gives out more smoothness and easy movement of bicycle as the force to be applied is less when it is compared to conventional bicycles. Keywords: Torsion spring, freewheel, Crank arm, Cycle. ?
This plate acts as a crank arm for the cycle since it is mounted from rear wheel in order to support the freewheel and torsion spring. The crank arm which is made of aluminium sheet of 10mm thickness and 660mm long undergoes the reciprocating motion when the force is applied on the pedal as the arm is connected to footrest. The change in motion of pedalling gives out more smoothness and easy movement of bicycle as the force to be applied is less when it is compared to conventional bicycles. Keywords: Torsion spring, freewheel, Crank arm, Bicycle. ?
The research concentrates on a computer based push-over analysis technique In this present study, nonlinear analysis of Steel frame using ANSYS 14.5 under the horizontal loading has been carried out. • M.K Rahman, M. Ajmal & M.H Baluch (2012) This paper presents a nonlinear static analysis for seismic performance evaluation of an existing eight-story reinforced concrete frame-shear wall building in Madinah. The building has a dome, reinforced concrete frame systems at different floor levels. The seismic displacement response of the RC frame-shear wall building is obtained using the 3D pushover analysis. • S.P.
To sustain remaining fossil fuels, a more efficient design must be considered in designing the crankcase for Internal Combustion Engine. Therefore, in recent years there has been a shift in crank designs moving to aluminium as its block and cylinder head. In the 1990s it was
A basic relationship in the form of a monotonic failure criterion was proposed based on a relationship between equivalent plastic fracture strain and hydrostatic stress. An experimental program incorporating uniaxial tensile testing of notched specimens was conducted to examine the proposed relationship for the hydrostatic tensile stress range. Finite element analyses were produced to confirm the mechanical properties and obtain the stress-strain state present at specimen failure. A good relation was established between the load-displacement results obtained from experiment and finite element analysis, providing confirmation of the stress-strain data. The stress-strain results confirmed the existence of a relationship between hydrostatic stress and ductility in the form of a monotonically