forged steel and Ti-6Al-4V+12%TiC (Particle Reinforced Metal Matrix Composite) used in automobiles. Three dimensional model of crankshaft shaft is created using Pro-Engineer. Static simulation has to be conducted on two crankshafts, forged steel and Ti-6Al-4V+12%TiC, from similar single
The coefficient of lift and drag values are calculated for 1 ×105 Reynolds number. And conclude that coefficient of Lift/Drag ratio increases with increase in Angle of attack up to 8°. After 8°, Lift/Drag ratio decreases with increase in Angle of attack. Patel H and Damania S (2013) has carried out CFD analysis of wind turbine blade for airfoil section NACA 0018 . In this analysis, the geometry is prepared in the pro-e software package and then import this geometry in the ANSYS 12.0.
Rigidity and stiffness. In designing shafts on the basis of strength, the following cases may be considered: 1. Twisting moment or torque only, 2. Bending moment only, 3. Combined twisting and bending moments 3.2.1 SHAFT SUBJECTED TO TWISTING MOMENT OR TORQUE ONLY For Motor Power = 100 W RPM =
A cube size of 150 x 150 x 150 mm and cylinder size of 150mm diameter and 300mm length was adopted. The specimen was placed centrally in the testing machine. The load was applied uniformly until the specimen fails due to compression. The ultimate load divided by the cross sectional area of the specimen is equal to the ultimate compressive strength. 3.2.
This resulted in a 19.05 percent error. Figure 1 shows the load versus extension and Figure 2 shows the stress strain curve. Figure 1: Load as a Function of Extension of AA 2024T351 Figure 2: Stress as a Function of Strain Graph of AA 2024T351 AA 5052-0 The material properties of alloy AA 5052-0 is shown in Table 1. Table 2: 5052-0 Specimen Experimental
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.
Shaft-driven bicycles makes use of a large bevel gear where conventional bicycles as we know them, have chain rings. The fundamental concern about shaft-driven bikes is that for this bevel gears the bike requires both high quality cogs and heavier frame assembly, whereas
CONCLUSION TIG welding with mixture of SiO2 and TiO2 fluxes achieves increase in weld depth and decreasein weld width as well as angular distortion. The results indicate that TIG welds produced without flux the surface appearances clean andsmooth but with flux formed residual slag, spatters and small amount of fume is reported.Hardnessvalueoftheweldzonechangewiththedistancefromweldcentre dueto changeof microstructure. The G-PCA method is supplemented by the ANOVA which is revealed that current, speed andflux are controllable factors significantly the multiple quality characteristics withdesirecontribution of 47.81%, 13.09% and 20.61% respectively. The optimal combination of the process parameters was obtained from the proposedmethod was set with values of current, speed and flux 140 A, 100 mm/min and mixture of SiO2and TiO2 flux respectively. The corresponding responses are penetration depth, weldwidth and distortion of 3.64mm, 3.76mm, and 0.76
The steels rod are cushioned with the help of a foam and by using silicon sheets to give patient an extra comfort (the breadth of a foam used will be 2 cm) Cross-section of a single component – Here, we have a single compartment, where the height of the compartment is 50cm. So, we place a position of 2 cm at a height of 33 cm from the base level at a height of bladder of 5 inches (12.7cm) and we placed a rod in the rod holder of 3.1 cm wide and 10 cm long supported by bladder. So as shown in fig. 4 the holder is round at bottom to support the rod and open at top, or full extension when bladder is fully inflated. Bladeless fan