Analysis of Four Wheel Steer Electronic Vehicle Using FEA Method


Authors : Sanket Benade, Onkar Magdum, Prasad Mali, Utsav Mehta, Prof. Rakesh Kolhapure

Volume/Issue : Volume 2 - 2017, Issue 10 - October

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we are moving towards the future development, then we are to improve our technology. The next step towards the technical development is in automotive sector.This is possible by creativity, designing and innovation of young automobile enthusiast. The sinologist of computer aided design (CAD) modelling software and that type of related technology has been promoted the development the software for the chassis modelling. It deliberates the final effect of the outputs model, which is consist in numerical data and graphical elements of the model. This rundown the simulation time and enables the betterment process to shown by successful final results. This paper presents an electronic car chassis design by using the commercial design software package, finite element analysis (FEA). The design of the chassis with satisfying stiffness and strength is the ambition of this research paper. The material used is as mild steel AISI 1018 with 360 MPa of yield strength and 420 MPa of ultimate strength. The result shown by the worrisome point of stresses and displacement created in the middle of the side members in all loading conditions, maximum stresses created in below the yield stress.

Keywords : Computer Aided Design, Chassis Modelling, Finite Elemental Analysis, Mild Steel AISI 1018, and Stress.

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