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operational characteristics and components of the automotive chassis and body The separate frame and body type of vehicle construction is the most common. Automotive. Engineering. Powertrain, Chassis System and Vehicle Body. Edited by David A. Crolla. Amsterdam $ Boston $ Heidelberg $ London $ New York $. Available in PDF Format. This comprehensive overview of chassis technology presents an up-to-date picture for vehicle construction and design engineers in.

The backbone of any automobile, it is the either used or being considered as substitutions for metal in supporting frame to which the body of an engine, axle many weight-critical critical components in aerospace, automotive and assemblies are affixed.

Tie bars, that aree essential parts of other industries. High damping capacity of composite automotive frames, are fasteners that bind different auto parts materials can be beneficial in many automotive applications in together. Automotive frames are basically manufactured from which noise, vibration, and hardness is a critical issue for steel.

It is usually made of a steel frame, which holds the body passenger comfort. In the present work, the pertinent and engine of an automotive vehicle. It providesprovid strength information of an existing heavy vehicle chassis of EICHER is needed for supporting vehicular components and payload taken for design and analysis with different cross sections for placed upon it.

At the time of manufacturing, the body of a different materials like steel and S S-Glass Epoxy composite. The model of steel and polymeri polymeric composite heavy vehicle It provides strength needed for supporting vehicular chassis was created in Pro-E E and analysed with ANSYS for componentss and payload placed upon it. Automobile chassis is same load conditions.

After analysis a comparison is made usually made of light sheet metal or composite plastics. This between existing conventional steel chassis and S-Glass Epoxy paper describes the design and analysis of heavy vehicle in terms of deflections and stresses, to select the bbest one.

Vijayan, S. Design and analysis of automotive chassis considering cross-section and material the stresses in a truck chassis before manufacturing is Specification of Existing Heavy Vehicle Chassis important due to the design improvement and it is investigated Hemant et al.

The load acting on each beam is half of the weight reduction in the truck chassis Hirak Patel et al. Table 1. The model for vehicle that considers the elastic Side bar of the chassis mm x 76 mm x 6mm characteristic of frame was applied to the rear frame of Cross bar of the chassis mm x 75 mm x 4mm Front Overhang a mm articulated dump truck, it was confirmed that this analysis can Wheel Base b mm be used to predict the bending and torsion stresses of frames Rear Overhang c mm Haval Kamal Asker, The mathematical stress analysis of a platform integrated structure mounted on vehicle Dimensions of polymeric composite heavy vehicle chassis chassis designed for unconventional type of loading pattern PCHVC are taken as that of the conventional steel heavy was described Deulgaonkar, The fatigue study and life vehicle chassis SHVC.

Width of the chassis is 80mm. Since prediction on the chassis in order to verify the safety of this the properties of PCHVC vary with directions of fiber, a 3-D chassis during its operation using Finite Element Method model of chassis is needed for analysis.

The Automotive Chassis: Volume 1: Components Design (Mechanical Engineering Series)

The loading conditions FEM was discussed in detail Kurdi, et al. The are assumed to be static. The element has six degrees of modifications of existing bracket have resulted in reduction of freedom at each node translations in the nodal x, y, and z stress values leading to safe design was investigated directions and rotations about the nodal x, y, and z-axes.

The Balbirsingh, et al. The structural analysis of the chassis frame is performed to From the analysis the stress distribution Von-mises stress and check the vulnerable points having high magnitude stress at deformations were carried out.

The total load of chassis of static load condition Paul et al. A detailed review was magnitude N is applied on each side of beam and the presented on the chassis design using FEA Harshad et al. The analysis of chassis frame was done to improve its payload by adding stiffener at maximum stress region of chassis Sairam Kotari and Gopinath, The effective method for dynamic stress analysis of structural components of bus systems is detailed Kim et al.

To determine the characteristics of a chassis using ANSYS and reinforcement technique of optimization is carried out Sandip Godse, The static and dynamic load characteristics of chassis were investigated using Finite Element Analysis method Rajappan and Vivekanandhan, ; Tushar et al.

The structural analysis of chassis was investigated by replacing traditional materials with ultra light weight carbon fiber materials Salvi Gauri Sanjay et al. Stress distribution for steel chassis Fig.

Deformation pattern for S-Glass epoxy chassis Fig 7. Stress distribution for S-Glass epoxy chassis Fig.

Deformation pattern for S-Glass epoxy chassis Structural Analysis of Box Channel Section Fig 1 to 4 illustrates the deformation and stress distribution pattern for the C-channel cross section. Fig 1,3 represents the deformation plot for the C-channel cross section for the different materials. Fig 2,4 represents the stress distribution for the C-channel cross section for the different materials.

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The deformation and stress distribution pattern for the I- Cross section is depicted in the Fig 5 to 8. Figures 5,8 represents the deformation plot for the I-channel cross section for the different materials. Width of the chassis is 80mm.

Since prediction on the chassis in order to verify the safety of this the properties of PCHVC vary with directions of fiber, a 3-D chassis during its operation using Finite Element Method model of chassis is needed for analysis. The loading conditions FEM was discussed in detail Kurdi, et al. The are assumed to be static.

The element has six degrees of modifications of existing bracket have resulted in reduction of freedom at each node translations in the nodal x, y, and z stress values leading to safe design was investigated directions and rotations about the nodal x, y, and z-axes.

The Balbirsingh, et al. The structural analysis of the chassis frame is performed to From the analysis the stress distribution Von-mises stress and check the vulnerable points having high magnitude stress at deformations were carried out.

The total load of chassis of static load condition Paul et al. A detailed review was magnitude N is applied on each side of beam and the presented on the chassis design using FEA Harshad et al.

The analysis of chassis frame was done to improve its payload by adding stiffener at maximum stress region of chassis Sairam Kotari and Gopinath, The effective method for dynamic stress analysis of structural components of bus systems is detailed Kim et al.

To determine the characteristics of a chassis using ANSYS and reinforcement technique of optimization is carried out Sandip Godse, The static and dynamic load characteristics of chassis were investigated using Finite Element Analysis method Rajappan and Vivekanandhan, ; Tushar et al. The structural analysis of chassis was investigated by replacing traditional materials with ultra light weight carbon fiber materials Salvi Gauri Sanjay et al.

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Stress distribution for steel chassis Fig. Deformation pattern for S-Glass epoxy chassis Fig 7. Stress distribution for S-Glass epoxy chassis Fig. Deformation pattern for S-Glass epoxy chassis Structural Analysis of Box Channel Section Fig 1 to 4 illustrates the deformation and stress distribution pattern for the C-channel cross section. Fig 1,3 represents the deformation plot for the C-channel cross section for the different materials. Fig 2,4 represents the stress distribution for the C-channel cross section for the different materials.

The deformation and stress distribution pattern for the I- Cross section is depicted in the Fig 5 to 8. Figures 5,8 represents the deformation plot for the I-channel cross section for the different materials.

The Automotive Chassis: Volume 1: Components Design (Mechanical Engineering Series)

Fig 6,7 represents the stress distribution for the I-channel cross section for the different materials. The deformation and stress distribution pattern for the Box- Cross section is depicted in the Fig 9 to The deformation plot for Fig.

Deformation pattern for steel chassis the Box- cross section for the different materials is shown in fig 9, Design and analysis of automotive chassis considering cross-section and material The stress distribution for the Box-cross section for the different materials is shown in Fig 10,12 The analytical results of stress distribution and deformation computed using equation 1 and 2 tabulated in the Table 2.

Table 2 shows the stress distribution and deformation values for materials and cross section of different materials and compared with the analytical values. It can be inferred from the tabulation that the magnitudes of the deformation and stress are very closer to analytical results in comparison with the numerical results.

Table 2. Deformation pattern for steel chassis C Steel When compared with C and Box cross sections the I cross section induces very low stress and deformation. To support the load of the body, engine, gear box etc. To withstand the forces caused due to the sudden braking oracceleration 4. To withstand the stresses caused due to the bad road condition. To withstand centrifugal force while cornering Types of chassis frames: There are three types of frames 1. Conventional frame 2. Integral frame 3.

As with welding during construction of a chassis, care must be taken to avoid problems due to excessive heat.

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Normally, additional welding is concentrated on speciic areas, such as suspension mounting points or the engine bay, as it is quite a labor in- tensive technique. Most of the time, a full rollcage would be itted instead of additional welding, but in some instances where a cage is not going to be used, full welding of the entire shell can take place. Perhaps the single de- velopment that has impactedManufacturing more quickly and signiicantly than any previous technol- ogy is the digital computer.

The above image shows inal model of modiied Computers are being used increasingly for both de- chassis sign and detailing of engineering components in the drawing ofice. Courant, who utilized the Ritz method of numerical analysis and minimization of variational calculus to obtain approximate solutions to vibra- tion systems.

By the early 70's, FEA was limited to expensive mainframe computers generally owned by the aeronautics, automotive, defense, and nu- clear industries. Since the rapid decline in the cost of computers and the phenomenal increase in com- puting power, FEA has been developed to an incred- ible precision. Present day supercomputers are now able to produce accurate results for all kinds of pa- rameters. De- The above image shows von-misses stress value fault solid Brick element was used to mesh the com- The shown mesh method was called Tetra Hydra Mesh.

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Biaxiality 0. Thanneru raghu krishna prasad, gouthamsolasa, nariganani sd satyadeep, g. Sureshbabu K. Rajesh 4. Hirak patel, khushbu c. Panchal, chetan s. Hemant b.In fact, a dry friction force allows suspension motion only over a certain threshold value of force.

The pres- As we know that weight of the chassis is the ma- ence of heavier-gauge steel components in modern jor problem in manufacturing,cost and mileage as- separate frame designs also tends to limit intrusion pects. Some disc wheels have a wooden rim in one or more pieces. The vehicle shown in Fig. Automotive Computer Controlled Systems.