DESIGN AND SIMULATION OF ROTARY POWER STEERING SYSTEM

Anusuri Devi Hemalatha, Mrs. N.Venkata Lakshmi

Abstract


The most conventional steering arrangement is to turn the front wheels using a hand–operated steering wheel which is positioned in front of the driver, via the steering column, which may contain universal joints (which may also be part of the collapsible steering column design), to allow it to deviate somewhat from a straight line. In this thesis, to turn the rear wheels out of phase to the front wheels. In order to achieve this, a mechanism which consists of two bevel gears and intermediate shaft which transmit 100% torque as well turns rear wheels in out of phase was developed.  The materials used for these analyses are Aluminum alloy, steel, and cast iron materials. Static analysis to determine the deformation, stress of the steering system at different rotational velocities (220,250,300&400rad/s), modal analysis to determine the natural frequency and deformation for 5 mode shapes. 3D modeled by using the software Pro-Engineer and analysis done in ANSYS software.


Keywords


Pressure Vessel;Weld Efficiencies;CREO;ANSYS; Linear Layer Analysis;

References


. Mr. Krishna Bevinkatti Undergraduate Student / Dept. Of Mechanical Engg./VVPIET, Solapur University, Maharashtra India Mr. Atul Mali Undergraduate Student / Dept. Of Mechanical Engg./VVPIET, Solapur University, Maharashtra India Mr. Rahulsingh Bayas Undergraduate Student / Dept. Of Mechanical Engg./VVPIET, Solapur University, Maharashtra India Mr. Abhijit Ghadage Undergraduate Student / Dept. Of Mechanical Engg./VVPIET, Solapur University, Maharashtra India Prof. Anuse U.L. Assistant Professor / Dept. Of Mechanical Engg./VVPIET, Solapur University, Maharashtra India

. Dilip S Choudhari1*, ds_choudhari@rediffmail.Com*Corresponding Author: Dilip S Choudhari,three. Sachin Saxena1*, Vinay Kumar2, Sarabjeet Singh Luthra3 and Alok Kumar1

. Operation S.NITHYANANTH1 , A.JAGATHEESH2 , K.MADAN2 , B.NIRMALKUMAR2 1Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Jay Shriram Group of Institutions, Tirupur, Tamilnadu, Emailid:kongunithi@gmail.Com, Ph.9092031116 2Final Year Students, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Jay Shriram Group of Institutions, Tirupur,Tamilnadu.

. Saket Bhishikar, Vatsal Gudhka, Neel Dalal, Paarth Mehta, Sunil Bhil, A.C. Mehta

. K. Lohith1 , Dr. S. R. Shankapal2 , M. H. Monish Gowda3 1- M. Sc. [Engg.] Student, 2-President, three- Assistant professor Automotive and Aeronautical Engineering Department, M. S. Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies, Bangalore – fifty eight.


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