OPTIMIZATION OF CHASSIS BY USING FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS METHOD FOR AUTOMOBILES
Author(s):
K VISWANATH ALLAMRAJU, MATAM VISHWANATH SWAMY
Keywords:
Finite element Analysis, Chassis, AISI 304 Steel, 4130 Steel, C-section
Abstract
The frame is the main structure of the vehicle body. All other components are attached to it; a term for this design is to build the body on the frame. The structure consists of an internal framework that supports the artificial object in its construction and use. It is like an animal skeleton. The main objective of the article is to improve the efficiency of the heavy-duty structure with C-section for heavy vehicles by using solid CAD tool work. These assemblies are the main parts and are the main frame (staffers, longer) with the required dimensions. Applied load is 93931 N. Two materials are considered for Chassis with AISI 304 Steel (M1) and Chassis with 4130 Steel (M2). Total deformation, equivalent stress and equivalent strain are determined and compared between two models. The cross section of the Chassis is C-section. The optimized Chassis is M1. The deformation is found low for M1 in comparison to M2. The formability is high in M1 than M2.
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Unique Paper ID: 157154

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 6

Page(s): 93 - 96
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