Kunal Nirmal, Prathmesh Yadav, Aditya Shinde, Soham Panchal, Prof. Jayesh Dhuri
In-Phase and Counter-Phase steering, Proximity sensor, automated 4-wheel steering system, efficient, automotive.
The Automated 4-wheel steering system is a novel concept that uses photoelectric proximity sensors and servo motors to actively steer all four wheels during turning maneuvers, offering two different steering modes: in-face steering and counter-face steering. The system is based on a small hand-made steering column on which four photoelectric proximity sensors are fixed, two for each mode. The sensors are used to detect the orientation and position of the steering column, while the servo motors are used to actuate the wheels in the desired direction. The proposed system is designed to provide two modes of steering, In-face, and Counter-face steering. It is composed of several components, including sensors, servo motors, micro-controller, and control circuitry. The results show that the system can provide accurate and efficient steering control in both In-face and Counter-face modes, with the use of proximity sensors and an accelerometer sensor. The future scope includes developing new and more cost effective & efficient steering systems, improving comfort & stability while steering, and integrating the technology into various automotive applications.
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Unique Paper ID: 159577

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 12

Page(s): 192 - 199
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