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TIS0012 Analysis on the Drive Axle Housing of Heavy Truck

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Axle Weights and Load Distribution (TIS-0012)

   

Added on  2020-02-24

TIS0012 Analysis on the Drive Axle Housing of Heavy Truck

   

Axle Weights and Load Distribution (TIS-0012)

   Added on 2020-02-24

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Running Head: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 1Finite Element Analysis of Truck Axels under Various Driving ConditionsStudent’s NameInstitutional AffiliationDate of Submission
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RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 2Fei, M., & Qian, J. (2017). Analysis on the drive axle housing of heavy truck with the finite element method - IEEE Conference Publication. Ieeexplore.ieee.org. Retrieved 2 September 2017, from http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/6199273/According to this article, a lot of effort has been put on the analysis of drive axle housing withregards to the traditional design. The study, however, establishes that it is hard to accuratelydetermine the stiffness and strength of axle loads that are dynamic. This research activity willtherefore enable one to scientifically:-Design a heavy truck’s axle housing via use of modern methods. -Establish a 3D model alongside a concrete analysis of finite element model via theapplication of NASTRAN together with a UG modeling software. -Analyze maximum vertical force, maximum traction, maximum lateral force, andmaximum brake force. -Obtain the distribution of stress alongside the values of parts deformation. -Verify how reasonable the designs are. Aghav, H., & Walame, M. (2016). Stress Analysis and Fatigue Analysis of Front Axle of Heavy - Duty Truck using ANSYS Ncode Design Life for Different Loading Cases. Retrieved 2 September2017, from http://www.ijera.com/papers/Vol6_issue6/Part%20-%202/N0606027882.pdfMajorly, this article acknowledges the fact that the most important part of a heavy duty track isthe front axle. It is by such a reason that it requires appropriate design. However, we are meant tounderstand, in this article, that such designs require special loading conditions for the vehicle.This project helps in the scientific analysis of the front axle’s life with regards to vertical brakingcases. The relevance of this article with regards to its subject matter includes the fact that: -It uses the stress and mesh analyses as produced by the ANSYS workbench
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RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 3-It uses the fatigue analysis as produced by the NCODE design life tool with regards todifferent loading cases. Wang, Y., & Sun, T. (2017). FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS FOR RUTTING PREDICTION OF ASPHALT CONCRETE PAVEMENT UNDER MOVING WHEEL LOAD. Retrieved 2 September 2017, from http://www.ijsimm.com/Full_Papers/Fulltext2017/text16-2_229-240.pdfThe main concern of this activity is to have the accuracy of the rutting prediction model of thefinite element improved. It also tries to evaluate as well as determine the truck parameters’influences. To do so, it employs a 3D pavement model that is modified. By so doing, the activityscientifically proves that: -The single-rear-axle of the front axle is as equally important as the rear axle in relation tothe pavement rutting. -Decreasing the speed of the wheel increases rutting by calculating percentage. Soohyok, I., & Ban, H. (2017). Impact of Truck Loading on Design and Analysis of Asphaltic Pavement Structures. Digitalcommons.unl.edu. Retrieved 2 September 2017, from http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1022&context=matcreportsThis article mainly talks of the MEPDG methodology which happens to be an improved form ofthe pavement material evaluation and pavement design. On the contrary, the activityacknowledges that MEPDG has its accurate prediction limited with regards to asphalticpavements damages and mechanical responses. However the activity determines:-The pavement life alongside performance prediction with regards to elastic theory as wellas the empirically-developed criteria for failure. -Accounts for the viscoelastic paving materials through the use of the finite elementmodel.
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