Volume 21 No 2 (2023)
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Modeling and Analysis of Composite Leaf Spring Accordance with the Applied Loads 1Pulivarthi Prudhvi Raj, 2Dr.Penugonda Suresh Babu, 3Dr.Venkannababu Mendi,4Dr.B.Venkat
Pulivarthi Prudhvi Raj, Dr.Penugonda Suresh Babu, Dr.Venkannababu Mendi,Dr.B.Venkata Siva, Sekhar Chinthamreddy
A fundamental type of spring that is frequently used for the suspension in wheeled cars is the leaf spring. Leaf Springs are thin, long plates that are affixed to a trailer's frame and rest above or below the axle of the trailer. There are springs with only one leaf, sometimes known as monoleaf springs or single-leaf springs. These normally lack significant durability and suspension for towed vehicles because they are thick in the middle and taper out toward the end. Chauffeurs that need to carry heavier loads typically utilize multileaf springs, which are made up of numerous leaf springs stacked on top of one another. The closer to the bottom it is, the shorter the fallen leaf springtime will be, giving it the same semielliptical shape as a single fallen leaf springtime that is formed by being thicker in the centre. Springs will undoubtedly break from wear and tear brought on by continuous flexing of the spring. The project's objective is to model and design a leaf spring in accordance with the applied loads. Steel that has been developed is currently used as a material for springtime leaf fall. By varying the support angle, we will produce fallen leaf springs for the items made of mild steel and glass carbon composite in this work. As the reinforcing angle varies, the toughness variations will be examined. We are employing two different products, Mild Steel and Glass Carbon, to do FEA Structural Evaluation on the fallen leaf spring to corroborate this architecture. Additionally, modal and fatigue analysis is performed. Modeling is done using the CREO software, while analysis is done using ANSYS
Leaf Spring, Ansys, CREO, Mild Steel, glass carbon & etc
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