Static Analysis of Back Rear Axle Crown Wheel Of Tourus Model Tipper
A V Hari Babu1 and Dr B Durga Prasad
Corresponding Author : A V Hari Babu,
Associate Professor & PhD Scholar, AVR&SVR College of Engg&Tech., Nandyal. India.
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Received : 2015-11-12 Accepted : 2015-01-02 Published : 2015-01-02
Abstract : Now a days entire world depends upon automobiles. In an automobile motion is transferred from engine to rear wheel through various mechanical links. But differential gear box plays a vital role in the automobile for transferring motion from engine to rear axle. Normally single differential gear box is used for light weight vehicles but heavy load vehicles two or more rear axles with differential gear boxes are used for transferring maximum amount of power from engine to rear axles. So here it is focused on the mechanical design and analysis of double axle differential gear box as it transmits the power. This work develops a view to get familiar with the technologies as well as application of theories into practical work done by industries. My research contains the design with the help of CATIA/HYPER MESH and material selection of the double axle differential gearbox. For better efficiency, improvement of power transmission rate is an important phenomenon. In the present work, it is proposed to find the effect of deformation, strength variations in the Back Rear crown wheel by static analysis of differential gear box of Ashok Leyland tipper (Taurus 2516/2 model) design on the predicted stress by using ANSYS/CATIA Software. By identifying the true design features, the extended service life and long term stability can be assured.
Keywords : Central Differential Gear Box, CATIA and ANSYS
Citation : A V Hari Babu et al (2016). Static Analysis of Back Rear Axle Crown Wheel Of Tourus Model Tipper. J. of Advancement in Engineering and Technology V4I1 DOI : 10.5281/zenodo.999935
Copyright : © 2016 A V Hari Babu. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
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