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Paper Title :
Analysis of Drive Shaft

Author :Bhirud Pankaj Prakash, Bimlesh Kumar Sinha

Article Citation :Bhirud Pankaj Prakash ,Bimlesh Kumar Sinha , (2014 ) " Analysis of Drive Shaft " , International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering (IJMPE) , pp. 24-29, Volume-2,Issue-2

Abstract : Abstract: Substituting composite structures for conventional metallic structures has many advantages because of higher specific stiffness and strength of composite materials. In the recent days, there is a huge demand for a light weight material such as fiber reinforced polymer composites seems to be a promising solution to this arising demand. These materials have gained attention due to their applications in the field of automotive, aerospace, sports goods, medicines and household appliances. The overall objective of this work is to analyze a composite drive shaft for power transmission. Substituting composite structures for conventional metallic structures has many advantages because of higher specific stiffness and strength of composite materials. This work deals with the replacement of conventional steel drive shafts with an Kevlar/epoxy or E glass polythene resin composite drive shaft for an automotive application. The intention of work is to minimize the weight of drive shaft. In this present work an attempt has been to estimate the deflection, stresses, and natural frequencies under subjected loads using FEA (Ansys). Further comparison carried out for both loads using FEA. Further comparison carried out for both optimized and stress intensity factor found for both Steel and composite drive shafts.

Type : Research paper


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