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TEAM MEMBERS: CHAD CHANDLER JOE COFER NATHAN ERAMIAN FRANCIS HAURIS JEFF WONG
BACKGROUND Originated in USC in 1976 Run by SAE Competitions include: Dynamic Events Static Events EVENTPOINTS STATIC300 Design Report50 Design Evaluation100 Cost Report15 Production Cost85 Presentation50 DYNAMIC700 Acceleration75 Pulling75 Maneuverability75 Rock Crawl75 Endurance400 TOTAL1000
RESEARCH PHASE STUDY OF PREVIOUS DESIGNS Suspension Frame Drive Train SAE RULES AND REGULATIONS
PREVIOUS FRAME & SUSPENSION PAST DESIGNDISADVANTAGES SIZE WEIGHT MATERIALS CONSTRUCTION
PREVIOUS DRIVE TRAIN CHAIN DOUBLE REDUCTION ADVANTAGES Inexpensive DISADVANTAGES Stretching Failure Exposed to elements ADVANTAGES Consistent Reliable DISADVANTAGES Expensive Bulky/Heavy
SUSPENSION DESIGN PROCESS Lotus Suspension Analysis Double Wishbone Front Trailing Arm Rear Testing Modes Bump Roll Steer
SUSPENSION DESIGN PARAMETERS Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW)520 pounds Weight Distribution Bias (F/R)45/55 Center of Gravity HeightLow as possible Lateral Track Width (F/R)47/46 inches Longitudinal Wheelbase60 inches Ride Height10-12 inches Tire Diameter23 inches Effective Tire Radius11.38 inches Static Camber Angle~ 0 to -1 degrees Static Caster Angle~ 8 degrees Scrub Radius0.5 to 1 inches Rack and Pinion Width~ 10 inches Toe Change in TravelMinimal Roll Axis InclinationNeutral to Slight Oversteer
FRAME DESIGN PROCESS DESIGN PARAMETERSAUTODESK INVENTOR MODEL Lightweight Compliance with SAE Rules Multipurpose Beams Manufacturable Continuous Runs
DRIVE TRAIN DESIGN PROCESS DESIGN PARAMETERS CVT 10 HP Briggs & Stratton Engine CVT Ratios 3.9 to to 1 35 mph
DRIVE TRAIN DESIGN RESULTS SOLIDWORKS MODEL GRADEABILITY~ 50° OPTIMAL REDUCTION 8.29 DYNAMICS15.7 ft/s²
PROJECT CURRENT PROJECT STATUS RESEARCH PHASE 100% COMPLETE DESIGN PHASE ~85% COMPLETE PREPARING FOR ANALYSIS PHASE PATRAN/NASTRAN FEA
QUESTIONS ME 435 PROJECTS ME 435 PROJECTS
TEAM MEMBERS: Chad Chandler Joe Cofer Nathan Eramian Francis Hauris Jeff Wong.
OFF-ROAD INNOVATIONS. The SAE Baja Competition Problem Definition The Current System Suspension System Validation Steering System Validation Design Methodology.
Suspension Peter Morabito Michael Paliga Brian Ross Drivetrain Kenny Elliot Patrick Mooney Dylan Quinn Frame Dan D’Amico Curtis May Greg Schafran.
Suspension Jason Warner Kyle Huseth Jake Thatcher Frame Jennifer Daniel Amy DiRienzo Drive Train Dustin Kanada Kori Cruz Josh Parker Bryan Bortner 2011.
Suspension D.J. Conroy. Last year Designed with existing frame Did not use suspension analysis programming A-arms not easily adjustable Hard to assemble.
Team UDFSAE: Suspension Group David Zipf, Doug Corley, Josh Akell Faculty Advisor: Dr. Steve Timmins Sponsor: Jamie GilMaster Machinist: Steve Beard, Jeff.
This mornings 1st assignment Be prepared to answer one of the following slides with your name on it.
Wheel Alignment Fundamentals Chapter 60 Page 875.
Suspension Peter Morabito Michael Paliga Brian Ross Drivetrain Kenny Elliot Patrick Mooney Dylan Quinn Frame Dan DAmico Curtis May Greg Schafran.
Suspension Cody Dykman Jesse Ramer Jesson Salyards Frame Warren Starbuck Brett Schuler Doug Romoth Drive Train Josh Voorhees Corey Saner Spencer Garland.
SAE Baja - Front Suspension Team Lewis Wright Kevin Hopkins Mitch Clark Dylan Tomczak.
ODU Formula SAE MAE 435 Final Report 4/23/13. Introduction Charles Pearson The 2013 Michigan FSAE Competition Competition Scoring: Static Events o Design.
Drive Train Ryan Barba Patrick Hickey Andrew Hill.
Dune Buggy Suspension and Steering Design Nate Dobbs Steve Myers Faculty Mentor: Dr. Richard Hathaway Industrial Mentor: David Myers.
1 Suspension Getting there in comfort. 2 3 Suspension system perform 6 basic functions: 1. Maintain correct vehicle ride height 2. Reduce the effect.
Ackerman Steering and Racing Oval Tracks Many racers are becoming aware of Ackerman Steering geometry and are concerned with how it influences their race.
Transportation Training Wheel Alignment Why Align the Wheels? Correct Wheel alignment is essential to vehicle safety. Improve Handling Ability Maximum.
Suspension. Outline Introduction Suspension components Suspension type examples –Solid axle –Double Wishbone –MacPherson Strut Introduce basic geometry.
Suspension Design Case Study. Purpose Suspension to be used on a small (lightweight) formula style racecar. Car is intended to navigate tight road courses.
Ben Gruenzner Nick Hanson Aaron Pilger Dustin Kalhoff Chris Kost Jason Kuenzli Justin Moe Scott Rector Mike Schmitz Jamie Schlachter Ryan Schommer Ryan.
BAJA STATUS UPDATE September 27, 2011 FRAME & SUSPENSION Research Phase 100% completed Design Phase 75% completed – Frame Design (CAD) – Suspension Design.
Rear Suspension Systems. Live-Axle Live-Axle with Leaf Springs (Hotchkiss) Leaf springs control side sway A large amount of un-sprung weight Take up.
Team Members: Jarret Vian Bryan Rowley John Murray ME 191 Final Presentation Spring 2009.
Camber Caster Toe Steering axis inclination Turning radius.
ODU Formula SAE MAE 435 Midterm Report 3/19/13.
Design of a Baja SAE Vehicle Abstract Methodology The Baja SAE competition is an off-road/rally type event where universities from around the world compete.
A-1 ADM740, Appendix A, June 2007 Copyright 2007 MSC.Software Corporation APPENDIX A EXAMPLE ANALYSES.
Suspension Design Part 1 Rob Shanahan Introduction What is an Automotive Suspension? An Automotive Suspension is the system of parts that.
1970 Lotus Europa Front Suspension Redesign ME 462 Capstone Design Spring 2007 Sponsor: Bishop Steering Technology Kel Tiedman, Jason Wou Tom Filipucci.
Finite Element Method Final Project “ Rear Suspension- Double A- Arms” Jaime Taha T.April 29 th 2003.
F13-60-BAJA PROPOSAL SAE SALUKI FRAME DESIGN Team Members Austin Lewandowski (ME) (PM) Thang Tran (ME) Preston Mathis (ME) Keegan Lohman (ME) Kyle Koester.
Geometry and Linkage Lecture 1 Day 1-Class 1. References Gillespie, T., The Fundamentals of Vehicle Dynamics, Society of Automotive Engineers, Warrendale,
Wheel Alignment CASTER. Effects of Caster l High Positive Caster increases ( + ) –Straight ahead stability –Steering effort required is high –Steering.
GROUP MEMBERS: JOHN MERRITT FRANCES OTHERSEN CHRIS DAVIS JAMES CHAPMAN JOSEPH FANNING SAE Mini Baja.
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Why do cars need Alignment. Alignment The main purpose of wheel alignment is to make the tires roll without Scuffing, slipping, or dragging under all.
Case Study Continued. Steering Consideration To design the steering system we must consider the 3-Dimensional geometry of the system.
Fundamentals of Steering Systems ME5670 Date: 12/01/2015 Lecture 3 Thomas Gillespie, “Fundamentals of.
Steering System Ackerman Linkage geometry Road wheel geometry Caster Kingpin inclination Compliance effects.
Ashley Wyatt Xavier Thompson Matt Galles Bobby Costen Chris McHugh Randy Fulcher ODU FSAE Car.
1 Vehicle Stability Function ● Directional Control ● Roll-over Control A functional overview with regard to commercial vehicles AMEVSC-03-04e August 2010.
© 2012 Delmar, Cengage Learning Wheel Alignment Fundamentals Chapter 67.
Group B Tedros Ghebretnsae Xinyan Li Zhen Yu Tang Ankit Panwar.
Chapter 25 Wheel Alignment. Objectives Define the term “wheel alignment” Inspect tires, steering, and suspension systems before alignment Check and adjust.
© 2012 Delmar, Cengage Learning Wheel Alignment Service Chapter 68.
FEA of Vehicle Front Stabilizer Bar & Airfoil Design (Final Project) Name: Antonio Sevilla & Sanh Si Course: ME 272 FEA Professor: Jose Granda Date:
Alignment Fundamentals Part One. Suspension Systems Designed to: –provide satisfactory vehicle control – acceptable driver effort Maintains directional.
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