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Paper Title: BUMPING AND VIBRATIONAL ANALYSIS OF AIRLESS TYRE USING FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS
Authors Name: B.Prabhu , T.Rajendiran , T.Surendhar , P.Iyyan Paramanandam
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Published Paper Id: IJNRDA001073
Published In: Volume 7 Issue 5, May-2022
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Abstract: Before delving into the technological advancements in airless tyres, it's critical to understand what's missing in conventional tyres. The traditional pneumatic tyre is made up of an inner core that retains compressed air, which is then covered by the Tread, which is the rubber layer that comes into contact with the road. The tread will tear and perhaps wear during use, which is a problem. It is difficult for a vehicle to resist slipping and skidding without tread. When conventional tyres are torn out, the tyre's substance becomes waste, and over time, the automotive tyres may produce a significant amount of waste. According to a survey, tyres produce 2 million tonnes of solid trash. The pneumatic tyres that we use now are difficult to recycle. To address these issues, non-pneumatic (airless) tyres with a simple and long-lasting design have been designed. The exterior cylindrical piece is totally formed of Solid Rubber or Plastic, while the core has a rim. There is no air inside the tyres, which causes them to adhere to the surface for a short time and offers the car extra grip. The lateral rigidity of airless tyres should be 5 times that of ordinary pneumatic tyres. Vibration should be kept to a minimum because excessive vibration will degrade the vehicle's ride quality. The tyre's substance should be able to bear the pressure.
Keywords: Bumping analysis, Vibrational Analysis, Airless tyre, Finite Element Analysis
Cite Article: "BUMPING AND VIBRATIONAL ANALYSIS OF AIRLESS TYRE USING FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS", International Journal of Novel Research and Development (www.ijnrd.org), ISSN:2456-4184, Vol.7, Issue 5, page no.472-489, May-2022, Available :http://www.ijnrd.org/papers/IJNRDA001073.pdf
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Country: Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
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