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Comparative Performance Analysis of Conventional & Composite Materials for Leaf Spring of an Automobile Vehicle


Keshav Prasad Patel , TRUBA Institute of Engineering & Information Technology, Bhopal; Jeetendra Mishra, TRUBA Institute of Engineering & Information Technology, Bhopal


Leaf Spring, Automobile Vehicle


In now a day the fuel proficiency and outflow gas direction of cars are two essential issues. To satisfy this issue the car enterprises are attempting to make new vehicle which can give high productivity ease. The most ideal approach to build the fuel proficiency is to decrease the heaviness of the vehicle. The weight lessening can be accomplished fundamentally by the presentation of better material, outline streamlining and better assembling forms. The accomplishment of weight lessening with satisfactory change of mechanical properties has made composite a decent substitution material for traditional steel. The car vehicles have number of parts which can have the capacity to supplant by composite material, yet because of the change of mechanical properties of composite material. Leaf springs are one of the most seasoned suspension parts they are still every now and again utilized, particularly in business vehicles. The past writing review demonstrates that leaf springs are planned as summed up compel components where the position, speed and introduction of the pivot mounting gives the response constrains in the undercarriage connection positions. Along these lines, investigation of the composite material turns out to be similarly imperative to ponder the conduct of Composite Leaf Spring. The goal of this paper is to introduce displaying and examination of composite mono leaf spring (GFRP) and think about its outcomes.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV5I120475
Published in: Volume : 5, Issue : 12
Publication Date: 01/03/2018
Page(s): 764-768

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