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Tie Rod Design and Analysis: A Review


Author : Abaso J. Godase and Prasad P. Kulkarni

Pages : 2046-2050
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Abstract

The FEA analysis of Tie rod is carried out to check its fatigue life, & improve the fatigue life. The most percentage weight of vehicle is taken by suspension system; however tie rod may get fail due to fluctuating forces during steering and bumping of vehicle .The forces from the steering is also considered during the static condition of car. Vibration and fatigue of Tie rod has been continuously a concern which may lead to structural failure if the resulting vibration and stresses are severe and excessive. It is a significant study which requires in-depth investigation to understand the structural characteristics and it dynamic behavior. This paper presents and focuses on some Finite Element Analysis (FEA) of a typical tie rod of a car will be carried out and fatigue life will be determined.

Keywords: Tie rod, optimization, fatigue life, buckling load, steering link, improvement of fatigue life, FEA.

Article published in International Journal of Current Engineering and Technology, Vol.7, No.6 (Nov/Dec 2017)

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