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Intro to Racecar Engineering:  04 Chassis Design
 
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Smitty describes the design principles for the chassis of a race car. This is the fourth in the series of videos developed for UCI's racecar engineering program. (Smitty and the Professor series) http://mechanicaldesign101.com/smitty-and-the-professor/
Views: 9296 mechanicaldesign101
Sports Car Platform Basic Design Principles
 
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The Sports Car Platform design challenge is now launched, and basic design principles are discussed in this video. Matt Jackson, a Local Motors engineer and a pioneer for this project, gives you a crash course on basic space frame design and how to implement characteristics effectively into your design for the sports car platform. A tube chassis will be utilized for this vehicle, and Matt presents some great tips on how to build the most effective tubular frame using triangulation and other methods. We are incredibly excited to see what kind of entries will be submitted in the next couple of weeks, so make sure to have your design submitted early to receive feedback from Matt and the other engineers here at Local Motors. Good luck! Challenge Page: https://localmotors.com/idesigncars/local-motors-sports-car-platform-design-challenge/
Views: 34516 Local Motors by LMI
Stiffer Chassis With Less Weight
 
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Ram Racing redesigned their Formula SAE car to increase stiffness by 100% and reduce weight by 10 lbs, leading to big reductions in lap time. To see Creo Parametric in action, go to http://www.ptc.com/go/creoparametric
Views: 4174 engineeringdotcom
ladder frame catia v5
 
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ladder frame design for any question :[email protected]
Views: 13476 Design YOUR life
Into to Racecar Engineering:  09 Steering
 
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Smitty explains steering design. This is the ninth in the video series developed for UCI's racecar engineering program. (Smitty and the Professor series) http://mechanicaldesign101.com/smitty-and-the-professor/
Views: 1225 mechanicaldesign101
SOLIDWORKS Born to Design - MotoCzysz Demo
 
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Michael Czysz had a dream: to build the world's fastest electric motorcycle. He used SOLIDWORKS to realize his dream. Learn how Michael Czysz built the most advanced electric motorcycle in the world. To learn more about SOLIDWORKS products, please visit: https://www.solidworks.com/sw/3d-cad-design-software.htm
Views: 12565 SOLIDWORKS
Envisioning the Perfect Ride - Creating a Scientific Framework (Part 1 of 2)
 
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Happy 2017! This video is an introduction to the framework I've been contemplating for some time relating the concepts and ideas I find necessary to Envision the Perfect Ride. I take a holistics, scientific, first-principles physics approach to examining what a suspension needs to do and how to make design choices and observe the effects of those choices to refine one's model of suspension behavior. There is a short follow-up video (short meaning 25 min!) as part 2 to bring the ideas together. I've made note of numerous other related videos I'll be creating to continue illustrating examples from automakers as well as our FCM Elite builds that express our knowledge of Ride Harmony. For many links to other scientific presentations, see the bottom of our FAQ1: http://www.fatcatmotorsports.com/FAQ1.htm Flat Ride motivation (from Maurice Olley, Rolls Royce engineer circa 1930, as quoted by Milliken and Milliken in Chassis Design: Principles and Analysis): "The thing we had missed was that the excitation at the front and rear did not occur simultaneously... by arranging the suspension with the lower frequency in front (by 20% to start) this motion could be change to .. a much closer approach to a 'flat ride.' " part 1: http://www.fatcatmotorsports.com/img/portfolio/fullsize/Flat_ride_inspiration_Maurice_Olley_Milliken_Milliken_quote_Steve_lyman_part1.PNG part 2: http://www.fatcatmotorsports.com/img/portfolio/fullsize/Flat_ride_inspiration_Maurice_Olley_Milliken_Milliken_quote_Steve_lyman_part2.PNG Table of suspension ride frequencies for a few production vehicles http://www.fatcatmotorsports.com/img/portfolio/fullsize/Ride_frequency_table_production_cars_Steve_Lyman_suspension_lecture.PNG Steve Lyman, Suspension Lecture - http://www.fatcatmotorsports.com/suspension101_suspension_design_steve_lyman.pdf "The main objective of the (suspension) designer is to minimize the rate of change of acceleration ('jerk')." - Saqlain Ahmed http://www.fatcatmotorsports.com/img/portfolio/fullsize/Comfort_occurs_with_you_minimize_rate_of_change_of_acceleration_called_jerk.PNG Future trends in suspension systems (need for adaptable and durable suspension designs): http://www.fatcatmotorsports.com/img/portfolio/fullsize/German_article_need_for_advanced_suspension_systems_adaptable_durable.PNG www.slideshare.net/IQPCGermany/article-need-for-advanced-suspension-systems?qid=0b3b12a6-1e9d-498e-a18a-352e15e20b2e Truck ride quality (Sweden, Finland, Norway, and Scotland) http://www.slideshare.net/JohanGranlund/truck-ride-quality-hvtt12-granlund www.the-perfect-ride.com www.fatcatmotorsports.com/ http://www.fatcatmotorsports.com/fcm_elite_consult_form.htm If you'd like to support our creation of these videos, we welcome your donations: https://www.paypal.me/SuspensionTruth
Views: 946 Suspension Truth
PER 2014 Chassis Welding
 
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Penn Electric Racing competes in FSAE-Electric. This is a timelapse of the process of welding the primary structure of our 2014 car. Material is 4130 DOM steel tube, CNC fishmouthed by Cartesian Tube in Ontario. Process is MIG, .023" ER70S-6 filler to reduce brittleness of nodes. The chassis was welded in one day.
Views: 5809 PennElectricRacing
Mock Chassis Design and Development- TeamSHARK racing, University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka
 
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TeamSHARK racing is the Leading Forrmula Student Team in Sri Lanka from University of Moratuwa.
Views: 201 Team SHARK Racing
Balancing body rigidity with vehicle handling
 
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LMS Engineering services enables you to visualize body deformation during handling maneuvers, and decompose it into contributions of global body deformations, such as body torsion and bending, and local body deformations. This methodology can also be used to improve the body stiffness target-setting process, allowing engineers to better balance the conflict between handling and NVH performance while designing a next-generation lightweight platform. More Information: http://www.plm.automation.siemens.com/en_us/products/lms/engineering/library.shtml
Views: 4368 Siemens PLM
Stress Analysis of a Car Chassis using Autodesk Inventor
 
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A quick tutorial to demonstrate stress analysis steps for a car chassis. I hope you will found it helpful!
Views: 11689 Tanmay Agrawal
frame(space) catia v5
 
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this is simple space frame for formula student for any suggestion or question send to me at: [email protected] like + sup
Views: 15427 Design YOUR life
Sae Reference Books for Baja 2k18
 
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Reference Book For Baja Virtual Events 👈Gillespie, Thomas; “Fundamentals of Vehicle Dynamics”. 👈Jazar, Reza; ‘Vehicle Dynamics - theory & Application’. 👈Smith, Carroll; ‘Tune to win’. 👈Limpert, Rudolf; ‘Brake Design and Safety’. 👈B. Heissing, M. Ersoy; ‘Chassis Handbook’. 👈Reimpell, Stoll & Betzler; ‘The Automotive Chassis Engineering Principles’. 👈Richard Stone and Jeffrey K. Ball; ‘Automotive Engineering Fundamentals’. Fundamentals of Vehicle Dynamics (Premiere Series Books) https://www.amazon.in/dp/1560911999/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_uoNhBbZE3BE4S Vehicle Dynamics: Theory and Application https://www.amazon.in/dp/3319534408/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_7qNhBbX2ZP1H3 Tune to Win https://www.amazon.in/dp/0879380713/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_CsNhBbNDYGG11 Brake Design and Safety (Premiere Series Books) https://www.amazon.in/dp/0768034388/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_iuNhBbK304C6D Chassis Handbook: Fundamentals, Driving Dynamics, Components, Mechatronics, Perspectives (ATZ/MTZ-Fachbuch) https://www.amazon.in/dp/3663205193/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_AvNhBb4Z5A43H The Automotive Chassis: Engineering Principles https://www.amazon.in/dp/B00PFOA8MQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_cxNhBbSH9DJNP
Views: 321 Baja Techin
Roll cage structure & related rules Part III : Side Impact Members
 
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This video explains rules about Side Impact Members, SIM. Also covers, two kinds of front designs, flat and nose design. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- On request of Manish from Team Wraith Racing.
Views: 898 AutoEnthu
FSAE Chasis
 
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Views: 12 Highlander Racing
How steering and suspension systems work | ACDelco
 
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http://www.acdelco.com/ Did you know that the force from hitting a pot-hole or speed bump can exceed several tons? ACDelco has the parts for your car's suspension and steering system. This system supports your vehicle, absorbs shocks and bumps, allows front wheels to pivot for steering and maintains wheel geometry with the road for traction and handling. This short animation shows how steering and suspension systems work. Your trusted ACDelco certified technician can inspect your suspension and steering system components during your next maintenance. Find additional detail, see our Automotive Systems Guide. http://www.acdelco.com/auto-systems-guide/ http://www.acdelco.com/auto-systems-guide/?main_category=11 (Steering) http://www.acdelco.com/auto-systems-guide/?main_category=12 (Suspension) http://www.acdelco.com/auto-repair-service-center-locator.html (Search For Service Center) http://www.acdelco.com/auto-parts-store-locator.html (Search For Parts) Your vehicle's suspension and steering system endures much abuse from pot-holes and speed-bumps. Did you know the force from hitting a pot-hole or speed bump can exceed several tons? The vehicles suspension and steering system supports the weight of the vehicle, absorbs shocks and bumps from the road, and allows the front wheels to pivot allowing steering and controls the geometry of the tire and road relationship for best traction and handling under changing road conditions. Key components of the suspension system include Shocks and Struts, Springs, Control Arms, Bushings and Ball Joints Key components of the steering system include: Power Steering Pump, Power Steering Gear, Steering linkage, Power Steering Hoses, Steering Column and Steering Knuckle. The suspension and steering system is a critical to the safe operation of your vehicle. Abnormal noises or clunks when rolling over bumps or loose steering should be inspected immediately. Have the system checked periodically to catch potentially dangerous conditions early, Visit your local ACDelco service center for expert service and quality parts.
Views: 207980 ACDelco
The Making of Chassis 43
 
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The 2011-2012 UW-Milwaukee Baja SAE rolled out a new vehicle for competition this year, Chassis 43, it was a culmination of months of design work and manufacturing work. New materials and manufacturing processes were utilized to bring 43 from initial design intents to a competition ready vehicle in under a year.
Views: 60179 Kyle Ilenda
Chassis CAD attempt #1
 
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WHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE *pukes*
Views: 268 dracokev
UCI Baja SAE Chassis
 
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BAJA Chassis Design in CATIA V5 part 1
 
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This video contains an easy method for designing a proper and well filtered sketch for the Chassis for the BAJA conducted by SAE INDIA.
Views: 289 Team Precisio
SolidWorks Formula SAE Design Project
 
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http://www.solidworks.com/education SolidWorks SAE Design Project teaches students how to use SolidWorks software to help design a vehicle for the Formula SAE competition. Skills and lessons use provided SAE vehicle example parts, but the techniques can also be applied to other SAE competitions. The SAE Design Project also provides skills for students in engineering mechanics, heat transfer, machine design, fluid dynamics, and senior design projects. SolidWorks SAE Design Project is available to sponsored Formula Student, Baja, Aero, Clean Snowmobile, and other SAE competitions. For more visit : http://www.solidworks.com/education
Views: 179674 SOLIDWORKS
supra sae chassis design by suhit anand Biet davangere
 
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society of automotive engineers (sae) based supra formula one competition . discussing and practicing chassis and brake system (team saarthi)
Views: 624 suhit anand
Designing a Race Car with Open Source Tools
 
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Dave Chinner http://linux.conf.au/schedule/presentation/45/ After I ran out of talent and had a high speed encounter with an immovable object in May 2016, I needed to build a new race car. The car I crashed is somewhat unique for many reasons - it's a Locost Clubman. The car has a space frame chassis, based on the original 1957 Lotus 7 designed by Colin Chapman. In the early 1990s, Ron Champion published a Haynes manual titled "Build your own sports car for as little as £250" which was a step by step guide to fabricating and building the entire car. Essentially, it was the source code for the car. To Locost enthusiasts, this is known as the "book chassis". It is simple, and very similar to design of the original Lotus 7. Over the past 20 years, many people have built, broken, analysed and improved on the chassis design. Mechanical engineers have published PhDs using finite element analysis to identify weak points and model stronger chassis designs. There are interweb forums full of people who have built these cars and they share mods, designs, fabrication techniques, etc. In the car world, it's a microcosm of open development and improvement. In analysing the corpse of my car - mostly based on the book chassis - I realised that I needed to make something far stronger. Not just for safety reasons, but also to handle the suspension loads generated by modern race tyres and ludicrous power and torque of my race spec engine. The challenge I face is whether I can design a chassis with open source tools on my laptop and then build it in my workshop. Are the open source 3D cad tools capable of building a complex space frame chassis? Can I get an open source finite element analysis software to perform strength and failure analysis and get sane results? Can I design all the parts I need and send them to 3rd parties to get them laser cut, bent, fabricated and delivered to my door? Can I integrate my little CNC milling machine into these tools (i.e. CAM) so I can rapidly fabricate prototypes and iterate designs? If the open source tools exist, is it even possible to make them work together in a sane way? What tools have I had to write myself? What landmines will I step on? I really don't know - by the time January and LCA rolls around I might have a car built, or I might have a pile of scrap metal and broken, twisted dreams. All I know is that I'm going on an adventure in open source land and I will have fun finding out where it takes me. Maybe you will, too.
chassis design in CATIA #1 (Wireframe)
 
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Chassis Design in CATIA - Part-1 for part 2 video go through this link : https://youtu.be/EfSgKkpYTto
Views: 3308 Jasper Aaron J
Bicycle Frame Design, Part I
 
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Georgena Terry explains the logic behind designing a bicycle frame.
Views: 151534 Terry Bicycles
Lecture -1 Structural Analysis
 
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Lecture Series on Structural Analysis II by Prof. P. Banerjee, Department of Civil Engineering, IIT Bombay For more Courses visit http://nptel.ac.in
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Chassis Analysis
 
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SimScale - Static stress analysis of a truck underrun protection device
 
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See detailed documentation here: https://goo.gl/iOSLzG This video tutorial shows how one can analyze a truck underrun protection device under static pressure load. The brief agenda: - Create a new project and upload your CAD model - Mesh creation (automatic tet-meshing) - Simulation setup (static stress analysis in the solid mechanics section) - Post-processing (online and locally) Look also at other projects in the SimScale project library: https://simscale.com/projects Check out our other popular webinars and tutorials on YouTube! SimScale for HVAC: Improving Data Center Efficiency with CFD: https://youtu.be/2g1sx8TH8sE SimScale F1 Simulation Workshop : https://youtu.be/4_uqVlIHhvc Using Onshape and SimScale for product design: https://youtu.be/-vjBLaNARZE SimScale is a 100% Cloud-based simulation platform. Try CFD, FEA or Thermal Analysis by creating a free account: https://goo.gl/DnjATz
Views: 6149 SimScale GmbH
Discover the Can-Am ATV next generation chassis
 
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Can-Am vehicles are built using principles of advanced dynamics we call Geometric Contact Control. Unwanted vehicle behaviors are kept under control mostly by the way the pivot points are positioned in space instead of by stiffening shocks and springs. You can then keep a more compliant suspension calibration, where all four are kept in almost constant contact with the terrain. The result is superior sport performance, improved ride quality, comfort, traction, cornering and directional control. Learn more about Can-Am and see the full lineup: http://www.canamoffroad.com/. Join the BRP/Can-Am community: https://www.facebook.com/CanAmOffRoad.
Views: 2376 CAN-AM OFF-ROAD
SAE supra making  PART 1 chassis making
 
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Hello friend heres an video of making SAE Supra part 1 chassis making.
How to Scratch-Build a Vintage Amp, Part 7:  Chassis Finishing and Point-to-Point Wiring
 
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In this Part 7 video, the chassis is painted, lettered, and clear-coated. The components and transformers are all attached to the chassis and the point-to-point wiring is begun. The majority of circuit wiring, including primary AC, power transformer outputs, output transformer, reverb transformer, input jacks, etc. are carefully explained, and there are brief discussions on safety, grounding, soldering technique, shielded cables, and different types of solder. Here is the schematic link. You can scroll for detailed diagrams of each sub-circuit and the chassis: https://www.mediafire.com/?0jrroz0jx2ee8cj I believe this will be the final version of the schematic. The Layout Diagram is included in this link. If you enjoy clear, basic videos on subjects such as vintage electronics, old jukeboxes, and unusual electro-mechanical devices, then please subscribe to my channel and gain immediate access to over 120 related videos.
Views: 39037 Uncle Doug
FSAE CHASSIS
 
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Concordia University Mechanical Engineering Final Project: CAPSTONE 2015 TEAM 05 Mission: To design, manufacture and build a chassis for Concordia SAE Formula racecar. Goals: Hybrid Chassis (Steel tubular spaceframe + carbon fiber composite panels). Decrease weight and increase torsional stiffness when compared to previous years.
Views: 371 Marco Basili
Selecting Roll cage material for BAJA
 
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Calculations related to Bending Strength & Bending Stiffness for Primary members in BAJA roll cage
Views: 5752 AutoEnthu
Vehicle Dynamics Lecture #2d: trophy trucks, suspension design, chassis, triangulation, frame design
 
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Playlist of all vehicle dynamics talks! http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYqLI7C2KoSaHxSJRNur0uReYyZATRACB Lecture notes are here, 12MB file (revised vs this video): https://www.dropbox.com/s/ava2j2ld9tovla1/Vehicle%20Dynamics%20save%20for%20youtube.docx?dl=0 trophy trucks, suspension design, chassis design, triangulation, frame design
Views: 957 USanDiego MechEngr
Principles of Control Design - MATLAB and Simulink Racing Lounge
 
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Get a Free Trial: https://goo.gl/C2Y9A5 Get Pricing Info: https://goo.gl/kDvGHt Ready to Buy: https://goo.gl/vsIeA5 To demonstrate the principles of control design in Simulink® and MATLAB®, Daniel Weida and Christoph Hahn, of MathWorks, show how to control a throttle. Developing a plant model in Simulink, as done with the throttle example, is a basic starting point for controlling a system. From this point, Daniel and Christoph create a robust controller capable of withstanding possible uncertainties and adjust the response to certain requirements using optimization. In this throttle model, a PID controller (standard for linear controls) is first added to create a control loop. A signal builder block is used for flexibility, grouping of multiple signals, and simulating multiple scenarios. The simulation results can then be viewed with the Scope feature, even if there are multiple signals. After simulating the realistic behavior of the throttle, the next step is to improve the system behavior. It can be influenced through Simulink by optimizing the controller parameters. You can tune the overall system in Simulink and see a direct comparison of performance and robustness. A workflow to overcome uncertainties can also be created to affect quality control. Uncertainties for all parameters make your simulation more realistic and Daniel uses the Robust Control Toolbox™ to show how to identify the worst case scenario. He then explores the topic of optimization and how to model a controller without violating specified restrictions. Optimization helps to define requirements in a system and is a very powerful tool in control design. Despite a lot of mathematics, with the user-friendly tools available for control design it is very feasible. Following the Simulink control design workflows helps to create robust and stable designs. The worst-case analysis feature for uncertain systems is a great tool to mitigate problems in the future and the optimization capabilities act as a bridge between the model and the real world, ensuring that the control system behaves in a compatible manner.
Views: 5179 MATLAB
Use of Random Analysis to Determine Strength of Structures Subjected to Random Loading Excitations
 
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A special class of dynamic scenarios are characterized by random loading excitations, or excitations where its loading parameters, frequencies, durations, amplitudes, etc., vary with time or are not always fully known. Examples include: -Launch vehicle payloads subjected to ignition vibration and launch acoustics -Computer hard disk drives subjected to additional excitations from the read/write head assembly -Electronic equipment within ground vehicles subjected to road loads The challenge for an engineer is to determine if the structure has sufficient strength and/or durability when subjected to seemingly random loading excitations. A random response analysis can help reveal the probability that a first-passage failure will occur. First-passage failures include: stress or strain exceeding the yield limit, excess displacements. In addition, fatigue life can be determined from a random response analysis. Values such as average frequency and mean values of stress or strain are useful in calculating fatigue damage sustained in a given period. Methods in CAE, specifically the Finite Element Analysis method, can be used to perform random response analysis and determine important quantities such as: 1 or 3 sigma values of stresses, strain, displacements, velocities, accelerations, and average frequencies and mean values. This presentation discusses the use of FEA to perform random response analysis, the necessary steps involved, and unique capabilities from MSC Software that facilitate the process. A live demonstration will be performed during the presentation where the concepts covered will be applied to an electronic enclosure. we_mscn_20160505
Views: 5383 MSC Software
Using Vibration Analysis to Improve Reliability
 
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Avoid field failures due to vibration or acceleration through early detection of PCB design vulnerabilities. This short video shows you how.
Views: 1098 Xpedition
Major Aircraft Components
 
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Common airplane structural components include the fuselage, wings, an empennage, landing gear, and a powerplant. The fuselage is the central body of an airplane and is designed to accommodate the crew, passengers, and cargo. It also provides the structural connection for the wings and tail assembly.. Wings are airfoils normally attached to each side of the fuselage and are the main lifting surfaces that support the airplane in flight. There are numerous wing designs, sizes, and shapes used by aircraft manufacturers. Each design fulfills a certain need with respect to the expected performance for the airplane. We will discuss how the wing produces flight in a later video all about aerodynamics. Wings may be attached at the top, middle, or lower portion of the fuselage. These designs are referred to as high-, mid-, and low-wing. The number of wings can also vary. Airplanes with a single set of wings are referred to as monoplanes, while those with two sets are called biplanes. Many high-wing airplanes have external braces, or wing struts, which help to spread the wing loading to the fuselage for additional support. Since the wing struts are usually attached approximately halfway out on the wing, this type of wing structure is called semi-cantilever. A few high-wing and most low-wing airplanes have a full cantilever wing designed to carry the loads without external struts. The principal structural parts of the wing are spars, ribs, and stringers. These are reinforced by trusses, I-beams, tubing, or other devices, including the skin. In most modern airplanes, the fuel tanks are either an integral part of the wing’s structure, or consist of flexible containers mounted inside of the wing. Attached to the rear or trailing edges of the wings are two types of control surfaces referred to as ailerons and flaps. Ailerons extend from about the midpoint of each wing outward toward the tip, and move in opposite directions to create aerodynamic forces that cause the airplane to roll. Flaps extend outward from the fuselage to near the midpoint of each wing. The flaps are normally flush with the wing’s surface during cruising flight. When extended, the flaps move simultaneously downward to increase the lifting force of the wing for takeoffs and landings. The empennage includes the entire tail group and consists of the vertical stabilizer and the horizontal stabilizer, rudder, elevator, and one or more trim tabs. The rudder is attached to the back of the vertical stabilizer. During flight, it is used to move the airplane’s nose left and right. The elevator, which is attached to the back of the horizontal stabilizer, is used to move the nose of the airplane up and down during flight. Trim tabs are small, movable portions of the trailing edge of the control surface. These movable trim tabs are controlled by the pilot to reduce control pressures during flight. Trim tabs may be installed on the ailerons, the rudder, and/or the elevator. The landing gear is the principal support of the airplane when operating on the ground, taking off, or landing. The most common type of landing gear consists of wheels, but airplanes can also be equipped with floats for water operations, or skis for landing on snow. The landing gear consists of three wheels—two main wheels and a third wheel positioned either at the front or rear of the airplane. A landing gear configuration with a rear mounted wheel is called conventional landing gear. When the third wheel is located on the nose, it is called a nosewheel, and the design is referred to as a tricycle gear. A steerable nosewheel or tailwheel permits the airplane to be controlled while on the ground. Most aircraft are steered by moving the rudder pedals, whether nosewheel or tailwheel. Additionally, some aircraft are steered by differential braking. The primary function of the engine is to provide the power to turn the propeller. It also generates electrical power, provides a vacuum source for some flight instruments, and in most single-engine airplanes, provides a source of heat for the pilot and passengers. The purpose of the cowling or nacelle is to streamline the flow of air around the engine and to help cool the engine by ducting air around the cylinders. The propeller, mounted on the front of the engine, translates the rotating force of the engine into thrust. As you will recall from the previous video, thrust is a forward acting aerodynamic force that helps move the airplane through the air. A propeller is a rotating airfoil that produces thrust through aerodynamic action. Propellers are usually matched to a specific aircraft/powerplant combination to achieve the best efficiency at a particular power setting. -Lesson derived from Pilot's Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge-
Views: 81881 Will Liebhaber
Sigrity Tech Tips: How PCB Design Teams Can Perform IR Drop Analysis Early and Often
 
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Allegro Sigrity PI Base (http://goo.gl/k7XCaG) and the PI Signoff and Optimization option (https://goo.gl/3AOH2r) from Cadence are demonstrated. Sigrity technologists guide you step by step on how to automatically set-up PDN simulation from schematics, collect and verify components models, and perform analysis as early as possible. Your PCB design team will learn how they can share DC analysis responsibility throughout the design cycle by utilizing PowerTree™ technology. Download the white paper to learn more about how a team-based approach to PCB power integrity analysis achieving both technical and business goals: https://goo.gl/GaFpy7.

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