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Title: Design, Analysis and Experimental Verification of Tubular Spaceframe Chassis for FSAE Application
Authors: LIEW ZHEN HUI
Keywords: Spaceframe, Chassis, FSAE, Tubular
Issue Date: 9-Apr-2012
Source: LIEW ZHEN HUI (2012-04-09). Design, Analysis and Experimental Verification of Tubular Spaceframe Chassis for FSAE Application. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This project investigates various subjects of chassis with specific emphasis on FSAE application. CAE tools such as SolidWorks CAD and SolidWorks Simulation are utilized for the project. The design and analysis of the chassis is conducted with a parametric approach, which is performed in a systematic and systemic manner. Every progression of design is assessed and interpreted in detail in the thesis. Data of accelerations, which the chassis experiences during the operation of the race car, is also collected. Accelerometers are utilized for such task. Data acquired is interpreted and is related back to assumptions used in the design analysis. Stressed skin construction for the chassis is also researched and presented in the thesis, with physical tests carried out to compare the performance of stressed skin frame, ?spaceframe? frame and bare frame. The knowledge gained from these tasks is documented in this thesis and to be passed to NUS FSAE race team upon completion so as to aid the development of the future race car.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/34376
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