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Instructional System Design
Instructional System Design
Instructional System Design
Instructional System Design
Instructional System Design
Instructional System Design
Instructional System Design
Instructional System Design
Instructional System Design
Instructional System Design
Instructional System Design
Instructional System Design
Instructional System Design
Instructional System Design
Instructional System Design
Instructional System Design
Instructional System Design
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  • 1. Advanced Race Dynamics
  • 2. Steering Course Objective: After completing this course the student will be able to learn different steering mechanisms, including designing, analysis and manufacturing of steering assembly for a Formula 1 car.
  • 3. Course Modules Components of a typical Steering Setup – knowledge Types of Steering Mechanisms – knowledge General Steer Parameters and other related phenomenon - application
  • 4. Course Modules Initial Design for steering mechanism- synthesis Parameters for Designing an Ackermann Steering – analysis Analysis in Adams – analysis Manufacturing of Formula 1 steering system– synthesis
  • 5. Components of a typical Steering Setup (knowledge) Module Objective: After going through this module, the student will be able to identify the basic components of steering system.
  • 6. Components of a typical Steering Setup Module Units: Steering Wheel Steering Column
  • 7. Types of Steering Mechanisms (knowledge) Module Objective: After going through this module the students will be able to know and name different types of steering mechanisms and differentiate between those.
  • 8. Types of Steering Mechanisms Module Units Rack & Pinion Steering Re-circulating Ball Steering The Bell-Crank Mechanism Power Steering Mechanism Speed Sensitive Steering Four Wheel Steering
  • 9. General Steer Parameters and other related phenomenon (application) Module Objective After going through this module the students will be able to know the various parameters required for steering mechanisms and hence infer best steering setup for various type of race cars.
  • 10. General Steer Parameters and other related phenomenon Module Units Caster, Camber, Toe Angles, SCI and Scrub Radius Under-steer, Over-steer Ackermann and Anti-Ackermann
  • 11. Initial Design for steering mechanism (synthesis) Module Objective After going through this module the students will be able to design a basic steering mechanism based on initial results of steering parameters.
  • 12. Initial Design for steering mechanism Module Units Steering Objectives Steering Constraints Kinematic Steering Pros and Cons
  • 13. Parameters for Designing an Ackermann Steering (analysis) Module Objective After going through this module the students will be able to handle the designing parameters for a perfect steering mechanism.
  • 14. Parameters for Designing an Ackermann Steering Module Objective Knowing the parameter “Track” of car Knowing the parameter “wheelbase” of car. Knowing the parameter “pin-to-pin” distance of front wheels.
  • 15. Analysis in Adams (Analysis) Module Objective After going through this module the students will be able to infer best steering design based on analysis in Adams software based on parameters inputted.
  • 16. Analysis in Adams Module Units  Initial Modelling  Primary Test including Frontal Squeeze, Torsional Rigidity, Primary Squeeze, Main Roll Bar Crush  Secondary Test including Motor Area Squeeze, Front Roll Bar Crush.  Relevant test & Results.
  • 17. Manufacturing of steering system (synthesis) Module Objective After going through this module the students will be able to design and create final steering system based on final design which is most optimized.
  • 18. Manufacturing of steering system Module Units Wheel Hub Steering Column Overall Assembly
  • 19. PROBLEMS
  • 20. Knowledge Identify the following steering mechanisms
  • 21. Comprehension Explain different types of steering mechanisms. Also describe the use of these steering mechanisms in Formula 1 race cars.
  • 22. Application Arm Lengt h Circumference Reduction Factor Steering Ratio Idler & Pitman 5” 31.4159” .9090 Mazda Steering 5½” 34.5575” .9090 Mongrel Steering 6½” 40.8407” .7692 Find the steering ratio using the following data.
  • 23. Analysis Analyze the bell crank mechanism of the go-kart car using ADAMS.
  • 24. Synthesis Design a small rack and pinion steering mechanism of small Formula style race car.
  • 25. Evaluation Compare all types of steering mechanisms and suggest the best steering mechanism for the Formula 1 car.
  • 26. Thank You

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