2<br />Power Steering<br />Presented by-Bhavith D<br /> 5th Sem IS <br /> 497IS08003<br />
3<br />Contents<br />Introduction<br />History <br />Component In Power Steering<br />Types of power steering & It’s Working .<br />Applications<br />Advantages and Disadvantages<br />Conclusion<br />
4<br />INTRODUTION<br /><ul><li>Steering is the term applied to the collection of components, linkages, etc.
Power steering is a system which helps to steer the wheels with some source of power other than the driver’s manual force .</li></li></ul><li>5<br />HISTORY<br /><ul><li>in February 1902.
Suitable for small to medium tractors where power steering can be an option to manual steering.
Once the size of the tractor becomes too big for manual steering, hydro-mechanical steering is usually not cost effective.</li></li></ul><li>6<br />Components in power steering<br />Power steering pump.<br />Reservoir. <br />Steering gear box.<br />Rotatory valve.<br />
8<br />Power steering pump<br />Built the pressure<br />
9<br />Steering gear box<br /><ul><li>Steering gears are enclosed in a casing known as steering gear box</li></li></ul><li>10<br />Rotatory valve<br />A rotary valve for a power steering system includes a valve sleeve in which a rotor is rotatably carried for controlling fluid flow from a supply pump to a cylinder of the power steering system. <br />
11<br />Types of power steering<br />Hydraulic<br />Electro-hydraulic [E.H.P.S]<br />Electric<br />
21<br />CONCLUSION<br />By studying all these, we can conclude that the power steering is necessary for the modern cars.<br />It provides good handling to the driver, gives better comfort, and make him less fatigue.<br />