Formula Student is a competition in which teams of students design and build single-seater racing vehicles and enter them in an annual competition where they are awarded points for a number of different key areas. The chassis of a vehicle is arguably the most important part as it serves as the framework onto which all other components are attached. The proposed chassis is of the space frame style design and using computer aided design CAD has been created in a virtual environment. Using finite element analysis FEA techniques different loading conditions where simulated in order to ascertain how the chassis would react. The chassis was subjected to braking loads, cornering loads, asymmetric loads and torsional loads.
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Each FSAE team dedicates special efforts in optimizing a chassis to understand its strength and area for weight reduction. So, we have created a set of video tutorials help them get started with suspension design using various ANSYS products. Aim is to make sure that chassis have enough strength to withstand all possible impact loads.
Preparing Geometry in SpaceClaim: In this video, you will learn how to prepare a chassis model in Spaceclaim. Process of extracting beams from solid and connecting various beam members are demonstrated.
Preparing Geometry in SpaceClaim: In this video, you will learn how to add suspension arms to a chassis model in Spaceclaim. Process of importing coordinate points and creating 3D sketch is demonstrated.
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Chassis Design Analysis for Formula Student Car
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Formula SAE Vehicle Chassis Design- Tutorials