Graduate papers
Description of the graduate paper
Form of studies Master
Title of the study programm Engineering Technology, Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering
Title in original language Motocikla aizmugurējo riteņu šūpšķirbas formas optimizācija.
Title in English Shape optimizations of rear wheel swing arm in motorcycle.
Scientific advisor Oļegs Jakovļevs
Reviewer Jānis Auziņš
Abstract The aim of this research is to create a compact structure and light weight swingarm for a motorcycle application. The report's aim is to develop the original swingarm model and address its drawbacks. The objective is to maximize the swingarm's strength and rigidity, particularly under severe driving circumstances. The second objective is to minimize the weight limit of the swingarm while not losing too many efficiency parameters. The Numerical simulation of the actual design was analyzed by following a sequence of algorithmic geometric improvements and evaluation. Two different styles were held in mind for materials and those are Aluminum alloy 6061 T6 and AISI 4340 steel were used during this model design respectively. The latest designs were reported to have higher safety factor than those of the previous one. The latest iteration had a significantly lower mass loss than the previous design. In terms of production, the new version is comparatively simple and inexpensive to produce, particularly as contrasted to the original model with a smaller number of units. It must either be machined, or 3D printed.
Keywords Galvenie vārdi:Topoloģijas optimizācija, materiālais īpašums, ģeneratīvais dizains, drošības faktors, masas samazināšana, robežnosacījumi
Keywords in English Topology Optimizations, Material Property, Generative Design, Factor of Safety, Mass Reductions, Boundary Condition.
Language eng
Year 2021
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