Latest Projects Based on Ansys



The following projects are based on ansys. This list shows the latest innovative projects which can be built by students to develop hands-on experience in areas related to/ using ansys.

1. ANSYS for Civil Engineers

ANSYS for Civil Engineers

From Beams to structures, from home analysis to building analysis ANSYS has immense applications in the world of Civil Engineering. ANSYS helps engineers to generate numerical simulations for various problems like structural, thermal and assists them in taking necessary decisions towards product improvement. Ansys is the industry preferred tool used by engineers interested in CFD and structural applications. This course introduces you to the concepts of CFD, FEA & helps you develop various projects using ANSYS.

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2. MEP with Revit

MEP with Revit

MEP (Mechanical, Electrical & Plumbing) design is one of the essential components of the BIM system. MEP engineers design structures for human occupant buildings, here aspects of Cooling, heating, plumbing, and electrical connectivity play a very important role. Revit MEP is the first choice for most of MEP engineers across the globe. All real estate developers require expertise in MEP. Revit will help to improve communication between the MEP professionals, by providing necessary details with high accuracy.

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3. FEM with ANSYS

FEM with ANSYS

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4. CFD using ANSYS Fluent (Starter)

CFD using ANSYS Fluent (Starter)

In this course you will work with Pre processing tools like Space Claim, Mesher with solver as Ansys and the post processing tool used will be CFD Post In this Course you will analyse problems for fluid flow and Heat Transfer.

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5. CFD using ANSYS Fluent (Explorer)

CFD using ANSYS Fluent (Explorer)

In this course, you will work with Preprocessing tools like Space Claim, Mesher with a solver as Ansys and the post-processing tool used will be CFD Post In this course, you will analyze problems for fluid flow, Species Transfer and CFD for multiple frame references.

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6. CFD using ANSYS Fluent (Champion)

CFD using ANSYS Fluent (Champion)

In this intermediate course, you will work with Preprocessing tools like Space Claim, Mesher with a solver as Ansys and the post-processing tool used will be CFD Post In this course, you will analyze and solve problems related to fluid flow, Surface Chemistry, Combustion and Heat Transfer in Electronic Component.

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7. MATLAB for Engineers

MATLAB for Engineers

In this course, you will work with various tools present in MATLAB. You will explore the possibilities by programming and scripting in MATLAB, create Simulink models for various differential equations and play around with physical bodies using Simscape.

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8. ANSYS Fluent (Career Building Course)

ANSYS Fluent (Career Building Course)

In this Career Building Course, you will work with preprocessing tools like Space Claim, Mesher with a solver as Ansys and the post-processing tool used will be CFD Post In this course, you will analyze and solve problems related to fluid flow, heat transfer, dealing with compressible and incompressible fluids. You will learn to analyze various problems varying from airfoil to heat dissipation in battery module.

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9. Flow Simulation (CFD) and Shape Optimization of an Airfoil Design and Compare with Wind Tunnel Experiment Result

Flow Simulation (CFD) and Shape Optimization of an Airfoil Design and Compare with Wind Tunnel Experiment Result

The Aerospace industry is increasingly relying on advanced numerical flow simulation tools for analyzing all the components of aircraft. The main part which helps in producing lift is wings. So, the shape of the aerofoil should be designed in such a manner so that maximum lift can be achieved. In this project, you are going to work on a standard NACA airfoil and analyze it using finite element volume tool AcuSolve. Then you have to validate your numerical result with the wind tunnel experiment result.

10. Numerical and Experimental Analysis of Various Fluid flow Visualization in Heat Exchanger

Numerical and Experimental Analysis of Various Fluid flow Visualization in Heat Exchanger

Heat Exchangers are widely used in most engineering fields, such as the process, power, automotive, cryogenics, refrigeration, air conditioning, heat recovery, manufacturing industries, etc. So, a lot of research is going on to develop and improve heat exchanger effectiveness. In this project, you are going to Analyze fluid flow in a heat exchanger using an analysis software and then compare the result data with the experimental result of a Heat Exchanger setup.

11. Flow Simulation (CFD) and Wind tunnel Experiment of Cricket ball

Flow Simulation (CFD) and Wind tunnel Experiment of Cricket ball

The aerodynamic properties of a cricket ball can greatly be affected by the prominence of the seam, the surface roughness of the ball in play, and the launch attitude of the ball by the bowler. Based on seam angle and surface roughness of the ball, an asymmetric airflow over the ball due to pressure difference can be generated thereby deviating the flight from the intended path. This potential flight deviation is called swing. Therefore, it is extremely important to understand the aerodynamic properties of used cricket balls as wear and tear can have a major effect on the swing. The primary objectives of this work were to understand the aerodynamic properties of a series of used cricket balls, thus the mechanism of swing as well as the drag of a cricket ball.

12. Design and Fabrication of Vacuum Brake system

Design and Fabrication of Vacuum Brake system

The design and fabrication of a braking system is a difficult task. The application of brakes using vacuum in automobiles is a more difficult task in the initial stages of the work. But it has been successfully proved that such brake application is possible with the fail-safe condition. While implementing this idea on a heavy vehicle, it is better to replace the manually operated directional control valve with solenoid operated directional control valve to reduce driver effort and also it will work like a brake pedal switch. In this project, you will design and fabricate a vacuum braking system for a Train.

13. Design Optimization And Analysis Of Composite Leaf Spring For Light weight Vehicle

Design Optimization And Analysis Of Composite Leaf Spring For Light weight Vehicle

A Leaf spring is used in a four-wheel automobile vehicle as a part of the suspension system. These springs are generally made from steel, which adds a lot of weight to the vehicle leading to a decrease in the efficiency. In the case of lightweight vehicles, things become worse, as the weight of these spring is too heavy it leads to lower performance. In this project, you are going to solve this problem by designing a leaf spring in a solid modeling software and optimizing your design by varying the dimension and type of composite material so that weight will be reduced without compromising the effect needed from the spring.

14. Analysis of Perforated Fin Array

Analysis of Perforated Fin Array

This project focuses on the design and thermal analysis of rectangular fin array with perforation and without perforation. Fins are commonly used to increase

15. Analysis of Vertical Pump

Analysis of Vertical Pump

Vertical Turbine Pumps are the centrifugal pumps which are mounted vertically. Generally, turbine pumps have constant head and fluid flows uniformly at high pressure. Natural frequencies of a vertical turbine pump are

16. Design Verification of Car Bonnet

Design Verification of Car Bonnet

The strength assessment of the hood assembly is important when it comes to meet the design standards. The hood assembly is an important system in a car from the safety point of view and has a direct relationship with the appearance aspect of the car.

17. Study of performance of thrust vectoring in commercial aircraft

Study of performance of thrust vectoring in commercial aircraft

Thrust vectoring is one of the technologies used to overcome the challenge for innovation. By vectoring the exhaust jet, the engine’s thrust is used to control the aircraft. In supersonic fighter aircraft thrust vectoring is one of the major phenomena used for VTOL/STOL and maneuvering. But in commercial aircraft thrust vectoring is used to prevent catastrophic failure and for Short Take-Off and Landing.

18. Design and analysis of fuel system for Velocity XL

Design and analysis of fuel system for Velocity XL

The VELOCITY-XL aircraft is a long-range aircraft with the latest technology in aerodynamics and structure to provide good maneuverability facilities and stealth mode. This can move 1100-miles cross country trips at speeds above 190 MPH while carrying four adults and baggage in total comfort. These airplanes perform best at altitudes of 8,000-11,000 feet. Landing requires a speed of about 85 MPH and a 1,500 feet long landing strip.

19. Composite bonded patch for fuselage panel

Composite bonded patch for fuselage panel

Fiber-reinforced polymer composite is the preferred material for the construction of aircraft and spacecraft. Even used as structural materials for the development of fuselage and due to its applications in the various field, it is used as a primary source for designing aircraft.

Aircraft safety is improving by analyzing the defects in the fuselage and catastrophic failure investigations on aircraft structural components. The primary cause of failure identification and the analysis enable recommendations for corrective action.

20. Detachable Wings

Detachable Wings

The main purpose of this project is to minimize the loss of life in times of catastrophic failure of the hydraulic system or case of failure of engines. A new design concept that has the potential to save the lives of a thousand passengers in the event of an air crash. The notion involves the redesigning of a plane with the detachable wings that would eject during the emergency to touch down on land or water safety. It is the method of detaching the wings from an aircraft which is in the state of an unrecoverable stall, which could add up to damage in time of catastrophe.

In this project, we are going to fabricate an aircraft with detachable wings and the Orion parachute system (3 parachutes). Later creating a 3D model of an aircraft and run analysis over the model and obtain the results. At last a field test is conducted based on flight data requirements.

21. Design of landing gear linkage by using composite material

Design of landing gear linkage by using composite material

The landing gear is a structure, which supports the aircraft in the ground. A major part of aircrafts load is transferred to the landing gear during take-off and landing. These loads are then transferred to the airframe through landing gear beams. Wheels of the landing gear are added as per the size of the aircraft. The position of the landing gear depends on the design, type, and load of the aircraft. Some landing gear is mounted on wing and some under the fuselage.

In this project, we are going to create and analyze a 2D and 3D model of lug attachments in the landing gear.

22. Design and flow analysis of a variable sweep wing on a commercial aircraft

Design and flow analysis of a variable sweep wing on a commercial aircraft

A variable-sweep wing is a type of wing configuration, that changes the sweep angle of the wing during flight. This is a concept of hybrid wings used for a sudden increase in velocity and aerobatic purpose.

23. Design, fabrication and testing of eagle wing configuration for ornithopter

Design, fabrication and testing of eagle wing configuration for ornithopter

An ornithopter is a type of aircraft that flies by flapping its wings. Designers try to mimic the flight of birds, bats, and insects.

In this project, we are going to design and develop a scaled 3D model of ornithopter resembling an eagle. Then, kinematic data is obtained from the 3D model of ornithopter and fabricated to the required dimensions.

24. Landing gear stress analysis

Landing gear stress analysis

The landing gear forms a structure, which supports the aircraft on the ground. All the load will be acting on the landing gear during take-off and landing. The larger the aircraft more the wheels are added to the landing gear. The position of landing gear depends on the design, load, and type of aircraft. Most of them are mounted on the wing.

25. The aerodynamics of insect flight

The aerodynamics of insect flight

Insects owe much of their evolution success to flight. Compared with their flightless ancestors, flying insects are better equipped to escape from their predators, search food sources and get adjusted to new habitats. Because their survival and evolution depend on flight performance

26. Fundamental aerodynamics of the soccer ball

Fundamental aerodynamics of the soccer ball

Many sports involve kicking, smashing, hitting or throwing a ball. However, all playing balls are affected by air or any fluid dynamically. In this study, we compared the aerodynamic coefficients in wind tunnel experiment of fully rotating and non-rotating soccer balls and to clarify their aerodynamic properties titanium chloride visualization method is used to find vortex dynamics of soccer balls in flight

27. Design and analysis of winged hovercraft

Design and analysis of winged hovercraft

The hovercraft design for minor, average, and huge load or military vehicles allows traveling from very slow to average to high speeds over water or land. A vehicle of this design is 150% more effective than current aircraft, 20 times faster than load carrying ships, and capable of going to other landmasses. The project can be adapted to a gathering of fast, military, over-water vehicles of any size capable of portable over any landscape.

28. Design and simulation procedure of a 2D aircraft nozzle

Design and simulation procedure of a 2D aircraft nozzle

A nozzle is a relatively simple device, just a specially shaped tube through which hot gases flow. The purpose of the nozzle, in subsonic flow, is to constrict the airflow, thus critically increasing the thrust as it leaves the engine.

29. AERODYNAMICS OF A BADMINTON SHUTTLECOCK

AERODYNAMICS OF A BADMINTON SHUTTLECOCK

A nozzle is a relatively simple device, just a specially shaped tube through which hot gases flow. The purpose of the nozzle, in subsonic flow, is to constrict the airflow, thus critically increasing the thrust as it leaves the engine.

30. Analysis of 2D Compressible flow over airfoil using ANSYS Fluent

Analysis of 2D Compressible flow over airfoil using ANSYS Fluent

An airfoil-shaped body moving through a fluid produces an aerodynamic force. Some important constraints to describe an airfoil's shape are its camber and its thickness. For example, an airfoil of the NACA 4-digit series such as the NACA 2415 describes an airfoil with a camber of 0.02 chord located at 0.40 chord, with 0.15 chord of maximum thickness.

31. Meshing and analysis of a 2D pipe using ICEM CFD and ANSYS Fluent

Meshing and analysis of a 2D pipe using ICEM CFD and ANSYS Fluent

ICEM is a software developed by ICEM CFD engineering which provides classy geometry tools for mesh generation, pre-processing and mesh optimization tools. It is used for manufacturing applications such as computational fluid dynamics and mechanical analysis.

32. Flow analysis over 3d airfoil wing using ANSYS WORKBENCH

Flow analysis over 3d airfoil wing using ANSYS WORKBENCH

An airfoil-shaped body moving through a fluid produces an aerodynamic force. Some important constraints to describe an airfoil's shape are its camber and its thickness.

33. Flow analysis of aerofoil using ICM CFD

Flow analysis of aerofoil using ICM CFD

An airfoil-shaped body moving through a fluid produces an aerodynamic force Some important constraints to describe an airfoil's shapes are its camber and its thickness.

34. Drones for passenger transport (Drone taxi)

Drones for passenger transport (Drone taxi)

Technological advancement has proved the impossible things as possible. Similarly, the recent innovations in UAV’s (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) which are commonly known as drones paved the way for the newer way of transportation not only for carrying goods but also to carry humans from one place to another.

Increased usage of Automobiles like cars, bikes in the metro cities escalated the traffic and also increased pollution. To overcome both the issues here we are going to develop a drone project which can able to carry passengers from one place to another like a taxi.

35. Analysis of Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer in a mixing elbow using ANSYS Fluent

Analysis of Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer in a mixing elbow using ANSYS Fluent

In this CFD project, you will use ANSYS to analyse the fluid flow and heat transfer in a mixing elbow. Mixing elbow is used in piping systems of power plants and process industries to find the flow field and temperature field in the region of the mixing section which helps to fix the position of inlet pipes. 

Before starting the project here is an overview of the problem which we are going to solve - Now a cold fluid (20C) is going to enter through the large inlet and it is going to get mixed with the warmer fluid (40C) which enters through a smaller inlet at the elbow. For the flow at the large inlet, the Reynolds number is 50,800,  hence the turbulent flow model will be needed.

36. Thermal Analysis of Heat pipes in Ansys

Thermal Analysis of Heat pipes in Ansys

INTRODUCTION

A heat pipe is a latent gadget with an upper heat conductance. It is a closed emptied tube or office of varied shapes. Its internal surfaces are stock-still with a fine wick. Heat pipes are now used in a wide group of heat move-related applications. In this work, a two- dimensional limited part number- based model is created for the reproduction of heat channels to their resulting state where execution attributes. The limited- component models are developed in ANSYS programming to predict the temperature with the heat pipe. Some cases are discussed with various types of heat pipe divider materials, powerful warm of the wick, no-go heat transpiration at the evaporator, and working liquids. In all the cases, heat pipes are shown as areas, especially, evaporator, adiabatic and condenser areas. Reasonable material and heat conductivity would help for the heat pipe divider. Chosen heat transition at the evaporator section. At the condenser segment, the convective heat moves and is applied. In the adiabatic section, if no there is no condition, ANSYS treats the surface as adiabatic. At the point when all these conditions recreate the model, ANSYS programming produces good results.

37. Design and Analysis of Compressor Fins Thermal Distribution

Design and Analysis of Compressor Fins Thermal Distribution

INTRODUCTION: 

The Reciprocating Compressor fins produced using Aluminum composite. It's given increment in contact territory in convective heat flow. Air cooling is a technique for dispersing heat. It works as an expanded progression of air over its surface. A blade is a surface that stretches out from an article to build the pace of heat flow. The point of the present work-study is to set up a limited component model of balance. We altered geometrical shapes of fins for analysis and select the most effective cooling fin.

38. Design and Analysis of Fins with Various Configuration

Design and Analysis of Fins with Various Configuration

INTRODUCTION:

Convective heat flows between surfaces. The encompassing has been a significant issue and a subject of study for quite a while. In this venture, the heat flow execution of blade reformed by ANSYS workbench. It discusses the structure of balance with different plan setup. The heat flow execution of fins temperature having a different geometry. In this investigation, Aluminium utilized as the base metal for the balance material. It is used for different arrangements. Different setups discussed with the help of CATIA programming Analysis. The balance execution is also done through the product ANSYS workbench. 

39. DESIGN AND FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF AIRCRAFT WING USING ANSYS

DESIGN AND FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF AIRCRAFT WING USING ANSYS

INTRODUCTION: 

A wing is a sort of balance with a surface that produces streamlined power for flight or drive through the climate, or through another vaporous or fluid liquid. A wing's streamline quality is like lift-to-drag proportion. The lift of a wing creates at a given speed and approach can be one to two significant degrees. It is more prominent than the complete delay in the aircraft wing. A high lift-to-drag proportion requires an altogether littler push to move the aircraft wing through the air at an adequate lift. 

40. Bicycle Frame Structural analysis with FEA

Bicycle Frame Structural analysis with FEA

INTRODUCTION: 

This Ansys project has outlined the FE model utilizing beam elements to represent road bicycles using Ansys. The model mimics two standard stacking conditions. First, the vertical consistency and sidelong firmness of outlines of the bicycle geometry task. And second, these attributes to an improved arrangement in these conditions. Small edges (490 mm) carry both vertical consistency and horizontal solidness. The shorter top cylinder length (525 mm) and head tube point (74.5°) brings the side stiffer casing. The enhanced qualities show an extensive improvement over the current edges. It shows a 13% increase in vertical and 15% lessening in horizontal re-location.

41. Finite Element Analysis of Connecting Rod

Finite Element Analysis of Connecting Rod

INTRODUCTION: 

An interfacing pole of an IC motor exposed to complex unique stacking conditions. In this manner, it is a machine component that stands out for researchers. The CAD model is taking the measurements from a standard machine drawing coursebook. In the gas pressure, variety in the chamber of an IC motor. The cylinder powers determined for basic positions. MATLAB codes composed for this count. Altair Hyper mesh and Hyper view utilized for pre-handling and post-preparing of the model. The limited component examinations performed Altair Radios. The upgraded interfacing pole is 11.3% lighter than the first plan. 

42. Analysis of flow through tube tanks using ANSYS

Analysis of flow through tube tanks using ANSYS

Ansys stands for Analysis System. Ansys is called an ‘Analysis system’ just because in Ansys workbench all kinds of analysis systems are combined on one platform. In Ansys, to study about the fluids there is another in-built software known as CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) which helps us optimize our designs and can easily get us the results which we aim at. Ansys CFD goes beyond qualitative results to deliver accurate quantitative predictions of fluid interactions and trade-offs.

In Ansys, there are mainly 5 sections through which we can create or design a particular item, they are:

43. Design and CFD Flow Analysis of CD Nozzle

Design and CFD Flow Analysis of CD Nozzle

A device that controls the speed of the fluid flow, directions, and flow characteristics is a Nozzle. The nozzle is designed like a pipe with a non-uniform cross-section. This design helps in controlling the velocity, flow rate, pressure ratio, direction, etc. 

Flow characteristics of the nozzle section can be varied with the variation in pressure difference at the outlet and the inlet sections. 

A CD nozzle or convergent-divergent nozzle is shaped like a tube with two bulging ends and a narrow section in the middle. This structure/design gives a balanced shape for the nozzle. Nozzle speeds up hot, pressurized gas passing through it in the axial (thrust) direction, by converting the heat energy of the flow into kinetic energy. A CD nozzle is of most importance to increase the kinetic energy of the medium. 

44. CFD Modelling of Spray formation in Diesel Engines

CFD Modelling of Spray formation in Diesel Engines

There’s a lot of pressure in improving the designs of internal combustion chambers. The engines of the next generation need to be light, small, powerful, and good adaptability, with the usage of less fuel and less pollution. To meet these competing requirements, innovative engine designs are drawn. The ability to analyze the performance of many engine designs has also become critical. 

A computational fluid dynamics (CFD) modeling of the spray formation process in a Diesel engine, developed in ANSYS-FLUENT using its discrete phase modeling (DPM) capability and its IC-engine module. To know about the performance of an IC engine it is important to know the fluid’s interaction and also the moving parts of the engine. 

45. Natural Convection-Radiation reaction in a cube filled with Gas

Natural Convection-Radiation reaction in a cube filled with Gas

In convection, heat is transferred from one body to another with a medium present between and the heat travels from the heated body to the medium and then to the cold body and because of which heat is transferred to the surroundings. 

Density plays an important role in the heat transfer process as it does not follow the law of reflection and refraction.

46. Modeling of Non-premixed Methane BERL Combustor through CFD Approach using ANSYS

Modeling of Non-premixed Methane BERL Combustor through CFD Approach using ANSYS

{ BERL- Burner Engineering Research Laboratory }

In the case of non-premixed methane BERL combustor, there are two ports incorporated: 

  • one is for swirling combustion of air and 
  • other for fuel inlet. 

47. Battery Performance Simulation using ANSYS

Battery Performance Simulation using ANSYS

The portable devices which can provide energy anywhere are the batteries. Batteries are almost used in every sector starting from our cell phones to the vehicles in which we move. As the competition in producing batteries has increased, for a company to stay in this competition good working is important.

Simulating batteries is a difficult job because of their metaphysical nature and where they are applied. Only Ansys helps us in simulating batteries and also to create better battery designs for any application. 

Market leaders for battery making depend on the purpose of the battery and the company which provides good safety, proper size, and at an affordable cost. Simulation for a battery depends on its application and the amount of charge needed and its performance. 

48. Performance Analysis of Catalytic Converter using ANSYS

Performance Analysis of Catalytic Converter using ANSYS

A device that is used to reduce pollutants and toxic gases in the exhaust gas from the combustion engine by chemical reactions is known as a catalytic converter. These converters need a temperature of 426-degree centigrade so that it can convert harmful gases into non-toxic gases, so these are placed as close as possible to the engine to get enough temperature which it requires.

These converters are mostly used in automobiles, but their application has also been increased in mining equipment, generators, etc. where the amount of harmful gas emission is high.

For analysis of the catalytic converter, Ansys has a different software which is FEA (Finite Element Analysis) followed by CFD Analysis by which we can know how efficient the converter is.

49. Computational Modelling of Chemical Vapour Deposition

Computational Modelling of Chemical Vapour Deposition

The method which uses vacuum to deposit materials that produce high-performance, high-quality solid materials is known as chemical vapor deposition. CVD is mostly applied in semiconductors manufacturing to coat/ produce thin films. CVD has become the most versatile and important method to synthesize any product.

In CVD, mostly water is used as a substrate and is exposed to one or more volatile presses which then reacts and deposits on the surface of the desired product. CVD widely produces microfabrication to deposit various materials like Si, C, W, etc. which are good conductors. 

The main step in CVD is to study the properties of the material which has to be deposited and the properties of the substrate on which it has to be deposited.

To know about the vapor deposition on a substrate, Ansys has a separate software called Computational Fluid Dynamics software ANSYS/FLUENT is used.

50. CFD Simulation of Centrifugal Blower using ANSYS

CFD Simulation of Centrifugal Blower using ANSYS

Centrifugal blower was designed mainly to handle air and gases which are compressible fluids. A blower contains more than one stage of compression which is mounted on a single shaft. Blowers are mostly used in power stations, ventilation, workshops, etc. 

A centrifugal compressor can be related to a fan-based on the type of application which it has been applied to. For the simulation of a centrifugal blower, Ansys’s CFD simulation software helps to analyze and give the result which is required.

51. FEA Analysis of Disc Brake using ANSYS

FEA Analysis of Disc Brake using ANSYS

In brakes, the main property is the thermal conductivity as a lot of heat is generated in the brakes when it is applied. So, the brakes must be strong enough to control or dissipate the heat and to stop the vehicle with minimum displacement in urgent situations.

The main property of the brake is that it should cool down rapidly to avoid any structural imbalances to the brakes and another thing is that it should clean itself automatically.

Disc brake slows the rotatory motion of the wheel by the abrasion of brakes pads onto the wheel. During braking, kinetic energy is converted into heat energy, which heats the air present in between the brakes by which the durability of the brakes increases.

Finite element analysis helps in numerically solving any engineering problem. FEA represents every engineering problem in a numerical way by which the solution to the problems can be known and whether the process is feasible or no can be known.

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