Perancangan Dan Analisa Sistem Kemudi Dan Sistem Suspensi Narrow Tilting Vehicle

Restuaji, Rizal Pribadi (2016) Perancangan Dan Analisa Sistem Kemudi Dan Sistem Suspensi Narrow Tilting Vehicle. Undergraduate thesis, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember.

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Abstract

Narrow tilting vehicle sebagai jenis transportasi alternatif yang menggabungkan sepeda motor dan mobil terus berkembang. Kendaraan beroda tiga ini mampu bermanuver dengan lincah karena memiliki kemampuan untuk memiringkan bodi kendaraan (tilting) seperti sepeda motor. Narrow tilting vehicle juga mempunyai rangka pelindung menyerupai mobil sehingga lebih aman dari sepeda motor. Kemampuan bermanuver ini perlu didukung oleh sistem kemudi dan sistem suspensi kendaraan yang baik sehingga kendaraan tetap aman pada saat digunakan. Berdasarkan permasalahan tersebut diperlukan rancangan sistem kemudi dan sistem suspensi narrow tilting vehicle yang sesuai dengan kriteria tertentu. Sistem kemudi yang baik adalah yang mampu menghasilkan sudut belok sesuai dengan kondisi Ackerman. Sedangkan sistem suspensi kendaraan harus dirancang agar menghasilkan sudut camber negatif ketika terjadi wheel displacement ke atas dan sebaliknya. Dalam tugas akhir ini dilakukan simulasi kinematik menggunakan perangkat lunak multibody dynamics dalam perancangan sistem kemudi dan sistem suspensi narrow tilting vehicle. Pada tugas akhir ini telah dilakukan perancangan dan analisa sistem kemudi dan sistem suspensi narrow tilting vehicle. Diperoleh geometri sistem kemudi yang paling mendekati kondisi Ackerman adalah pada trackwidth 600mm dan panjang sambungan belakang (Lback) 50mm dan sambungan samping (Lside) 40mm. Untuk geometri sistem kemudi yang paling mendekati kondisi Ackerman, dipilih variasi panjang upper control arm yang sama dengan lower control arm. ================================================================================================================== Narrow tilting vehicle as an alternative transportation mode that combines the advantages between motorcycle and car continues to develop. This three-wheeled vehicle capable of maneuvering agilely because the ability to tilt the vehicle body just like a motorcycle. Narrow tilting vehicle also has a protective framework like car so it is safer than motorcycle. This maneuver capabilities need to be supported by good steering and suspension system with specific requirements so that the vehicle remains safe when used. Based on those problems, design of steering and suspension system that meet specific criteria is required. A good steering system should be able to generate wheel turning angle in accordance to Ackerman condition. While the vehicle suspension system must be designed to produce a negative camber angle when the wheel is travelling upward (bounce) and positive camber angle when the wheel is travelling downward (rebound). In this final project design of narrow tilting vehicle steering and suspension system is conducted by kinematics simulation using multibody dynamics software. In this final project design of narrow tilting vehicle steering and suspension system has been obtained. For steering system, geometry that fits closely to Ackerman condition is on 600mm trackwidth and 50mm of rear link length (Lback) and 40mm of side link length (Lside). For the chosen steering system geometry, suspension system with the same length of upper and lower control arm is selected

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Additional Information: RSM 629.247 Res p
Uncontrolled Keywords: Narrow tilting vehicle, Sistem kemudi, Sisitem suspensi, Sudut camber, Simulasi kinematik
Subjects: T Technology > TL Motor vehicles. Aeronautics. Astronautics > TL152.8 Vehicles, Remotely piloted. Autonomous vehicles.
Divisions: Faculty of Industrial Technology > Mechanical Engineering > 21201-(S1) Undergraduate Thesis
Depositing User: ansi aflacha
Date Deposited: 22 Jun 2020 01:33
Last Modified: 22 Jun 2020 01:33
URI: https://repository.its.ac.id/id/eprint/76190

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