Analisa Kegagalan As Roda Sebagai Penggerak (Axle Shaft) Pada Kendaraan Mitsubishi Colt Diesel 125 PS

S.p, Irwan Yunaidi (2019) Analisa Kegagalan As Roda Sebagai Penggerak (Axle Shaft) Pada Kendaraan Mitsubishi Colt Diesel 125 PS. Other thesis, Universitas Islam Riau.


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Colt diesel vehicles are widely used to transport palm oil. In addition to transporting oil palm this vehicle also transports materials such as stone, sand, wood. Vehicles carrying palm oil such as colt diesel vehicles have a loading point that is central to the back of the colt diesel vehicle body. So that the rear axle of the shaft has a heavy load or torsional moment continuously. This can also be caused by the load exceeding its capacity so that the drive shaft works extra hard. The main function of the wheel shaft is to continue the rotation or power of motion from the engine through the plopeler shaft to the axle, then keroda-wheel. To find out the type of material used in the rear wheel shaft. To find out the factors causing failure in the rear wheel shaft. The average total load that is often carried by the Colt diesel 125 ps vehicle is 14,630 kg. The recommended standard load is 11,190 kg. The material composition test results used on the wheel shaft are in accordance with the standards, namely the AISI 1541 steel. And the results of the micro-observation of the outermost axle are Full Martensite. The maximum stress that occurs is 96.4112159 x 107 N / m2 while the maximum stress on the rear axle is 35 x 107 N / m2. So that the failure that occurs on the shaft is pure torque moment. Another factor that can cause failure on the axles is the lack of maintenance carried out on bearings located on the slab.

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Colt Diesel Vehicles, Voltage, Failure, Momen Rotate
Subjects: T Technology > TJ Mechanical engineering and machinery
Divisions: > Teknik Mesin
> Teknik Mesin
Depositing User: Mohamad Habib Junaidi
Date Deposited: 15 Mar 2022 09:36
Last Modified: 15 Mar 2022 09:36

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