Review of 4WS In Multimode Operation

Ishan Giradkar, Pratik kuhite, Vaibhav Deolikar, Shashank Hedau, Sushant Parate, Amol Borghare, Prof. D. R. Waje
Volume 2: Issue 1, March 2015, pp 38-40


Author's Information
Ishan Giradkar1 
Corresponding Author
1Department of Mechanical Engineering, BCYRC’S, Umrer College of Engineering, Umrer, Maharashtra, India
ishaang67@gmail.com

Pratik kuhite, Vaibhav Deolikar, Shashank Hedau, Sushant Parate, Amol Borghare, Prof. D. R. Waje
2Department of Mechanical Engineering, BCYRC’S, Umrer College of Engineering, Umrer, Maharashtra, India


Review Article -- Peer Reviewed
Published online – 30 March 2015

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Cite this article – Ishan Giradkar, Pratik kuhite, Vaibhav Deolikar, Shashank Hedau, Sushant Parate, Amol Borghare, Prof. D. R. Waje, “Review of 4WS In Multimode Operation”, International Journal of Analytical, Experimental and Finite Element Analysis, RAME Publishers, vol. 2, issue 1, pp. 38-40, March 2015.


Abstract:-
This paper gives the information about Design of Multimode Four Wheel Steering. It is very difficult for a medium size sedan to take a U-turn on a busy road with the little space available for the vehicle to actually make the turn. It is also difficult for the driver to take the vehicle a little backward and then make the turn as the roads are busy and small. In such a case, if the vehicle is equipped with four wheel steering system, it will be easy for the driver to actually make the turn with ease even in the small space that is available for him. But the main thing is that we have two configurations in four wheel steering systems called same phase and opposite phase. The main intension of this paper is to reduce the turning radius of a vehicle as much as practically possible without crossing the practical limits of design and assembly of the components of the steering system.
Index Terms:-
Steering gearbox, Linkages, Steering bar, Steering Wheel, Wheels, wheels hub, Rectangular Iron frame
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