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Design And Analysis Of Shaft With Pure Aluminum And 0.75%Magnesium Alloys By Finite Element Ana

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dc.contributor.author Wejera. Jemal
dc.contributor.author Tadele Mamo
dc.contributor.author Fanta Werky
dc.date.accessioned 2024-02-21T07:09:25Z
dc.date.available 2024-02-21T07:09:25Z
dc.date.issued 2024-02
dc.identifier.uri https://repository.ju.edu.et//handle/123456789/9165
dc.description.abstract In recent decades, modern service performance demanded alloys elements with a broad bundle of properties, which are quite dif icult to achieve using alloys elements. Now a day shaft material was the solution to specific functions for material used in Ethiopia. In the cause, the shaft material for steel was heavy and large dead weight lengthens the manufacturing time. These scope automotive manufacturers to this concept reduced the weight of shaft without compromising its static and analytical, crash-worthiness, and stif ness. That is to have a lightweight system. The main idea of thesis was to identify minimization of weight of shaft. This shaft was lightweight, high static and strength, high stif ness, and corrosion resistance behavior of the alloy element make them a suitable material for the shaft as compared to p revises work of mild steel; the material has been used for the shaft. The yield strength of a material is (2.5-250 N/𝑀2 ) & (55.02-825 N/𝑀2 ), the stressed material is (102-111.1Mpa) & (115-120.25Mpa), the strained material is (4.49-3.45) & (1.816_7.2%) for Mild steel and pure Aluminum and 0.75%Magnesium Alloy with respectively. This thesis presents comparison of alloy material With Mild Steel and Alloys Material like Pure Aluminum and 0.75%Pure Magnesium Alloy with a weight reduction of the shaft by analytical and static analysis has been done, using solid works software en_US
dc.language.iso en_US en_US
dc.subject Analysis, Alloys, Aluminum, Magnesium, Solid W en_US
dc.title Design And Analysis Of Shaft With Pure Aluminum And 0.75%Magnesium Alloys By Finite Element Ana en_US
dc.type Thesis en_US

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