College of Engineering and Polymer Science
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Mechanical Engineering Technology
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Bachelor of Science
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The goal of this project was to design three different models of a coaxial beam eAxle for a range of electric vehicles. The requirement was to satisfy three different loading conditions, each characterized by a GAWR. These three loading conditions were 3000lb, 7500lb, and 10,000lb. This was done by first creating a model based on a basic outline given by Schaeffler. This model was then analyzed using Ansys®, and then iterated upon by designing new models using the 3D design program Solidworks. The iteration process was continued using more Ansys® analysis, as well as calculations to determine things like bolt size and axle tube length.
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Cebriak, Alexander; Foster, Jackson; and James, Chris, "Coaxial Beam eAxle Modeling and Analysis for GAWR Limits" (2023). Williams Honors College, Honors Research Projects. 1746.
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