Below is the attached file of my complete hood deisng completed with the help of Nx cad .

Projects by ankur sonowal

Roof Report
ankur sonowal · 2019-09-20 09:08:24

Below is my attached report Read more

Inner Panel BackDoor
ankur sonowal · 2019-09-20 08:40:25

                                     INNER PANNEL OF A BACKDOOR The backdoor of a vehicle is also known as the tailgate. It consists of one inner pannel and two to three oute Read more

Sectional Modulus of Hood
ankur sonowal · 2019-09-20 06:58:25

SECTION MODULUS : It is a geometric property for a given cross-section and it is used in designing beams.It is the ratio of total moment resisted by the section to the stress in the extreme fibre which is equal to yield stress. They are basically of two types El Read more Read more

ankur sonowal · 2019-08-21 14:01:20

 MR. Pughahyendhii\'s requirements are as follows : 1. He needs car for his daily commute so a diesel car will be a better option for him. 2. Also he is a fond of big cars so based upon his budget the follwoing cars are suggestible. Mahindra XUV300 Read more

UNDERBODY COATING It is basically a coating process where the car is sent inside a E-Dip bath to make it corrosive resistance and also to make sure that BIW model will soak paint easily. The process is started with the E-Dip bath where the BIW(Body in white) model of Read more

Air Cycle
ankur sonowal · 2018-08-21 08:55:32

%Inputs gamma = 1.4 %state variables p1= 101325 t1 = 500 t3 = 2300 % Engine geometric parameters bore = 01.; stroke = 0.1 ; cond_rod = 0.15 ; cr = 12; %Calculating the swept volume and the clearance volume v_swept = (pi/4)*bore^2*stroke; v Read more

Flow over Biycycle
ankur sonowal · 2018-08-19 07:20:10

  #Flow over bicycle %Inputs %Drag coefficient c_d=0.8 %Area m^2 A = 0.1 %Density kg/m^3 rho=1.2 %Velocity v=[1:50] drag_force = rho*A*v.^2*c_d*0.5 plot(v, drag_force) xlabel(velcoity) ylabel(Dragforce) grid on Read more

l1=1; l2=0.5; theta1 = linspace(0,90,40); theta2 = linspace(0,90,40); for i = 1:length(theta1) THETA1 = theta1(i); for j = 1:length(theta2) THETA2 = theta2(j); x0 = 0; y0 = 0; x1 = l1*cosd(THETA1); y1 = l1*sind(THETA1); x2 Read more


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