Design and Analysis of All Terrain Vehicle for Agricultural Transportation
Ashwin A. Kamble, Amar M. Borawake, Yogesh S. Khandebharad, Bhavesh R. Bhagat, Pratik P. Vaidya
Volume 5: Issue 1, March 2018, pp 13-17
Ashwin A. Kamble1
1Department of Mechanical Engineering, JSPM Narhe Technical Campus, Pune, Maharashtra, India
Amar M. Borawake, Yogesh S. Khandebharad, Bhavesh R. Bhagat, Pratik P. Vaidya
2Department of Mechanical Engineering, JSPM Narhe Technical Campus, Pune, Maharashtra, India
Abstract:-The objective is to design an ATV to work in Agriculture farm. It has to ensure that the vehicle spastics the limits of set rules. This vehicle must be capable of negotiate with confidence and ease. The vehicle is divided into its major component and subsystems. The major focus is towards explaining the procedure and methodology used for designing key components of off road vehicle.
Index Terms:-ATV, agriculture, suspension system
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