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Durability Analysis of Aluminum Alloy Brake Pedal Manufactured by Die Casting
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Durability Analysis of Aluminum Alloy Brake Pedal Manufactured by Die Casting
Cho, Seunghyun; Kang, Seul-Ki; Kim, Hangoo;
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 Abstract
Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) durability analysis and experiments of an aluminum alloy brake pedal were carried out for the car lighter by die casting method. In the CAE analysis, KS standards and criteria of the Volvo Car Corporation were applied, and in the experiment, KS standards were applied. The CAE analysis results show that aluminum alloy brake pedals are stronger than the conventional steel brakes pedals because the yield strength of the aluminum alloy increased by almost 97% over that of steel. Further, the structures of the cylinder and the frame were reinforced with increasing thickness of flame and were changed to suit the die-casting process. Through a durability test based on the KS standard, the strength of a prototype of the aluminum alloy brake pedal was confirmed to be sufficient.
 Keywords
Brake pedal;Al alloy;Die-casting;Durability;
 Language
Korean
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