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Experimental investigation of a 3D-printed Airless tire for vibration analysis
  • siddhant shah,
  • Vinay Vishwakarma
siddhant shah
BMIS International School Surat

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Vinay Vishwakarma


The research presented here looks into the vibration properties of 3D-printed airless tires, which have the potential to revolutionize tire design and transportation efficiency. Through extensive experimentation and vibration research, three distinct tire constructions were investigated. Because of its good damping and deformation qualities, thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) was chosen as the 3D printing material. The experimental arrangement was designed to simulate real-world road conditions, and an MPU6050 sensor captured tire vibrations in three axes. The vibrational properties of the tire structures were revealed using Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) analysis, allowing for a comparative assessment of their stability. Structure 1 was found to be the most vibration-stable, followed by Structures 3 and 2.
17 Apr 2024Submitted to TechRxiv
23 Apr 2024Published in TechRxiv