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Proof of Wheel Fasteners by Multiaxial Tests in the Biaxial Wheel Test Rig
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published March 01, 1999 by SAE International in United States
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The complex design and loading conditions of the wheel-hub assembly and decisive safety demands make it necessary to proof the wheel fasteners under reliable, service-like testing conditions. In this paper main parameters, the function and fatigue life of wheel fasteners and consequences for testing are described and discussed.
The test procedure is based on the Biaxial Wheel Test Method, whereby the existing load program »Eurocycle« was extended by additional braking and torsional force sequences. The test requirement and some typical test results are presented.
|Design Criteria and Durability Approval of Wheel Hubs
|Simulation of the Experimental Proof Out of Wheels and Hubs
|Optimization of Automotive Wheel Lugnut Tightening
CitationFischer, G., Hasenmaier, W., and Grubisic, V., "Proof of Wheel Fasteners by Multiaxial Tests in the Biaxial Wheel Test Rig," SAE Technical Paper 1999-01-0781, 1999, https://doi.org/10.4271/1999-01-0781.
Data Sets - Support Documents
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- Grubisic, V. Fischer, G. Automotive Wheels, Method and Procedure for Optimal Design and Testing SAE Paper 830135 , SAE Transactions 92 1983
- Biaxial Wheel/Hub Test Facility Proceedings of the 1st International User Meeting 30 September 1993 1994 Proceedings of the 2nd Int. User Meeting 19 September 1995 1996 Proceedings of the 3rd Int. User Meeting 11 September 1997 1997 Fraunhofer-Institut für Betriebsfestigkeit LBF Darmstadt Grubisic V. Fischer G.
- Grubisic, V. Fischer, G. Methodology for Effective Design Evaluation and Durability Approval of Car Suspension Components SAE Paper 970094 1997
- Grubisic, V. Criteria and Methodology for Light Weight Design of Vehicle Components Subjected to Random Loads SAE Paper 850367 1985