We have pleasure in introducing our new project “AUTOMATIC PNEUMATIC BUMPER”, which is fully equipped by IR sensors circuit and Pneumatic bumper activation circuit. It is a genuine project which is fully equipped and designed for Automobile vehicles. This forms an integral part of best quality.
This product underwent the strenuous test in our Automobile vehicles and it is good. Automation can be achieved through computers, hydraulics, pneumatics, robotics, etc., of these sources, pneumatics form an attractive medium for low-cost automation. The main advantages of all pneumatic systems are economy and simplicity. Automation plays an important role in the mass production.
For mass production of the product, the machining operations decide the sequence of machining. The machines designed for producing a particular product are called transfer machines. The components must be moved automatically from the bins to various machines sequentially and the final component can be placed separately for packaging. Materials can also be repeatedly transferred from the moving conveyors to the workplace and vice versa.
Nowadays almost all the manufacturing process is being atomized in order to deliver the products at a faster rate. The manufacturing operation is being atomized for the following reasons.
To achieve mass production-
- To reduce manpower
- To increase the efficiency of the plant
- To reduce the workload
- To reduce the production cost
- To reduce the production time
- To reduce the material handling
- To reduce the fatigue of workers
- To achieve good product quality
The aim is to design and develop a control system based on the pneumatic braking system of an intelligent electronically controlled automotive braking system. Based on this model, control strategies such as an ‘antilock braking system’ (ABS) and improved maneuverability via individual wheel braking are to be developed and evaluated.
There have been considerable advances in modern vehicle braking systems in recent years. For example, electronically controlled ABS for emergency braking, electronically controlled hydraulically actuated individual brake-by-wire (BBW) systems for saloon cars and electronically controlled pneumatically actuated systems for heavy goods vehicles. The work of recent years shall form the basis of a system design approach to be implemented.
The novelty of the proposed research programmed shall lie in the design and evaluation of control systems for achieving individual wheel motion control facilitated by BBW. In the case of BBW the brake pedal is detached from the hydraulic system and replaced by a ‘brake pedal simulator’. The simulator provides an electrical signal for the electronic control system.