MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 316, 20202020 6th Asia Conference on Mechanical Engineering and Aerospace Engineering (MEAE 2020)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Mechanical Design and Control System|
|Published online||01 July 2020|
Structure Analysis and Design of Automobile plastic clutch pump body based on friction welding
Fujian Key Laboratory of Advanced Design and Manufacture for Bus$Coach, Xiamen University of Technology, 361024 Fujian Xiamen, China
2 Fujian Collaborative Innovation Center for R&D of Coach and Special Vehicle, Xiamen University of Technology, 361024 Fujian Xiamen, China
a Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
In order to realize the need for lightweight automobiles through replacing steel with plastics, the research and development of the plastic clutch pump body based on the friction welding was carried out. For the clutch pump body connected by friction welding process between the upper pump body and the lower pump body, the technical requirements of pressure 14 MPa and durability (high temperature 7.0 × 104 times, room temperature 7.0 × 105) are required. The structure type of the upper and lower pump bodies of the end face welding type was proposed. Through the static analysis of the pump body and weld and the mechanical analysis under the working condition, the structure of the clutch pump body (upper and lower pump body) was determined. According to the established welding process, the pressure of the clutch pump body is more than 15 MPa, and the number of high-temperature durable circulation and the number of room temperature durable circulation also reached 7.2×104 and 7.3×105 times respectively. The results show that the structural design of a clutch pump body meets the design requirements.
Key words: Plastic clutch pump body / Rotating friction welding / Welding surface structure / Finite element analysis / Durability
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