DESIGNING OF CONNECTING ROD OF DIFFERENT ALUMINIUM ALLOYS MATERIAL AND ITS STRESS ANALYSIS
A connecting rod, is the part of a cylinder motor which interfaces the driving rod crankshaft to the piston. Alongside the crank, the connecting rod changes over the reciprocating movement of the piston into the turn of the driving crankshaft. The connecting rod is required to transmit the tensile and compressive forces from the piston, and turn at the two closures. A connecting rod can turn at the two closures, with the goal that the edge between the connecting rod and the piston can change as the bar goes all over and pivots around the crankshaft. During every pivot of the crankshaft, a connecting rod is regularly dependent upon enormous and dull forces: shear forces because of the edge between the piston and the crankpin, compression forces as the piston moves downwards, and tensile forces as the piston moves upwards.
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