Design Analysis of Automatic Pneumatic Bumpers for 4-Wheelers Subjected To Dynamic Analysis

Duguta Rajashekar, Pedamuthevi Vijayanand

Abstract


The technology of pneumatics plays a major role in the field of automation and modern machine shops and space robots.. The aim is to design and develop a control system based intelligent electronically controlled automotive bumper activation and automatic braking system is called Automatic Pneumatic Bumper and Break Actuation before Collision. This project consists of IR transmitter and Receiver circuit, Control Unit, Pneumatic bumper system and pneumatic braking system. The IR sensor senses the obstacle. There is any obstacle closer to the vehicle (within 3-4 feet), the control signal is given to the bumper activation system and also pneumatic braking system simultaneously. The pneumatic bumper and braking system is used to product the man and vehicle. This bumper and braking activation system is only activated the vehicle speed above 30-40 km per hour. This vehicle speed is sensed by the proximity sensor and this signal is given to the control unit and pneumatic bumper and braking activation system.


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