Apr 23, 2012
Mechanical Project on Regenerative Shock Absorber
This is a good Mechanical engineering seminar report on Regenerative shock absorber. A regenerative shock absorber is a type of shock absorber that converts parasitic intermittent linear motion and vibration into useful energy, such as electricity. Conventional shock absorbers simply dissipate this energy as heat. It consists of a series of coaxial cylinders mounted on a lead screw. Between the outermost set of cylinders are two sets of spiro-helical springs which coil and uncoil alternately as the setup slides up and down along the lead screw and thus rotate the outermost cylinders. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such projects and seminar.
A sectional view of the shock absorber is shown in the figure above. This report includes the working of Regenerative shock absorber, mechanical design etc. Use this as your reference for study and project building for final year.