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SL.No. System/Component Description Acceptance Criteria Resp. CAD/CAE ExperimentaI Test
Resource
SampIe
LvI / Qty
Start Dt. Finish Dt.
1 Suspension Jounce & Bounce The car must be equipped with a fully operational suspension
(Ìndependent) system with shock absorbers at both front and
rear, with total usable wheel travel of at least 50.8 mm (2
inches) {i.e. 25.4 mm (1 inch) for jounce and 25.4 mm (1 inch)
for rebound}, with driver seated and weight of driver must be
70kg. The car must be travelling at a speed of 60km/hr while
going on a bump.
Sandesh &
Devaraj
Adams Linear potentiometer and data
aquisition system
10 3/1/2011 3/2/2011
2 Steering Steering play The steering system must be able to control (simultaneously) at
least two (2) wheels. Allowable total steering system free play
(inclusive of play in all the steering linkages) is limited to 7
degrees, measured at the steering wheel.This test is conducted
while the vehicle is in static condition.The slight rotation by the
driver has to be given at the steering wheel.
Prakash Adams Dial Gauge 10 3/1/2011 3/1/2011
3 Frame Torsional Stiffness Minimum torsional rigidity will be validated for 4000N-m/deg.
This is without other hard points considered.Ìf we consider
engine mountings the torsional stiffness must be atleast 5000N-
m/deg.
Mahantesh Nastran Test rig 10 3/1/2011 3/15/2011
Modal Analysis Frequency response function Mahantesh Nastran NVH Lab 10 3/16/2011 3/31/2011
Side Ìmpact Test This test is conducted at a 5g force on the side impact
members without body or an impact attenuator at which the
side members must not deform and protrude into the drivers
cockpit.
Mahantesh
/Shashikanth
LS Dyna Test rig 1 4/1/2011 4/10/2011
4 Ìmpact Attenuator Front Ìmpact Test The Ìmpact Attenuator must be:
a. Ìnstalled forward of the Front Bulkhead.
b. At least 200 mm (7.8 in) long, with its length oriented along
the fore/aft axis of the Frame.
c. At least 100 mm (3.9 in) high and 200 mm (7.8 in) wide for a
minimum distance of 200 mm (7.8 in) forward of the Front
Bulkhead.Ìmpact Attenuator, when mounted on the front of a
vehicle with a total mass of 300 kgs (661 lbs) and run into a
solid, non-yielding impact barrier with a velocity of impact of 7.0
metres/second (23.0 ft/sec), would give an average deceleration
of the vehicle not to exceed 20 g. The
energy absorbed must be such that the attenuator structure
deforms uniformly and must not protrude into the bulk head.
Shashikanth &
Diksith
LS Dyna Test rig 1 3/1/2011 3/31/2011
5 Body Aerodynamic Test The drag must not be more than 0.3 for a scaled down model Vishwanath/As
hish
Gambit &
Fluent
Windtunnel Test setup 5 3/1/2011 3/31/2011
Fire Wall The temperature must not exceed more than 40ºC aL Lhe flrewall
barrler
Devaraj Ansys Thermocouple 10 12/1/2010 12/15/2010
6 Exhaust Back Pressure When the exhaust gas is made to flow through catalytic
convertor,muffler and all the bends in the tail pipe such that the
there should be 90% flow of gases with only 10%back
pressure created.
Venkatesh/
Ravi
Gambit &
Fluent
Mass flow rate sensor and
data acquisition
10 12/1/2010 1/31/2011
Noise Level a)The maximum permitted sound level is 110 dBA, fast
weighting.
b)The test site a section of level road(more than 3m wide)in an
open area of minimum radius 50m,is constructed in accordance
with ÌSO10844.
c)The road widens at one point to make a 20m by 20m test
areaof special road surface.
d)One microphone position is marked on each side of the road
7.5m from the centre point of the test area.and the height of
1.2m.
e)A type 1 sound level meter is placed at one of the microphone
position. f)The
test vehicle approaches a test area at a speed of 50kmph in
both 2nd and 3rd gear. g)When
the front of thee vehicle 20m long test area the driver depresses
Venkatesh/
Ravi
LMS Virtual
Lab
Pass by noise Homologation
test setup
10 3/1/2011 1/7/2011
Thermal Analysis The maximum temperature at the surface of the tail pipe
measured at different points must not exceed 150ºC
Ravi/Mohan Ansys Thermocouple 10 2/1/2011 3/1/2011
7 Ìntake System Restrictor 20mm dia which gives best volumetric efficiency Vishwanath/As
hish
Ansys Mass flow rate sensor and
data acquisition
10 12/1/2010 12/15/2010
8 Vehicle Roll Over Stability The vehicle must not roll when tilted at an angle of 60 degrees
(60°) to the horizontal in either direction, corresponding to 1.7
G's. The tilt test will be conducted with the tallest driver in the
normal driving position.
Mukthi/
Prakash
ÌPG
Carmaker/Ada
ms
A 60 degree inclined structure
is created and the vehicle is
made to move over this
structure
3 4/1/2011 4/7/2011
Vehicle Center of gravity The CG heght must be not exceed 350mm. The front wheels
are lifted to 30 degrees from the ground and the reaction load is
calculated.The driver weighing 70kg has to seated during this
test
Dikshit/Gokul CATÌA-V5 Load sensors on the 4post
test rig is used to measure
reaction forces
5 4/1/2011 4/3/2011
Vehicle Skid Pad test Skid-Pad Layout
There will be two (2) pairs of concentric circles in a figure of
eight pattern. The centers of these circles will be 18.25 m
(59.88 feet) apart. The inner circles will be 15.25 m (50.03 feet)
in diameter, and the outer circles will be 21.25 m ( 69.72 feet)
in diameter. The driving path will be the 3.0 m (9.84 feet) path
between the inner and outer circles. The cars will enter and exit
through gates on a 3.0 m wide path that is tangential to the
circles where they meet. The line between the centers of the
circles defines the start/stop line. A lap is defined as traveling
around one (1) of the circles from the start/stop line and
returning to the start/stop line.
Devaraj Adams Track setup as per sae rule 10 4/1/2011 4/3/2011
Vehicle Acceleration Test The minimum acceptable lateral acceleration to earn
÷performanceȉ points is 0.90 G's corresponding to 6.184
seconds per circle.Lateral acceleration (typically referred to as
G's) is computed from 2.012 diameter/t². A diameter of 17.10 m
will be assumed in computing lateral G's.
Gururaj Adams Track setup as per sae rule 10 4/1/2011 4/7/2011
Vehicle Endurance Test Endurance Course Specifications & Speeds Course speeds can
be estimated by the following course specifications. Average
speed should be 48 km/hr (29.8 mph) to 57 km/hr (35.4 mph)
with top speeds of approximately 105 km/hr (65.2 mph).
Constant Turns:
30.0 m (98.4 feet) to 54.0 m (177.2 feet) diameter.
Hairpin Turns:
Minimum of 9.0 m (29.5 feet) outside diameter (of the turn).
Slaloms:
Cones in a straight line with 9.0 m (29.5 feet) to 15.0 m (49.2
feet) Spacing.
Miscellaneous: Chicanes, multiple turns, decreasing radius
turns, etc.
The Minimum track width will be 4.5 m (14.76 feet).
Endurance Vehicle Starting/ Restarting
The vehicle must be capable of starting / restarting without
external assistance at all times once the vehicle has begun the
heat. Ìf a vehicle stalls out on the track, it will be allowed one (1)
lap by the car that is following it (approximately one (1) minute)
to restart. Ìf a vehicle has a restart problem at the end of Driver
Change, it will be allowed a further two (2) minutes to restart
the engine.
Gururaj/Mukthi
/Prakash
Adams Track setup as per sae rule 10 4/1/2011 4/7/2011
DESIGN VALIDATION PLAN
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SL.No. System/Component Description Acceptance Criteria Resp. CAD/CAE ExperimentaI Test
Resource
SampIe
LvI / Qty
Start Dt. Finish Dt.
Vehicle Stopping Distance The brake system will be dynamically tested and must be able
to demonstrate the capability of locking of all four (4) wheels
and stopping the vehicle in a straight line at the end of
deceleration. The vehicle must stop at one and half distance of
the overall length of the car when driven at a speed of 40 Kmph
.
Vinod Adams Two lines are drawn 3.3 m
appart Vehicle is braked at
first line while travelling @
40kmph
10 3/3/2011 3/3/2011
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Remarks Report Nos.
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BD01
EX01
EX02
EX03
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VEH02
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