Desain Sepatu Antiselip untuk Roda Truk Colt Diesel di Jalan Berlumpur

Jurnal Teknik Mesin

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Title Desain Sepatu Antiselip untuk Roda Truk Colt Diesel di Jalan Berlumpur
Creator Wahyudi, Dani Tri
Khaerudini, Deni Shidqi
Description The rains will make a serious problem for the transportation sector in Indonesia, especially in areas that do not have permanent access roads (asphalt or concrete roads). Heavy vehicles such as oil palm trucks will go into the skid when crossing muddy dirt roads, and it makes an impact on the logistics delivery process. It is necessary for designing a support system, especially on the part of the wheel, to reduce the risk of skidding or rolling. Anti-slip shoe wheels of the colt diesel double (CDD) type truck is used on the rear-wheel-drive as a tool for handling slippage. Calculations and corrections are performed for maximum traction of the ground rolling resistance at ≥ 396 kg. Furthermore, the value of soil cohesion and soil shear angle was determined from the previous studies. In this study, a calculation simulation was carried out to obtain the design of the main components of an antislip wheel of a truck, which is in the form of a traction rod fin using steel UNP SNI 07-0052-2006 with a fin depth of 4.5 cm and a length of 20 cm. These dimensions are effective enough to increase the truck wheel traction of 8 tons when used to cross muddy roads with a maximum water content of 59.6% and a minimum cohesion value of land (C) of 0.108 kg/cm2
Publisher Politeknik Negeri Padang
Date 2020-07-06
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Format application/pdf
Source Jurnal Teknik Mesin; Vol 13 No 1 (2020): Jurnal Teknik Mesin; 6-12
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 Jurnal Teknik Mesin

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