Design and Analysis of 360 Degree Turning Vehicle
The design and manufacture of a 360-degree DC motor and a steering wheel vehicle are designed to reduce the rotation time from one direction to the other. This vehicle can be moved in all directions in the same position by the steering, the pinion, the DC motor, the bearings and the chain drive. The main function of this vehicle is to move easily from one direction to another. The modern development and economic progress of the Indian society have led to an increase of people on the platform, the increase of the vehicle on the road, due to the lack of space, in the hospital is a big problem in the country. The purpose of this study is the development of a system to reduce the radius of the vehicle. In this system, the first vehicle stops and the wheels are turned in the required direction through the driving system and the DC motor. It has a turning radius equal to almost the length of the vehicle itself. This vehicle was used to transport goods in various areas, such as the platform, hospital, industry and market.
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