Design of Windshield Wiper with Integrated Nozzle Using 3D-Printing Technology

Authors

  • Jaykumar Gajera Department of Automobile Engineering, Uka Tarsadia University, Surat, India
  • Uttam Khunt Department of Automobile Engineering, Uka Tarsadia University, Surat, India
  • Parthkumar Rudani Department of Automobile Engineering, Uka Tarsadia University, Surat, India

Keywords:

Arm, 3D-printing, Nozzle, Windshield wiper, Wiper blade

Abstract

Having properly working windshield wipers is one of the most overlooked features of being safe while driving. Whether it’s dealing with poor weather conditions or other obstructions, efficient windshield wipers are key to having the clearest view while driving. It features wiper blades with holes that produce a highly precise spray of washer fluid directly in front of the moving wipers. The system helps eliminate the brief, vision-blocking spray across the full windshield that happens with most vehicles. Washer and wiper are combined into the blade to replace conventional spray nozzles. A duct system will take washer fluid directly to the wiper blade, where the wiper fluid is sprayed out from many small holes. The fluid will be precisely ejected to the front of the wipers and onto the windshield and the wiper blade at the same time will sweep across the surface to in either direction. This aim of work is described in this research paper, design and manufacture windshield wiper using 3D-printing which can be installed in conventional vehicle to maintained clear view during the windshield cleaning process.

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Published

2021-05-05

How to Cite

[1]
J. Gajera, U. Khunt, and P. Rudani, “Design of Windshield Wiper with Integrated Nozzle Using 3D-Printing Technology”, IJRESM, vol. 4, no. 4, pp. 177–181, May 2021.

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