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Noise Reduction of the Differential Sleeve Bearing

Originální název

Noise Reduction of the Differential Sleeve Bearing

Anglický název

Noise Reduction of the Differential Sleeve Bearing

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This article describes a technique for noise reduction of the differential bearings. Noise is excited by the mechanical looseness of the system and by the vibrations of the engine. The mathematical model enables the optimization of the radial stiffness of the differential bearings. A test rig has been designed for the simulation of the phenomenon outside the vehicle. Analytical software has been created that is capable of classifying the types of noise from the measured data. The optimal solution is tested on the rig at the end, thus proving that the technique works.

Anglický abstrakt

This article describes a technique for noise reduction of the differential bearings. Noise is excited by the mechanical looseness of the system and by the vibrations of the engine. The mathematical model enables the optimization of the radial stiffness of the differential bearings. A test rig has been designed for the simulation of the phenomenon outside the vehicle. Analytical software has been created that is capable of classifying the types of noise from the measured data. The optimal solution is tested on the rig at the end, thus proving that the technique works.

BibTex


@article{BUT47742,
  author="Ivan {Mazůrek} and Milan {Klapka} and Jakub {Roupec}",
  title="Noise Reduction of the Differential Sleeve Bearing",
  annote="This article describes a technique for noise reduction of the differential bearings. Noise is excited by the mechanical looseness of the system and by the vibrations of the engine. The mathematical model enables the optimization of the radial stiffness of the differential bearings. A test rig has been designed for the simulation of the phenomenon outside the vehicle. Analytical software has been created that is capable of classifying the types of  noise from the measured data. The optimal solution is tested on the rig at the end, thus proving that the technique works.",
  address="Engineering Academy of the Czech Republic",
  chapter="47742",
  institution="Engineering Academy of the Czech Republic",
  journal="Engineering Mechanics",
  number="2",
  volume="16",
  year="2009",
  month="may",
  pages="93--102",
  publisher="Engineering Academy of the Czech Republic",
  type="journal article - other"
}