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seyedalian S J A, mahjob moghadas S. Theoretical, Analytical and Experimental Analysis Of Torsional Vibration On the Vehicle Crankshaft. Modares Mechanical Engineering 2013; 12 (5) :102-111
URL: http://mme.modares.ac.ir/article-15-6996-en.html
1- Azad university
2- Assistant Professor- Imam Hosein University
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Automotive crankshafts are subjected to fluctuating torques due to periodic strokes in the cylinder. The gas-forces and inertial-forces due to the reciprocating masses will contribute to the excitation forces on the crankshaft system. The forces cause alternative torque on the crankshaft and cause vibration on the motor which cause noise and shake in the vehicle. Therefore, it’s necessary that was determined crankshaft dynamic behaviour. Although most physical structures are continuous, their behaviour can usually be represented by a discrete parameter model. In this paper, torsional vibration was determined with theoretical, analytical and experimental analysis on the Peugeot and Renault vehicle. For Solution of theoretical analysis, was used of B.I.C.E.R.A formula [1] and natural frequency for analytical analysis obtained with ANSYS software. Then, theoretical and analytical procedure compared with the experimental model, to obtain optimization model and with the best model, influence of torsional vibration was determined on the engine speed.
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Article Type: Research Article | Subject: Solar Energy & Radiation
Received: 2012/01/8 | Accepted: 2012/06/25 | Published: 2012/11/18

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