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Automotive Tire Noise and Vibrations

  • ID: 4991089
  • Book
  • August 2020
  • Region: Global
  • 400 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Automotive Tire Noise and Vibrations: Analysis, Measurement and Simulation presents the latest generation mechanisms of tire/road noise. The book focuses not only on tire/road noise issues from the tire/road structures, materials and dynamics, but also from a whole vehicle system. The analyses cover finite element modeling, mathematical simulations and experimental tests, including works done to mitigate noise. This book provides a summary of tire noise and vibration research, with a focus on new simulation and measurement techniques.

  • Covers new measurements techniques and simulation strategies that are critical in accurately assessing tire noise and vibration
  • Provides recent simulation progress and findings of CAE on analysis of generation mechanisms of the tire/road noise
  • Features a Statistical Energy Analysis (SEA) and model of a multilayer trim to enhance the sound absorption of tire/road noise
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1. Background Introduction 2. Tire/Road Noise Separation: Tread Pattern Noise and Road Texture Noise 3. Influence of Tread Pattern on Tire/Road Noise 4. Influence of Road Texture on Tire/Road Noise 5. Measurement Methods of Tire/Road Noise 6. Generation mechanism of Tire/Road Noise 7. Suspension Vibration and Transfer Path Analysis 8. Structure-Borne Vibration of Tire 9. Structural-Acoustic Analysis of Tire-Cavity System 10. CAE findings on the physics of Tire/Road Noise 11. Tire/Road Noise Mitigation Using Acoustic Absorbent Materials 12. Statistical Energy Analysis of Tire/Road Noise 13. Pass-by Noise: Regulation and Measurement 14. Pass-by Noise: Simulation and Analysis 15. Summary and Future Scope

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Wang, Xu
Xu Wang is Associate Professor in the School of Aerospace, Mechanical and Manufacture Engineering at RMIT University, Australia. He is also a Fellow of SAE, IEAust, CPEng.
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