Browse Publications Technical Papers 2004-01-1536
2004-03-08

Mount Rate Robust Optimization for Idle Shake Performance 2004-01-1536

Analytical study of vehicle idle shake performance is standard NVH work within the vehicle development process. Robust design for idle shake performance takes variations into account besides nominal design based performance evaluation. In other words, in addition to the nominal design, Robust Design includes additional evaluations that may incorporate variation due to manufacturing, usage or the environment.
This paper presents an example of how to obtain a robust design through performing Robust Optimization on idle shake performance with respect to powertrain mount rates and their tolerance variation. The paper describes a two-phase process that has been systematically implemented to analytically obtain a robust design. In the first phase, performance variation assessment is conducted. Then a Robust Optimization is performed to obtain a robust design. The goal is not only to move the performance onto target, but also to desensitize the system performance to the noises and the anticipated variations (e.g. mount rate variation).

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