Browse Publications Technical Papers 2009-26-0046
2009-01-21

Steering Wheel Vibration Reduction for Agricultural Tractors 2009-26-0046

Over the past 20 years automobile quality and consumer perceptions and demands thereof, have been an increasing part of the vehicle engineering process. In automotive systems, System-induced Steering wheel vibration is a significant source of consumer annoyance.
When dealing with vibration related issues, the design and analysis plays a major role for determining the root cause for the problem. Once the problem is well defined, the solution for addressing the problem will be made simple.
In this paper, the author demonstrates the systematic approach in reducing the steering wheel vibration through Design for Six Sigma (DFSS).

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