Loads Reduction on PWT Mounts System Applying “Frequency Sweep Virtual Analysis” to Identify Resonance Mode 2015-36-0451
This Paper presents the “Frequency Sweep Virtual Analysis” as a tool to help to define the best powertrain mount concept in order to identify the resonance mode frequency on Powertrain System. Applying this method, we can identify proposals to reduce loads in the Powertrain system due the resonance mode and consequently minimize possibility of exceeding material strength.
The “Frequency Sweep Virtual Analysis” drives the powertrain mounts design to avoid running many Road Load Data Acquisitions (RLDA) in a trial-and-error process (Cost reduction and timing savings).
Citation: Barbetti, M., Sibuya, A., Martelli, H., and Amparo, J., "Loads Reduction on PWT Mounts System Applying “Frequency Sweep Virtual Analysis” to Identify Resonance Mode," SAE Technical Paper 2015-36-0451, 2015, https://doi.org/10.4271/2015-36-0451. Download Citation
Marcos Rogério Sanches Barbetti, Aureo Jum Sibuya, Henrique Martelli, João Fernando M. Amparo
General Motors do Brasil
24th SAE Brasil International Congress and Display