Experimental Method for Transposition of Dynamic Forces Generated by an Active Component from a Test Bench to a Vehicle: a New Standard 2016-01-1800
The control of sound fields radiated by vibrating structures in a passenger compartment, (especially structures connected to different organs like the engine powertrain, the fan motor unit, seats, the steering column, electrical motors more and more, etc.) is among the functions of the automotive manufacturers. The absence of physical prototypes in the development phase systems led OEMs1 to use tests results obtained on benches following technical specifications from manufacturers. The transition "bench to vehicle" for vibro- acoustic behaviour sets many challenges that this standard intends to clear up.
This standard specifies the experimental method to transpose the dynamic forces generated by the global movements of an active component between the vehicle and a test bench. The efforts are first measured on test benches and then transposed from test bench towards the vehicle.
The standard is now a French standard (XP R 19-701) and is submitted to ISO process .
Citation: Carniel, X. and Sanon, A., "Experimental Method for Transposition of Dynamic Forces Generated by an Active Component from a Test Bench to a Vehicle: a New Standard," SAE Technical Paper 2016-01-1800, 2016, https://doi.org/10.4271/2016-01-1800. Download Citation
Xavier Carniel, Anne Sanon
9th International Styrian Noise, Vibration & Harshness Congress: The European Automotive Noise Conference