1965-02-01

Power and Cross Spectral Analysis of an Automobile Engine Mounting 650018

A simple and easy calculation may be performed, using a three-mass vibration system model, to study the influence of an engine mounting on automobile vertical vibration. The advantage of an engine mounting of high damping rubber is confirmed by this calculation, and is further verified by using power and cross spectral analysis of an automobile random vibration. The validity of the three-mass vibration system is shown.

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