High Speed Vibration and Customer Acceptance 730220
Vibrations encountered in motor vehicles operated at speeds in excess of 60 mph are discussed in terms of source analysis, component response, and vehicle sensitivity relative to customer acceptance standards.
Two actual case histories are used to illustrate the utility of component order alignment charts, the effectiveness of component response control and the use of sensitivity charts for comparative analysis of subjective data.
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