Research on Vibration of Motor Vehicle Front Wheels 830893
The common feature of forced and self-excited vibrations encountered in motor vehicle front wheels lies in the fact that a certain amount of energy is fed back via tire-road interaction from the engine to front axle steering system, which may result in the presence of negative damping as in self-excited vibration.
This paper presents two mathematical models for vibration analysis namly, an eighth order mathematical model of the front-axle steering system and a composite mathematical model comprising both front-axle steering system and the whole suspended structure with it's own modal parameters. The theory and method presented in this paper are in accord with actual tests on certain vehicles.
2nd International Pacific Conference on Automotive Engineering
Motor Vehicle Technology--Progress and Harmony-P-139