1984-02-01

Dynamic-Shock-Absorber-Effect of Engine Mounting System on the Power-Train Vibration 840255

In this paper, a method which uses the engine mounting system to suppress vibration in the power train is examined. The vibration in the power train can be reduced by tuning the engine mounting system. It has been seen through the results of this analysis that vibration can be reduced by an effect, different from dynamic damper effect, which is known in this paper as the “dynamic shock absorber effect”.
Comparing it with the dynamic damper effect, this paper explains the dynamic shock absorber and gives examples of its application in enhancing driveability and reducing clutch judder vibration.

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