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Active Control for Body Vibration of F.W.D. Car
A Vehicle Vibration Control System by Active Control has been developed.
The experimental results using a 4-cylinder gasoline engine installed in a car showed that at the position of the driver's seat, the acceleration of the vibration was reduced by 16 dB.
This system operates stably and at low cost because of having a feedforward system, so many applications can be expected in the near future as methods for vehicle vibration reduction.
Hagino, Y., Furuishi, Y., Makigawa, Y., Kumagai, N. et al., "Active Control for Body Vibration of F.W.D. Car," SAE Technical Paper 860552, 1986,
Yukihiko Hagino, Yoshiro Furuishi, Yasuyuki Makigawa, Naotake Kumagai, Makoto Yoshikawa
Mitsubishi Electric Corp., Mitsubishi Motors Corp.
SAE International Congress and Exposition
SAE Transactions 1986-V95-86
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