On implementation of Adaptive Hydraulic mounts 870634
RESULTS OF AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY on the implementation of adaptive hydraulic mounts are presented. The objective of the study is to evaluate the effectiveness of adaptive hydraulic mounts in reducing frame vibrations to increase passenger comfort. The experimental study is conducted on a rear-wheel drive truck equipped with an in-line four cylinder engine. Details of experimental equipment, hardware implementation, and control design are reviewed. Experimental results are presented and discussed.
Peter I. Graf, Rahmat Shoureshi, R. W. Stevens, T. L. Houston
Ray W. Herrick Labs School of Mechanical Engineering Purdue Univ. West Lafayette, IN, Ford Motor Co. Light Truck Group Dearborn, MI, Cooper Industrial Products Cooper Tire and Rubber Co. Auburn, IN