The Use of Statistical Energy Analysis Modeling in the Design of Quiet Earthmoving and Construction Vehicles 931187
The design of quiet earthmoving and construction vehicles requires that new prediction procedures be developed which can evaluate alternate designs in the early stages of development. This paper focuses on the use of Statistical Energy Analysis (SEA) Modeling for this purpose. The paper discusses modeling procedures, practical issues, such as, model turnaround time for evaluation of design changes, and the combined use of SEA with other finite element and measurement techniques.
Citation: Manning, J. and Weissman, K., "The Use of Statistical Energy Analysis Modeling in the Design of Quiet Earthmoving and Construction Vehicles," SAE Technical Paper 931187, 1993, https://doi.org/10.4271/931187. Download Citation
Jerome E. Manning, Karen Weissman
Cambridge Collaborative, Inc.
Earthmoving Industry Conference & Exposition