1993-10-01

Finite Element Vibration Analysis Of Light Commercial Vehicles Driveshafts 931701

The purpose of this paper is to analyze, through the use of the Finite Elements Method, how the flexibility of components at the extremity (clutch housing, gear box, etc.) affects the critical speed of light trucks drivelines. If these flexibilities, are not considered, there will be obtained theoretical critical speeds that, in spite of being corrected by practical factors, are higher than the actual ones.

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