1997-12-31

Improvement of Internal Noise Characteristics of a Vehicle with McPherson Suspension by Mass Addition to the Rod of the shock absorber 973062

In this paper, we analyze a McPherson vehicle suspension from the point of view of vibration transmission to the body.
We developed a simple linear mathematical model to study how the characteristics of the components of the suspension (spring, shock absorber and upper mounting) affect vibration's transmission.
Finally, we experimentally verified one of the adopted solutions to lower the level of vibrations and the level of interior noise of the vehicle.

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