Predicting the movement of an engine supported by an elastic suspension during a transient phenomenon
Keywords:Automobile suspensions, Curve fitting, Damping, Differential equations, Equations of motion, Machine vibrations, Springs (components), Time domain analysis, Viscoelasticity, Elastic suspensions, Mass-spring-damper systems, Voigt models
AbstractAn experimental approach is presented to predict the movement of an engine supported by an elastic suspension during a transient phenomenon. An experimental approach to determine the nonlinear dynamic properties of a suspension is developed. An equation of motion is elaborated using the experimental properties of the suspension.
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