Modelling Techniques for Noise and Vibration Control of the Body and Chassis

Paper #:
  • 2017-01-1855

Published:
  • 2017-06-05
DOI:
  • 10.4271/2017-01-1855
Citation:
Routaray, R., "Modelling Techniques for Noise and Vibration Control of the Body and Chassis," SAE Technical Paper 2017-01-1855, 2017.
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12
Abstract:
The basic function of a motorcycle frame is somewhat similar to that of the skeleton in the human body, i.e. to hold together the different parts in one rigid structure.One of the major benefits (for a motorcycle enthusiast) of using an advanced frame design lies in the sporty handling characteristics of the bike. A well designed frame can add to the joy of riding a motorcycle as the bike would feel more stable, effortless, and confident around corners, in straight lines and while braking.A well approved modeling [2] techniques or adequate guide line principles have to be followed while designing the body and chassis in order to achieve the vibration within control.This paper depicts a methodological right approach (guide lines) while designing the body and chassis of a two wheeler in order to control noise and vibration of the body and chassis.
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