Analysis of Torsional Stiffness Share Rate of Truck Frame

Paper #:
  • 912676

Published:
  • 1991-11-01
Citation:
Ao, K., Niiyama, J., Matsui, T., Hara, K. et al., "Analysis of Torsional Stiffness Share Rate of Truck Frame," SAE Technical Paper 912676, 1991, https://doi.org/10.4271/912676.
Pages:
12
Abstract:
In order to design a well-balanced truck frame, optimization of not only the stiffness of the entire body and stress of each member, but also the internal force of each member is necessary, including the effect of a rear body mounted on the frame. This paper proposes a new parameter, “torsional stiffness share rate,” that directly correlates the contribution of member torsional stiffness to frame torsional stiffness with the internal force of the members as to torsion of the truck frame. The merits of the torsional stiffness share rate are shown in comparison with the strain energy share rate and the stiffness contribution rate. The results of experimental and FEM analyses of the torsional stiffness share rate are also presented.
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