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Automotive Vibration Control Technology

Automotive Vibration Control Technology cover
E-ISBN 9783834362049
Verlag Vogel Business Media
Erscheinungstermin 01.10.2015
Seiten 460
Autor/en TrelleborgVibracoustic
Seitenpreis pro Teilnehmer Basic: 1.64 Cent / Comfort: 3.29 Cent

Kapitel

BEGINN PDF 1‑3
Titel PDF 3‑4
(Buch iii-iv)
Copyright PDF 4‑5
(Buch iv-v)
Foreword PDF 5‑7
(Buch v-vii)
Table of Contents PDF 7‑17
(Buch vii-1)
Part 1 Fundamentals PDF 17‑17
(Buch 1-1)
1. Vibration Control Technology for the Automotive Industry PDF 17‑17
(Buch 1-1)
1.1 Fundamentals and requirements of vibration control technology
PDF 17‑17
(Buch 1-1)
1.2 Vibration control technology in automotive engineering
PDF 17‑21
(Buch 1-5)
2. Isolation, Damping, and Absorption PDF 21‑21
(Buch 5-5)
2.1 A material becomes predictable
PDF 21‑22
(Buch 5-6)
2.2 The principles of vibration isolation
PDF 22‑25
(Buch 6-9)
2.3 Four-pole theory: an approach to describing the isolation of high frequencies
PDF 25‑34
(Buch 9-18)
2.4 Effects of damping and friction on isolation
PDF 34‑43
(Buch 18-27)
2.5 Vibration absorption
PDF 43‑45
(Buch 27-29)
3. Vibration Control Materials PDF 45‑45
(Buch 29-29)
3.1 Introduction
PDF 45‑45
(Buch 29-29)
3.2 Elastomers – an extraordinary class of materials
PDF 45‑46
(Buch 29-30)
3.3 Base polymer – or crude rubber (caoutchouc)
PDF 46‑48
(Buch 30-32)
3.4 Elastomeric materials – overview of typical material properties
PDF 48‑53
(Buch 32-37)
3.5 Natural rubber – discovery and history, properties and application
PDF 53‑70
(Buch 37-54)
3.6 Compounding and vulcanization
PDF 70‑78
(Buch 54-62)
3.7 Molding and vulcanization
PDF 78‑81
(Buch 62-65)
3.8 Elastomers for vibration control – an overview
PDF 81‑86
(Buch 65-70)
3.9 Component groups – engineered materials
PDF 86‑102
(Buch 70-86)
3.10 Bonding technology
PDF 102‑133
(Buch 86-117)
4. From System Knowledge to a Better Component PDF 133‑133
(Buch 117-117)
4.1 From system description to component specification
PDF 133‑134
(Buch 117-118)
4.2 From specification to component design
PDF 134‑140
(Buch 118-124)
4.3 Component design
PDF 140‑147
(Buch 124-131)
5. Component Production PDF 147‑147
(Buch 131-131)
5.1 The single-loop development approach
PDF 147‑149
(Buch 131-133)
5.2 From component drawing to sample product
PDF 149‑153
(Buch 133-137)
6. Testing in the “Single-Loop” Era PDF 153‑153
(Buch 137-137)
6.1 Fatigue strength testing – history and motivation
PDF 153‑154
(Buch 137-138)
6.2 Fatigue strength of elastomeric mounts
PDF 154‑155
(Buch 138-139)
6.3 Virtual endurance test
PDF 155‑159
(Buch 139-143)
6.4 Statistical basis
PDF 159‑164
(Buch 143-148)
6.5 Reducing test duration by omission
PDF 164‑170
(Buch 148-154)
6.6 Assessment of temperature effect
PDF 170‑171
(Buch 154-155)
6.7 Conclusion
PDF 171‑173
(Buch 155-157)
Part 2 Applications PDF 173‑173
(Buch 157-157)
7. Engine and Transmission Mounts PDF 173‑173
(Buch 157-157)
7.1 Mounting systems
PDF 173‑196
(Buch 157-180)
7.2 Basic principles of mounting systems
PDF 196‑206
(Buch 180-190)
7.3 Elastomeric compounds for engine and transmission mounts
PDF 206‑212
(Buch 190-196)
7.4 Elastomeric mounts
PDF 212‑226
(Buch 196-210)
7.5 Conflicting objectives of elastomeric mount elements
PDF 226‑228
(Buch 210-212)
7.6 Engine and transmission mounts with hydraulic damping
PDF 228‑254
(Buch 212-238)
7.7 Hydrobushings
PDF 254‑257
(Buch 238-241)
7.8 Air-damped mounts
PDF 257‑267
(Buch 241-251)
7.9 Switchable engine mounts
PDF 267‑276
(Buch 251-260)
7.10 Active Vibration Control
PDF 276‑285
(Buch 260-269)
7.11 Responses to market requirements
PDF 285‑304
(Buch 269-288)
7.12 Summary
PDF 304‑305
(Buch 288-289)
7.13 Guiding principles for engine and transmission mount design
PDF 305‑307
(Buch 289-291)
8. Chassis Mounts PDF 307‑307
(Buch 291-291)
8.1 Ride comfort or driving safety
PDF 307‑311
(Buch 291-295)
8.2 Rubber-metal suspension components
PDF 311‑323
(Buch 295-307)
9. Rubber-to-Metal Mounts for CommercialVehicles PDF 323‑323
(Buch 307-307)
9.1 Engine mounts for medium and heavy trucks
PDF 323‑328
(Buch 307-312)
9.2 Chassis mounts
PDF 328‑331
(Buch 312-315)
9.3 Cab mounts
PDF 331‑333
(Buch 315-317)
9.4 Special mounts
PDF 333‑337
(Buch 317-321)
10. Air Springs PDF 337‑337
(Buch 321-321)
10.1 The use of air springs in vehicle technology
PDF 337‑348
(Buch 321-332)
10.2 Function and physical principles of air springs
PDF 348‑354
(Buch 332-338)
10.3 Design and characteristics of air spring bellows
PDF 354‑361
(Buch 338-345)
10.4 Configuration and design of air springs
PDF 361‑369
(Buch 345-353)
10.5 Production of air springs
PDF 369‑370
(Buch 353-354)
10.6 Reinforcing layers
PDF 370‑372
(Buch 354-356)
10.7 Responses to specific market requirements
PDF 372‑375
(Buch 356-359)
11. Torsional Vibration Dampers PDF 375‑375
(Buch 359-359)
11.1 Cranktrain
PDF 375‑389
(Buch 359-373)
11.2 Damper isolator pulleys for auxiliary devices
PDF 389‑399
(Buch 373-383)
12. Absorbers PDF 399‑399
(Buch 383-383)
12.1 Linear absorbers
PDF 399‑411
(Buch 383-395)
12.2 Rotational vibration absorbers
PDF 411‑415
(Buch 395-399)
12.3 Driveshaft mounting, centering, and torque transmission components
PDF 415‑421
(Buch 399-405)
13. Fundamentals of Polyurethane (PUR) as a Springing and Damping Material PDF 421‑421
(Buch 405-405)
13.1 Introduction
PDF 421‑422
(Buch 405-406)
13.2 Basic chemistry
PDF 422‑425
(Buch 406-409)
13.3 Catalysts
PDF 425‑426
(Buch 409-410)
13.4 Comparison
PDF 426‑426
(Buch 410-410)
13.5 MCU elastomers in automotive applications
PDF 426‑427
(Buch 410-411)
14. Microcellular Polyurethane (MCU) PDF 427‑427
(Buch 411-411)
14.1 Principles of MCU applications
PDF 427‑430
(Buch 411-414)
14.2 Development examples of automotive components
PDF 430‑433
(Buch 414-417)
14.3 Component behavior prediction through FEA (Finite Element Analysis)
PDF 433‑436
(Buch 417-420)
14.4 Body mounts and suspension mounts
PDF 436‑437
(Buch 420-421)
14.5 Application examples for MCU
PDF 437‑440
(Buch 421-424)
14.6 Summary
PDF 440‑441
(Buch 424-425)
Appendix PDF 441‑441
(Buch 425-425)
Index of chapters and authors PDF 441‑442
(Buch 425-426)
Acronyms PDF 442‑444
(Buch 426-428)
References PDF 444‑447
(Buch 428-431)
Further reading PDF 447‑448
(Buch 431-432)
Illustration credits PDF 448‑449
(Buch 432-433)
Index PDF 449‑460
(Buch 433-460)