Efficient in-plane tire mode identification by radial-tangential eigenvector compounding
journal contributionposted on 2017-06-14, 09:46 authored by Vasileios Tsinias, Georgios MavrosGeorgios Mavros
Tire modal testing is frequently used for validation of numerical tire models and identification of structural tire model parameters. Most studies focus primarily on in-plane dynamic tire behavior and adopt the approach of the fixed boundary condition at the wheel center. Here, an identification method of in-plane tire dynamics was developed for the case of a free tire-rim combination. This particular case is important when the aim is to construct a full tire model, capable of predicting ride and noise, vibration, and harshness involving the whole vehicle, all from modal testing. Key attributes of the proposed approach include ease of implementation and efficient processing of measurements. For each type of excitation, i.e., radial and tangential, both radial and tangential responses were recorded. Compounding of the corresponding radial/tangential eigenvectors, which, in the context of the present work, refers to expressing the motion of the tire belt as a combination of the radial and tangential responses, results in smooth mode shapes that were found to agree with those published in other analytical and experimental studies.
- Aeronautical, Automotive, Chemical and Materials Engineering
- Aeronautical and Automotive Engineering
Published inTire Science and Technology
Pages71 - 84
CitationTSINIAS, V. and MAVROS, G., 2015. Efficient in-plane tire mode identification by radial-tangential eigenvector compounding. Tire Science and Technology, 43 (1), pp. 71 - 84
PublisherPublished by The Tire Society and Allen Press Publishing Services. Copyright © The Tire Society
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NotesThis is the submitted version of a paper published in the Tire Science and Technology journal. Originally presented as a conference paper at the 32nd Tire Science and Technology Conference.