Vehicle Noise and Vibration

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The acoustic and vibration characteristics of vehicles remain vitally important factors to market success. Failure to meet customer expectations can seriously affect sales and ultimately company survival. Achieving appropriate quality and affordable costs is the engineering task that this volume addresses.
 

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Contents

C6050012002 Contact analysis of the disc brake by finite element methods
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C6050072002 Drum brake squeal prediction using a parametric finite
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C6030192002 Vibroacoustic and structural dynamics analysis
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C6050212002 Graphical representation of disc brakes generating
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C6050332002 Vibration measurement using ESPI
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C6050272002 Frictional instability of systems with a sliding point contact
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C6050302002 Brake damper selection via model analysis and acoustical
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C6050062002 Exhaust system optimization for drive by noise
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C6050022002 Driveline system noise vibration and harshness optimization
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C6050032002 Road noise transfer path analysis with time domain
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C6050042002 Sound quality in hybrid vehicles
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C6050082002 The reduction of noise arising from the radiator cooling
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C6050242002 The experimental assessment of flowgenerated noise
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C6050172002 A review of phenomena and associated experimental
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C6050092002 Assessment of the noise radiation from engine covers
215
C6050202002 Engine internal dynamic force identification and
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Virtual Prototype NVH Engineering Best Practice and Challenges
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C6050222002 Supporting the virtual NVH process with virtual
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Driveline
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PEP - Professional Engineering Publishers - is the author of Vehicle Noise and Vibration, published by Wiley.

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