Tyre vibration can be studied with several experimental and simulation techniques. An important goal for a tyre manufacturer is to “tune” the resonant frequency of the tyre subsystem to reduce the structure-borne noise in the car interior. In this paper, a novel measurement technique is applied to determine the operational tyre deflection shapes under different conditions; i.e. free condition, loaded condition, and rolling condition. The vibrational behaviour of a tyre is studied using a PU probe, which comprises a sound pressure and a particle velocity sensor, and a scanning technique. The relative phase information is obtained using a static reference sensor. The experimental data can be used to validate simulated mode-shapes and resonant frequencies.
|Title of host publication||Acoustics 2013 New Delhi : "technologies for a quieter India"|
|Editors||Dr. K.S. Krishnan|
|Place of Publication||New Delhi|
|Publication status||Published - 10 Nov 2013|
|Event||Acoustics 2013 New Dehli - New Dehli, India|
Duration: 10 Nov 2013 → 15 Nov 2013
|Conference||Acoustics 2013 New Dehli|
|Period||10/11/13 → 15/11/13|
Tijs, E., Makwana, B. K., Peksel, O., Amarnath, S. K. P., & Bekke, D. (2013). Operational modal analysis of a tyre using a PU probe based scanning technique. In Dr. K.S. Krishnan (Ed.), Acoustics 2013 New Delhi : "technologies for a quieter India" (pp. 1-6 (CDROM)). New Delhi: DK Agencies.