Hybrid Electric Vehicle Vibration, Noise, and Control

This chapter introduces the basics of vibration and noise, and addresses the unique vibration and noise characteristics and issues associated with electric powertrains, drivelines, and vehicle vibrations

2017

Scholarcy highlights

  • This chapter introduces the basics of vibration and noise, and addresses the unique vibration and noise characteristics and issues associated with electric powertrains, drivelines, and vehicle vibrations
  • In engineering noise and vibration control, understanding how sound waves are transmitted through panels is essential, and an associated measured quantity is the sound transmission loss through a panel
  • Vibration relates to oscillatory motion in fluids, vibration deals with oscillatory motion in solids
  • Hysteretic damping is most relevant to engineering noise and vibration control
  • The chapter discusses some unique vehicle NVH challenges inherent in the operation of hybrid electric vehicles and addresses the unique NVH characteristics and associated control techniques

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