Lecture-01-07-08 - MECH 668 Vehicle Noise, Vibration and...

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MECH 668 Vehicle Noise, Vibration and Harshness (NVH) Instructor : Prof. Teik C. Lim Teaching Assistant : Pravin Sondkar Winter 2008
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2 Instructor’s background ± B.Sc. Mechanical Engineering (system dynamics), Michigan Tech, 1983 ± M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering, Univ of Missouri-Rolla, 1986 9 Dynamics of Systems with Rotating Pendulums as Vibration Absorbers ± Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering, Ohio State University, 1989 9 Vibration Transmission Through Rolling Element Bearings in Geared Rotor Systems ± 7 years with Structural Dynamics Research Corporation (SDRC) as a automotive NVH consultant ± Been a faculty at OSU (2 years), Univ of Alabama (4 years) and UC (6 years) ± Specialization : 9 Design and dynamics of precision machine elements 9 Structural vibrations and acoustics 9 Active noise and vibration control 9 9 Product sound quality design, analysis & testing
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3 What sells cars? ± Styling ± Price ± Brand ± Performance 9 Fuel economy 9 Acceleration 9 Handling 9 NVH 9 Noise, Vibration, Harshness
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4 Definitions ± Noise (acoustics) – unpleasant or unexpected sound created by vibrating structures or fluids (theoretical audible frequency range for human is 20-20,000Hz) ± Vibration – objectionable repetitive motion, frequency range of
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