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Namjoo M, Golbakhshi H. Shell Mesh Based FE Analysis for Free Vibration Analysis of Radial Pneumatic Tire. ASE 2014; 4 (3) :827-833
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The natural frequencies and mode shapes of pneumatic tires are predicted using a geometrically accurate, three-dimensional finite element modeling. Tire rubber materials and cord layers are represented independently using “shell element” available in COSMOS. The effects of some physical parameters such as the inflation pressure tread pattern, thickness of belts and ply angles to the natural frequencies of tires are investigated. By imposing equivalent centrifugal forces, the effect of translational speed on vibrating behavior of the tire is also studied in this work. Comparisons of numerical and experimental results are given to show the validity of the proposed model.
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