Vibration in Automobile Engines
Published January 1, 1928 by SAE International in United States
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In this article the author presents analytical methods for determining the unbalanced inertia force and the tangential effort in a line engine. These methods are thought to be of interest for investigation of the effects of various engine design-features on its vibration characteristics.
An equation for the resultant reciprocating force is set forth and methods of expressing the inertia and fluid-pressure torque are given. The determination of minimum and maximum resultants and the balance of inertia and fluid-pressure torques are other topics dealt with. The results of a series of analyses are incorporated in tabular form.
CitationHUEBOTTER, H., "Vibration in Automobile Engines," SAE Technical Paper 280048, 1928, https://doi.org/10.4271/280048.
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