Issues in Commercial Vehicle Powertrain Design and Development
- Special Publication
- ISBN 1-56091-859-4
- 108 pages
Contents include: the optimization of engine vibration reduction by simulation analysis; improved methods for digital measurement of engine torsional vibration; coupling of driveline and body vibrations in trucks; air suspension factors in driveline vibration; the use of continuous fiber composite materials in driveshafts; composite driveshaft technology and experience; root fillet geometry of spur, helical, spiral bevel, and hypoid gears; the system identification for the hydrostatic drive systme of secondary regulation using neural networks; considerations for multi-axis one-dimensional tolerance stackups with floating assemblies and nonlinearities in the development of extensive product families; 100,000 miles of fueling 5.9L cummins engines with 100% biodiesel; and new 4.0L SOHC V6 engine for the Ford Explorer.