PHYSICAL MODEL OF VEHICLE ENGINE MOUNT WITH MAGNETORHEOLOGICAL DAMPER

Jacek Snamina, Bogdan Sapiński

Abstract


A physical model of a vehicle engine mount incorporating a magnetorheological (MR) damper in squeeze mode is investigated and the structural design and operating characteristics of the MR damper are provided. The mathematical model of an engine mount is formulated. Kinematic excitations are assumed to be those emulating road profile-chassis (car body) interactions. Simulations of engine vibration are performed to determine the efficiency of the proposed engine mount. Conclusions are drawn concerning the potential applications of the MR damper in vehicle engine mounts.


Keywords


MR damper; engine mount; vibration; model

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7494/mech.2016.35.1.6

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