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Study on the Vibrational Effects of Gear Transmission Error in Automotive Differential

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DOI: 10.23977/jemm.2023.080408 | Downloads: 51 | Views: 383

Author(s)

Wei Li 1

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1 Qiqihar High Teach College, Qiqihar, 161003, China

Corresponding Author

Wei Li

ABSTRACT

Vibration issues pose a significant challenge to the automotive transmission system, primarily caused by the gear transmission error in the differential gear. This vibration effect directly impacts vehicle performance and driving comfort, potentially leading to overall performance degradation, increased noise levels, reduced driving stability, and even health and safety concerns. To effectively address this challenge, researchers have implemented a series of vibration suppression and control strategies. These include improving gear manufacturing precision, utilizing shock absorbers, introducing active vibration control systems, applying intelligent control technology, and enhancing the suspension system. By implementing these strategies, a substantial improvement in the performance and safety of automobiles is expected, providing drivers with an exceptional driving experience. This study aims not only to address vibration issues but also to offer robust guidance for improving the design and performance of automotive transmission systems to meet increasingly stringent performance and comfort standards.

KEYWORDS

Automotive differential gears, error, vibrational effects

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Wei Li, Study on the Vibrational Effects of Gear Transmission Error in Automotive Differential. Journal of Engineering Mechanics and Machinery (2023) Vol. 8: 52-58. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/jemm.2023.080408.

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