alexa Numerical analysis of automotive disc brake squeal: a review


Advances in Automobile Engineering

Author(s): Huajiang Ouyang

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This paper reviews numerical methods and analysis procedures used in the study of automotive disc brake squeal. It covers two major approaches used in the automotive industry, the complex eigenvalue analysis and the transient analysis. The advantages and limitations of each approach are examined. This review can help analysts to choose right methods and make decisions on new areas of method development. It points out some outstanding issues in modelling and analysis of disc brake squeal and proposes new research topics. It is found that the complex eigenvalue analysis is still the approach favoured by the automotive industry and the transient analysis is gaining increasing popularity.

This article was published in inderscience publishers and referenced in Advances in Automobile Engineering

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