Applications I: Vehicle Response
When a vehicle travels along a road the undulations of the road-surface impose continuously varying displacements at the points of contact of tyres and road, and so give rise to responses in the form of stresses or acceleration in the various components of the vehicle.
KeywordsResponse Spectrum Road Surface Single Input Random Vibration Road Profile
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