Modal Testing Analysis and Dynamic Properties Estimate on the Exhaust System of a Medium-Sized Bus

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At the beginning of this paper, we made some brief introductions on the modal analysis theory. In allusion to the vibration conditions of a medium-sized Bus’s exhaust system, LMS Test.Lab testing software was used and MIMO method was selected to conduct the modal testing. According to the synthesized modal analysis on the X, Y, Z directions of the gauging points, parameters such as the modal frequencies and shapes could be obtained. Then with modal shapes of the first 9 orders, we made some analysis and estimates to the dynamic properties of the exhaust system.

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Jing Guo

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146-150

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H. He et al., "Modal Testing Analysis and Dynamic Properties Estimate on the Exhaust System of a Medium-Sized Bus", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 224, pp. 146-150, 2012

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November 2012

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