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Volume 296, 20192019 7th International Conference on Traffic and Logistic Engineering (ICTLE 2019)
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|Published online||22 October 2019|
Study on the Vibration Suppression Method of Urban Railway Vehicles Based on a Composite Dynamic Vibration Absorber
School of Urban Railway Transportation, Shanghai University of Engineering Science, 333 Long Teng Road, Shanghai 201620, China
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To reduce the bounce and the pitch vibration of carbody, a vertical dynamic model for urban rail vehicles is established to analyze the vibration response of the carbody in the low frequency range. In this paper, different methods of single-degree-of-freedom dynamic vibration absorber to suppress the vibration for carbody are investigated. The limits of single-degree-of-freedom dynamic vibration absorber to the vibration reduction effect of carbody are pointed out. After that, the design of a composite dynamic vibration absorber including a double oscillator structure is introduced. A vibration discreteness index is used to evaluate dynamic vibration absorbers with various designs for the vibration damping performance. Finally, the vibration reduction performance of the composite dynamic vibration absorber is verified by Sperling’s riding index. The results demonstrate that the performance of the single degree of freedom dynamic vibration absorber attached to a carbody may increase the vibration within a partial scope, when the peak frequency of vibration is far away from the design frequency. The installation of the composite dynamic vibration absorber vibration provides gentler running experience for passengers.
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