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Theory on Pitch Noise and Its Application

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Yukio Nakajima

Bridgestone Corporation 3-1-1, Ogawahigashi-Cho, Kodaira-Shi, Tokyo 187-8531, Japane-mail: nakaj1-y@bridgestone.co.jp

J. Vib. Acoust 125(3), 252-256 (Jun 18, 2003) (5 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1569513 History: Received December 01, 2001; Revised November 01, 2002; Online June 18, 2003
Copyright © 2003 by ASME
Topics: Noise (Sound) , Tires , Shapes
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References

Nakajima, Y., 1980, “Theory on Pitch Noise (I),” Internal Report, Bridgestone Corporation.
Nakajima, Y., 1981, “Theory on Pitch Noise (II),” Internal Report, Bridgestone Corporation.
Nakajima,  Y., Inoue,  Y., and Ogawa,  H., 1993, “Application of the Boundary Element Method and Modal Analysis to Tire Acoustics Problems,” Tire Sci. Technol., 21, p. 66.
Koike,  H., Oshino,  Y., and Tachibana,  H., 1998, “Identification of Source of Tire/Road Noise (in Japanese),” Souonseigyo,22, p. 11.
Mukae, T., et al., 1978, “Clarification of Mechanism of Tire Noise Generation (in Japanese),” Report of JARI, No. 51.
JATMA, 1997, On Noise due to Tire and Road, (6th edition) (in Japanese).
Nakajima,  Y., and Abe,  A., 2000, “Application of Genetic Algorithms of Optimization of Tire Pitch Sequences,” Japan Journal of Industrial and Applied Mathematics,17, pp. 403.
Vanderplaats, G. N., 1984, Numerical Optimization Techniques for Engineering Design with Applications, McGraw-Hill.
Yoshida, M., and Takayama, M., 1994, “Method of Simulating Tire Tread Noise and Simulator Therefore,” USA Patent #4,838,330.

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Tire noise and design elements of tread pattern
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Prediction of pitch noise of a tire with practical pattern
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Prediction of lug angle vs tire pitch noise
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Verification of magic angle (measurement)
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Comparison between prediction and measurement

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