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2014 (Vol. 7, Issue: 3)
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Simulation and Analysis of the bypass Influences on Tire Noise

Haichao Zhou, Guolin Wang, 1Jian Yang and Shizhou Ying
Corresponding Author:  Guolin Wang 

Key words:  Bypass, number simulation, tire noise, tread pattern, , ,
Vol. 7 , (3): 576-580
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March 04, 2013 April 12, 2013 January 20, 2014
Abstract:

It is a well-known scientific fact that circumferential groove exists great influence on tire noise. Increasing the void can help the rubber blocks to penetrate faster into the underlying water film and improve anti-skid performance, but which gives way to an increased air pumping noise. Therefore, the structure parameters of circumferential grooves play large influence on tire performance. The goal of this present study is using the bypass to change the grooves design and analysis the influence of bypass on tire noise and offer the tire designer a better approach to improve tire comfort ability. By virtual of numerical simulation method, the influence of bypass structure parameters, such as the width of junction pipe, the volume of resonance cavity, on tire noise were analyzed in this study. The result shows that the circumferential grooves with bypass not only bring down pipe resonance noise of circumferential grooves but also decrease far-field radiated noise of tire. Besides, with a certain resonant cavity, the width of junction pipeline between the circumferential grooves and the resonance cavity plays an important role in the improvement of tire noise. Simulation results are in reasonable agreement with experimental results.
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Haichao Zhou, Guolin Wang, 1Jian Yang and Shizhou Ying, 2014. Simulation and Analysis of the bypass Influences on Tire Noise.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 7(3): 576-580.
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