An evaluation of relative damage to the powertrain system in tracked vehicles

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The objective of this study was to improve the reliability of the endurance test for the powertrain system of military tracked vehicles. The measurement system that measures the driving duty applied to the powertrain system caused by mobility on roads consists of eight analog channels and two pulse channels, including the propeller shaft output torques for the left and right sides. The data obtained from this measurement system can be used to introduce a new technology that produces the output torque of a torque converter and that can be applied to analyze the revolution counting for the endurance and road mobility in the front unit and represent the relative fatigue damages analysis technique and its results according to the driven roads through a cumulative fatigue method. © 2009 by the authors; licensee Molecular Diversity Preservation International, Basel, Switzerland.




Lee, S. H., Lee, J. H., Goo, S. H., Cho, Y. C., & Cho, H. Y. (2009). An evaluation of relative damage to the powertrain system in tracked vehicles. Sensors, 9(3), 1845–1859.

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