Study of a synchronizer mechanism through multibody dynamic analysis

The synchronizer mechanism represents the essential component in manual, automatic manual, and dual-clutch transmissions. This paper describes a multibody dynamic model for analysis of a synchronizer mechanism subjected to different operational conditions. The three-dimensional multi-dynamic model is developed to predict the dynamic response of synchronizer, especially for calculation of synchronization time. For the purpose of validation, three different synchronizers (single-cone, double-cone, and triple-cone synchronizers) were used on the test rig machine. For the purpose of synchronizing time estimation, an analytical formulation is proposed. The results of the analytical and multibody dynamic analyses were compared with the experimental data, showing a good agreement. The results of analytical and numerical approaches show that the predicted time of synchronization is more precise than previous works. A sensitivity analysis was performed on the single-cone synchronizer, and the effect of tolerance dimension on the dynamic behavior of the synchronizer was reported.


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  • Accession Number: 01709676
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: May 17 2019 3:06PM