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Rubber bushing is mainly used in the position of automobile front and rear suspension and other frequent vibration. It plays a vital role in the whole vehicle NVH (Noise Vibration Harshness), and it will be invalid and will affect the whole vehicle noise and driving stability. The failure mode of rubber bushing is not only its own quality control, but also its working environment is one of the key factors affecting its life. Thanks for the support of the Feilong Jiangli technical department.

Automobile suspension is a component that connects the frame (or body) with the axle (or direct and wheel). Its main functions are: D mitigates and inhibits vibration or shock caused by uneven pavement to ensure the car has good smoothness; 2 (2) rapidly attenuates the vibration of the body and axle (or wheel); 3 (3) transfer function in the wheel and frame (car) Various forces (vertical force, longitudinal force, transverse force) and moments (braking moment and reaction moment) between the body; 4) to ensure the necessary stability of the vehicle.

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