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Modal Analysis of Formula Racing Frame

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DOI: 10.23977/jemm.2023.080109 | Downloads: 52 | Views: 516


Jianping Gao 1, Shourui Xuan 1, Qianfeng Zhang 1


1 School of Mechanical and Marine Ocean Engineering, Beibu Gulf University, Qinzhou, Guangxi, 535011, China

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Jianping Gao


Taking the equation racing car frame as the research object, the 3D modeling software was used to establish the model of the racing car frame, and the free mode analysis of the frame was conducted through the finite element analysis software. The natural frequency of the frame was within the range of 30-120Hz, avoiding the possibility of resonance, indicating that the structural design of the frame was reasonable. In addition, the vibration mode of the frame was analyzed. This provides a certain idea for further optimization research of the frame.


Racing frame, modal analysis, natural frequency, vibration mode


Jianping Gao, Shourui Xuan, Qianfeng Zhang, Modal Analysis of Formula Racing Frame. Journal of Engineering Mechanics and Machinery (2023) Vol. 8: 82-85. DOI:


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