Explore a selection of publications from the Keweenaw Research Center (KRC) below.
The KRC is a multidisciplinary research center of Michigan Technological University (Michigan Tech) that is active across a broad spectrum of vehicle development. Originally established by the US Army for deep snow mobility testing, KRC has been involved in military, industrial, and commercial vehicle applications for over 60 years.
Works from 2001
Testing elastomers - Can correlation be achieved between machines, load cells, fixtures and operators?, Scott Gruenberg, Michael Audo, and John Reddaway
The effects of different input excitation on the dynamic characterization of an automotive shock absorber, Darin Kowalski, Mohan D. Rao, Jason Blough, Scott Gruenberg, and Dave Griffiths
Measurement of dynamic parameters of automotive exhaust hangers, Mohan D. Rao, Scott Gruenberg, and Dave Griffiths
Powertrain transfer path analysis of a truck, Vinod K. Singh, Nitin Wani, Vincent D. Monkaba, Jason Blough, and Geoffrey Gwaltney
Works from 1999
Summary and characteristics of rotating machinery digital signal processing methods, Jason Blough and Geoffrey Gwaltney
Evaluation of off-highway vehicle cab noise and vibration using inverse matrix techniques, Geoffrey Gwaltney and Jason Blough
Works from 1997
Dynamic modeling of forces on snowplow equipped trucks, Walter W. Olson, Alan Kempainen, Dusan Milacic, and Mark Osborne
Works from 1993
Gasification of porous combustion chamber deposits in a spark ignition engine, Bobbi Sue Wood and Carl L. Anderson