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Title: The influence of semi-active suspension adjustment on vehicle body pitch oscillations
Authors: Surblys, Vytenis
Žuraulis, Vidas
Sokolovskij, Edgar
Keywords: Semi-active suspension
oscillations
pitch rate
half-car model
damping
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Sciendo; Transport and Telecommunication Institute
Citation: Surblys V., Zuraulis V., Sokolovskij E. 2019. THE INFLUENCE OF SEMI-ACTIVE SUSPENSION ADJUSTMENT ON VEHICLE BODY PITCH OSCILLATIONS, TRANSPORT AND TELECOMMUNICATION JOURNAL 20(2): 107–113.
Series/Report no.: 20;2
Abstract: In this paper the relation between semi-active suspension characteristics and vertical oscillations of the vehicle body on road roughness is analysed. During experimental tests, the damping of semi-active suspension was changed while measuring vehicle's sprung and unsprung mass vertical accelerations, pitch rate, which were transformed into a frequency domain for further analysis. The results of the experimental tests were compared to the simulations using the semi-active dynamic model. Validation has shown that model can be used to analyse the influence of semi-active suspension parameters on vehicle oscillations over the entire range of semiactive suspension settings. The comparison of experimental and theoretical simulation showed that semi-active suspension settings have influence on longitudinal oscillations of the sprung mass and it should be estimated in related researches of modern suspension.
URI: http://dspace.vgtu.lt/handle/1/3823
ISSN: 1407-6160
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