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Development of a Semi-Active Suspension for a 6×6 Combat Support Vehicle.
Published June 12, 2000 by Society of Automotive Engineers of Korea in South Korea
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In this paper, the development of a full vehicle semi-active suspension controller for a 6×6 CSV (combat support vehicle) is described. The controller uses linear optimal control theory to generate the control gains with the overall aim of reducing ride acceleration and hence maximising cross country speed. A vehicle model is developed to predict ride comfort improvements and, in particular, determine the effect that a roll acceleration weighting factor has on the overall vehicle performance. Subsequently, limited state feedback strategies are evaluated to determine the most effective method of implementation on a real vehicle.
- Andrew Deakin - A.J.Deakin@leeds.ac.uk The University of Leeds School of Mechanical Engineering Leeds, LS7 2PP, England
- David Crolla - A.J.Deakin@leeds.ac.uk The University of Leeds School of Mechanical Engineering Leeds, LS7 2PP, England
- Scott Roberts - A.J.Deakin@leeds.ac.uk The University of Leeds School of Mechanical Engineering Leeds, LS7 2PP, England
CitationDeakin, A., Crolla, D., and Roberts, S., "Development of a Semi-Active Suspension for a 6×6 Combat Support Vehicle.," SAE Technical Paper 2000-05-0390, 2000.
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