Research on Dynamic Load of Belgian Event Based on Virtual Proving Ground
To be published on April 2, 2019 by SAE International in United States
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The fatigue load spectrum of the physical proving ground is the necessary input for fatigue life analysis of vehicle parts and components. It is usually obtained by Road Load Data Acquisition (RLDA) and loads decomposition using multi-body dynamics tools. Virtual Proving Ground (VPG) methodology is gradually replacing this technical strategy. The belgian road is the typical event in durability test, in this paper, the flexible body and FTire model are applied to the vehicle multi-body dynamics model in order to improve the simulation accuracy. The result shows that all the wheel center force, shock absorber displacement and axial force acquired by VPG simulation have excellent correlation with real vehicle measured data. It is also proved that the virtual proving ground technology is a reliable and effective method to obtain the fatigue load spectrum in the early stage of development.
CitationYang, J., Wang, X., and Li, X., "Research on Dynamic Load of Belgian Event Based on Virtual Proving Ground," SAE Technical Paper 2019-01-0170, 2019.
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