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Vehicle Dynamics and Electronic Controlled Suspensions
- Special Publication
- ISBN 1-56091-125-5
Published February 01, 1991 by SAE International in United States
- 168 pages
Vehicle dynamics research is changing rapidly in response to market demands, safety considerations, and technological advances. In addition, technology continues to progress in the design of electronic suspension systems. This reference presents a broad range of current research related to optimum vehicle handling, control, and lateral stability. Sample contents include: a simulation system for vehicle dynamics control; the importance of tire lag on simulated transient vehicle response; control strategies for active chassis systems with respect to road friction; characteristics influencing ground vehicle lateral/directional dynamic stability; high speed control of damping force using piezoelectric elements; and more.