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|Title:||Vertical dynamic analysis of a quarter car suspension system with MR damper|
|Citation:||Journal of the Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering, 2017, Vol.39, 1, pp.41-51|
|Abstract:||This paper presents ride comfort and road holding analysis of passive and semi-active suspension system using quarter car model. Semi-active suspension system with magnetorheological (MR) damper was modeled as non-parametric model-based magnetic flux density in the fluid flow gap. The skyhook control strategy was used to analyze semi-active control performance. The simulation of passive and semi-active suspension system was carried out under random road profile for different velocities. The result shows that semi-active suspension has significant improvement in terms of ride comfort and road holding of vehicle than passive suspension system. Experimental studies have been conducted to characterize MR damper and a good match is observed between results with simulation results obtained using non-parametric model. � 2016, The Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering.|
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