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Heavy truck suspension optimisation based on modified skyhook damping control
by Jie He, Yikai Chen, Chihang Zhao, Zhiguo Qi, Xiuhuan Ren
International Journal of Heavy Vehicle Systems (IJHVS), Vol. 18, No. 2, 2011

 

Abstract: This paper presents a multi-objective optimisation strategy for heavy truck suspension systems based on Modified Skyhook Damping (MSD) control, which improves ride comfort and road-friendliness simultaneously. A four-axle heavy truckā€“road coupling system model was established; the model was then validated with a ride comfort test. Through co-simulations with Adams and Matlab, the effects of passive, semi-active MSD control and active MSD control were analysed and compared. Simulation results indicated that MSD control improves a truck's ride comfort and road-friendliness, while the semi-active MSD control damper obtains road-friendliness comparable with that of the active MSD control damper.

Online publication date: Tue, 31-May-2011

 

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