CAE in vehicle dynamics
by Tetsushi Mimuro, Shinichi Takeuchi
International Journal of Computer Applications in Technology (IJCAT), Vol. 2, No. 1, 1989

Abstract: Computer-aided engineering (CAE) in vehicle dynamics consists of three subsystems, namely measurement, evaluation and prediction. It is important that each sub-system evolves in harmony with the others to ensure system co-ordination. Some remarkable attempts at using this CAE system are described here, such as the measurement of steady-state cornering, the evaluation of transient response with steering input, and prediction using full-vehicle models. The CAE approach will penetrate the motor vehicle industry at a high pace, and will contribute to the development and enhancement of suspension technology.

Online publication date: Wed, 11-Jun-2014

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