Modeling of Vertical Dynamic Vibration Characteristics on Vehicles Suspension System

Simon, Ka'ka (2019) Modeling of Vertical Dynamic Vibration Characteristics on Vehicles Suspension System. IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, 619 (012003). pp. 1-9. ISSN 1757899X


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Vibrations often interfere with driving comfort for riders and passengers. Variations in loads, especially for four-wheeled vehicles, bumps, hollow road surfaces, and other forms of road damage will greatly affect the vehicle suspension work system. This research aims to (1) further test the effect of vertical dynamic load of the vehicle and change the dimension of resistance on the road surface, (2) the contribution of spring and shock absorber to the load fluctuation of the vehicle. Experimentally these load fluctuations are replaced by pneumatic actuator forces of varying magnitude based on the regulatory pressure of the regulator. The deviations generated by the varying load work are measured by placing a proximity sensor along the spring movement. The vertical dynamic load transformation up to the road surface is measured using a "Load cell" mounted under the wheels of the vehicle. Characteristics of vertical dynamic vibration occurring due to several dimensional barriers, U (cm) obtained using mathematical modeling method with 2 DOF suspension system transfer function. The results showed a condition on the body and wheels of vehicles experienced a brief overshot for 0.14 seconds with deviation of 0.178 m. From the graph shows that the rate of deviation that occurs is large enough that Y2d = 1.03 m / s caused by a sudden shock that occurred on the wheels of the vehicle. This condition does not last long that is only duration t = 0.22 s, because the contribution of springs and shock absorbers that can absorb vibration is 25% to the vibrations caused by the vertical load of the body and the axis of the vehicle. Keywords; Vibration, suspension, pneumatic actuator, deviation, vertical load.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: T Technology > TJ Mechanical engineering and machinery
Depositing User: Dr,Ir, Simon Ka'ka, M.T.
Date Deposited: 13 Mar 2020 09:39
Last Modified: 13 Mar 2020 09:39

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