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Authors: Rieger, Karl-Josef
Schiehlen, Werner
Title: Active versus passive control of vehicle suspensions - hardware in the loop experiments
Issue Date: 1994 Konferenzbeitrag Burrows, Clifford R. (Hrsg.): The active control of vibration. London : Mechanical Engineering Publ., 1994. - ISBN 0-85298-916-4, S. 93-100
Abstract: Hardware-in-the-loop simulation is shown to be a valuable tool for designing and testing controllers for active vehicle suspensions. The vehicle is modeled as a multibody system, whereas the electronic and hydraulic parts of the suspension are actuated on a test bed. A comparison between an active and a passive suspension shows higher performance of the active suspension with respect to low frequency excitation.
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