Vehicle modelling using physical networks

Simic, M 2016, 'Vehicle modelling using physical networks', in Proceedings of the 6th Small Systems Simulation Symposium 2016, Nis, Serbia, 12-14 February 2016, pp. 40-45.


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Collection: Conference Papers

Title Vehicle modelling using physical networks
Author(s) Simic, M
Year 2016
Conference name The 6th Small Systems Simulation Symposium 2016
Conference location Nis, Serbia
Conference dates 12-14 February 2016
Proceedings title Proceedings of the 6th Small Systems Simulation Symposium 2016
Publisher Faculty of Electronic Engineering, University of Nis
Place of publication Nis, Serbia
Start page 40
End page 45
Total pages 6
Abstract This paper presents a contribution in vehicle modelling that could be used in investigation and search for flat ride and beter passangers' comfort. Modelling approach, given here, is based on physical networks, i.e. analogies among various physical systems, in this case mechanical and electrical. Vibrations around pitch axis are anaylised and a novel model designed for simulations. Presented modelling method could be used for mechanical design improvements, for smart, active, suspension systems' design, or other applications, like energy recovery and harvesting in hybrid, or electrical vehicles.
Subjects Automotive Mechatronics
Keyword(s) Physical networks
Smart suspension
Flat ride
Passenger comfort
Vehicle vibrations
Vehicle dynamics
Suspension design
Energy recovery
ISBN 9788661251542
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