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An Experimental Investigation into the Design of a Robust Semi-Active Suspension System for a Quarter-Car Model

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4 Author(s)
Bangsing, N. ; Engineering Physics Department, Bandung Institute of Technology, Ganesha 10 Bandung 40132, Indonesia, Phone: 62 22 2504424, Fax: 62 22 2504424, E-mail: bangsing@tf.itb.ac.id ; Sularso ; Bagiasna, K. ; Nazaruddin, Y.Y.

In this paper the experimental test of a robust semi-active suspension system using a quarter-car model has been investigated. The performance of the developed suspension system was evaluated under a sinusoidal road disturbance with amplitude of 2 mm (peak to peak) and 3 mm (peak to peak), and within the frequency test range of 1 – 9 Hz. The experimental results show that in the frequency test range of 1 – 4 Hz, the sprung mass acceleration of the semi-active suspension is smaller than the passive suspension. However, the sprung mass acceleration of the semi-active suspension is higher than the passive suspension, in the frequency test range of 5 - 9 Hz. Moreover, the unsprung mass acceleration of the semi-active suspension is smaller than its passive counterpart in all of the frequency test range 1 – 9 Hz.

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Control and Automation, 2003. ICCA '03. Proceedings. 4th International Conference on

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12-12 June 2003

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