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Experimental Evaluation of Semiactive Magneto-Rheological Suspensions for Passenger Vehicles
(Virginia Tech, 1998-05-26)
This study experimentally evaluates the dynamic response of a single vehicle suspension incorporating a magneto-rheological (MR) damper. A full-scale two-degree-of-freedom (2DOF) quarter-car test apparatus has been ...
Dynamic Analysis of Semi-Active Control Techniques for Vehicle Applications
(Virginia Tech, 2001-08-07)
This experimental study evaluates the dynamic response of five semi-active control policies as tested on a single suspension quarter-car system. Incorporating a magneto-rheological damper, the full-scale 2DOF quarter-car ...
Experimental Evaluation of the Dynamic Performance Benefits of Roll Stability Control Systems on A-train Doubles
(Virginia Tech, 2018-02-09)
The ride stability of an A-train 28-foot double tractor trailer when outfitted with different Roll Stability Control (RSC) systems with the same payload and suspension configurations is studied experimentally for various ...