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Active Suspension System. Suspension Systems. Conventional suspension system Active suspension system. Parameters that can be improved. Ride Control Height Control Roll Control Dive Control Squat Control. COMPONENTS. A Computer or an electronic control unit (ECU) Sensors

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Active suspension system

Active Suspension System


Suspension systems

Suspension Systems

  • Conventional suspension system

  • Active suspension system


Parameters that can be improved

Parameters that can be improved

  • Ride Control

  • Height Control

  • Roll Control

  • Dive Control

  • Squat Control


Active suspension system

COMPONENTS

  • A Computer or an electronic control unit (ECU)

  • Sensors

  • Actuator or Servo

  • Adjustable shocks and springs


Active suspension system

Sensors And Controller


Functions of active suspension

Functions of Active Suspension

  • Improves driver control, safety and stability, with or without a load .

  • Eliminates sway and reduces roll on corners

  • Reduces axle wrap

  • Maximum safety

  • Absorbs load, rather than resisting it, thereby ensuring a much more comfortable ride

  • Eliminates the need for fitting extra blades which harden the ride

  • Better handling and control in windy and rough road conditions

  • Minimize wear on tires, shocks, shackles and leaf springs


Active suspension system

Roll on Corners


Active suspension system

DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENT


Active suspension mimics the functions of the human body

Active suspension mimics the functions of the human body

  • The sensors are nerve ends

  • The Electronic Control Unit represents our mind

  • Wires connecting the whole thing are the central nervous system

  • The servos and actuators resemble the muso-skelatel portion .


Active suspension system

Example

Mercedes CL coupe


Active suspension system

Draw-backs

  • Need for a large external power source

  • Complex control algorithms

  • Complex closed-loop control systems.

  • Requirement of fast-acting devices

  • Increased cost


Conclusion

Conclusion

In the case of active suspension system, as in any other innovations of automotive technology, today's innovation is tomorrow's standard feature. Inspite of its high initial cost, let us expect to see them in the Indian roads soon. The trickle-down effect will take some time, but it'll happen and when such a time comes we can expect much lesser accidents, less fatalities and more comfort in driving the roads.


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