Empirical modeling of automotive damper curves and development of shape factors
Automotive dampers are a complex system developed with integration of simple mechanisms. The system comprises of a cylinder filled with hydraulic fluid, a piston dividing cylinder into two chambers known as compression and rebound chambers; a coil spring in some case and nitrogen gas. When a vehicle moves, automotive Damper system deals with damping vibration and giving occupants a comfortable ride. While the system ensures a smooth ride by absorbing all the road vibration, hydraulic fluid inside the Damper system goes through various transformations. Changes and variations happen in properties ...
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