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A MODEL BASED APPROACH FOR DESIGN OF SEMIACTIVE SUSPENSION USING VARIABLE STRUCTURE CONTROL

@inproceedings{Eligar2014AMB,
  title={A MODEL BASED APPROACH FOR DESIGN OF SEMIACTIVE SUSPENSION USING VARIABLE STRUCTURE CONTROL},
  author={Sanjay Eligar and Rajeshwari Banakar},
  year={2014}
}
This paper presents the modeling and simulation of a magnetorheological damper based semiactive suspension using variable structure controllers. Passive suspension systems tend to limit the trade-off between passenger comfort and road handling. But Semiactive suspensions can reduce this trade-off margin and dynamically respond to the damping requirements. Active suspensions provide the best response since they can add damping force in any direction, but are prone to higher power consumption… 
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