An efficient sensitivity analysis method for modified geometry of Macpherson suspension based on Pearson correlation coefficient

@article{Shojaeefard2017AnES,
  title={An efficient sensitivity analysis method for modified geometry of Macpherson suspension based on Pearson correlation coefficient},
  author={M. Shojaeefard and A. Khalkhali and Sadegh Yarmohammadisatri},
  journal={Vehicle System Dynamics},
  year={2017},
  volume={55},
  pages={827 - 852}
}
  • M. Shojaeefard, A. Khalkhali, Sadegh Yarmohammadisatri
  • Published 2017
  • Engineering
  • Vehicle System Dynamics
  • ABSTRACT The main purpose of this paper is to propose a new method for designing Macpherson suspension, based on the Sobol indices in terms of Pearson correlation which determines the importance of each member on the behaviour of vehicle suspension. The formulation of dynamic analysis of Macpherson suspension system is developed using the suspension members as the modified links in order to achieve the desired kinematic behaviour. The mechanical system is replaced with an equivalent constrained… CONTINUE READING
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