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Use of Axiomatic Design Principles to Develop Vehicle Suspension Controls for Variable Stiffness and Ride Height

@inproceedings{SuhUseOA,
  title={Use of Axiomatic Design Principles to Develop Vehicle Suspension Controls for Variable Stiffness and Ride Height},
  author={Nam Pyo Suh}
}
Axiomatic Design principles are used to design a vehicle suspension system. The use of Axiomatic Design helps to guide the design of a decoupled system. The Design Matrix (DM) illustrates the independence among the Functional Requirements (FRs) and the Design Parameters (DPs). The ultimate goal is the design of a fully independent suspension system in which the FRs stiffness, ride height, and damping can be varied as needed. To achieve the three FRs, three DPs are chosen the volume of an air… CONTINUE READING

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