Evaluation the Dissipated Energy by the Automobile Dampers

Authors

  • Veronel-George Jacota

Keywords:

simulation, suspension, stiffness, damping, road profiles, dissipated energy

Abstract

Simulation of suspension system and evaluation of dissipated energy by the system highlights the potential of the car operation mode, where the suspension can provide a significant amount of power. A roughness road profile and a car with elastic suspension springs and stiff dampers can provide significant energy. This energy varies between 4% and 8% of the energy consumed by the engine vehicle, considering the road speed profiles below 60 km/h and a vehicle with reduced rolling resistance and drag coefficient.

How to Cite

Veronel-George Jacota. (2017). Evaluation the Dissipated Energy by the Automobile Dampers. Global Journals of Research in Engineering, 16(1), 5–11. Retrieved from https://engineeringresearch.org/index.php/GJRE/article/view/1514

Evaluation the Dissipated Energy by the Automobile Dampers

Published

2017-02-09