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Journal of Theoretical
and Applied Mechanics

53, 1, pp. 109-117, Warsaw 2015
VIBRATION ANALYSIS FOR VEHICLE WITH VACUUM PACKED PARTICLES SUSPENSION
Michał Makowski, Robert Zalewski
Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Automotive and Construction Machinery Engineering, Warsaw, Poland
e-mail: michal.makowski@simr.pw.edu.pl; robertzalewski@wp.pl
The paper concerns an effect of the damping force controlling a vehicle suspension system. The investigated vehicle suspension system consists of innovatory Vacuum Packed Particles controllable dampers which allow controlling the vehicle body vibration. The main objective of performed and presented in the paper studies is to determine properties of the Vacuum Packed Particles (VPP) damper and propose a preliminary control strategy. The control in the vehicle suspension system can be realized by controlling the underpressure resulting in various jamming mechanisms in the granular core. Some algorithms of vibration control are also proposed and discussed.
Key words: Vacuum Packed Particles, vibration damping, semi-active, smart materials
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