Within the framework of solving the problem of active control of the elastic and damping elements of multi-wheeled vehicle (MWV) suspension brackets investigating the properties of suspension bracket families designed both for different travels and for different loading is of great importance. Their kinematic schemes can be also rather various. It is not feasible to collect the required amount of information for families of vehicles of different design and operating characteristics. Performing a full analytical study to determine the appropriate characteristics is not possible. This problem could be successfully solved only by simulation. A mathematical model of the MWV motion is developed. The characteristic feature of the model is that the vehicle speed is not set forcedly, but it is generated by the interaction of the rotating wheeled propellers with the supporting base. It results in high accuracy in modeling real processes of MWV moving along an uneven road. The developed model can be applied to research various laws of multi-wheeled vehicle suspension bracket control.
Zhileykin M., Sarach E. Mathematical model of movement of the multi-wheeled vehicles with torsional flexible bearing system. Маthematical Modeling and Coтputational Methods, 2015, №3 (7), pp. 17-40
Within solving the problems of active control of elastic and damping elements of multiwheeled vehicles (MWV) suspension, there arises an issue of utmost importance: that of studying the properties of suspension families, designed both for different strokes and different loads. We employed methods of experimental investigation and we conducted the verification of the mathematical model of the multi-wheeled vehicles movement with pliable on torsion by bearing system. We carried out calculation and experimental data analysis which indicates good results.
Zhileykin M., Sarach E. The verification of the mathematical model of the multiwheeled vehicles movement with pliable on torsion by bearing system. Маthematical Modeling and Coтputational Methods, 2015, №4 (8), pp. 66-74