Browse Publications Technical Papers 2010-01-0651

Aspect of Simulation and Experimental Research Studies on Wheeled Armored Fighting Vehicles with Hydropneumatic Suspension 2010-01-0651

One of the priority for military force is modern land platform development. Similar goal is in European Defense Agency, there plan to future fighting vehicles develop. The paper present simulation research of future wheeled Armored Fighting Vehicles. The paper included original simulation model for AFV taking in consideration EBS and ABS systems and simulation test result for typical road test also present experimental verification. Experimental research studies of vehicles are of high cognitive importance. However, they are expensive, time-consuming and sometimes dangerous, especially when they refer to edge safety parameters of a vehicle motion. Their scope can be limited if researchers conducting the studies have at their disposal a mathematical model of the vehicle motion and dynamics and a simulation program allowing for carrying out research in “virtual space.” A start-up of the simulation process requires gathering a relevant and require amount of data. If the simulation research studies that have been conducted are used for experimental verification, it is essential to obtain them to carry out a “package” of a series of experiments and a detailed design documentation analysis .


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