Analysis and Control of Displacement Transmissibility and Force Transmissibility for a Two DOF Model Based on Quarter Car Concept using a Mixed Mode Magnetorheological Fluid Mount 2010-01-1911
The chassis are subject to both road profile and engine or pump/motor vibration when a vehicle is moving on the road. The suspension is developed to reduce the effect of the road conditions to the chassis. The vibration from engine or pump/motor of hydraulic hybrid vehicles (HHV) will be also transmitted to the chassis and needs to be isolated. A mixed mode magnetorheological (MR) fluid mount is presented to isolate force vibration for a two degree of freedom (DOF) model based on quarter car concept. The MR fluid mount is designed to work in flow mode and squeeze mode separately and simultaneously. The skyhook control for the MR fluid mount is also been designed and simulated. Both displacement transmissibility and force transmissibility for each mode and for combined modes have been obtained. These simulation results present a basis for designing a more effective controller to control both the displacement transmissibility and force transmissibility.
Citation: Wang, S., Elahinia, M., Nguyen, T., Anderson, W. et al., "Analysis and Control of Displacement Transmissibility and Force Transmissibility for a Two DOF Model Based on Quarter Car Concept using a Mixed Mode Magnetorheological Fluid Mount," SAE Technical Paper 2010-01-1911, 2010, https://doi.org/10.4271/2010-01-1911. Download Citation
Shuo Wang, Mohammad Elahinia, The Nguyen, Walter Anderson, Constantin Ciocanel
University of Toledo, University of Minnesota Duluth, Northern Arizona University
SAE 2010 Commercial Vehicle Engineering Congress