1969-02-01

Programming Time-Sharing Digital Computers for Linear Dynamic Simulation 690235

This paper discusses the use of a time-sharing digital computer for computation of dynamic system responses. The program illustrated is a dynamic simulation of the linear vehicle directional control problem. State variable and matrix algebra techniques are used to calculate steady-state and transient responses of the linear directional control model for use in suspension analysis.

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