Berita BPI LIPI
oleh : , Keum-Shik Hong
In this paper, a sequential quadratic programming method for determining the optimal damping coefficients of a semi-active suspension system is investigated. Two objective functions (i.e., mean squares of the sprung-mass absolute acceleration and the dynamic load) are minimised under four constraints. By splitting the road frequency range into four regions, the optimal damping coefficients in individual regions are obtained. Simulation results of three cases (passive, semi-active with optimal static damping coefficients, and semi-active with optimal dynamic damping coefficients) show that the semi-active suspension system significantly improve the ride comfort, road holding, and reduce the noise and harshness.