Dec 5, 2010
Virtual Reality Modeling of a Car Suspension Mechanical Project
Virtual Reality Modeling of a Car Suspension is a innovative Mechanical engineering project for Mechanical students for their final year project. This thesis presents the evolution of a full car model into virtual reality environment to visually demonstrate the dynamics of a car resulting from various inputs controlled both passively and actively. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such Projects and Seminar.
The model is a seven degree of freedom system that can be configured to be excited by either a bump or harmonic input. Active controls available to the system include the well known Linear Quadratic Regulator (LQR) as well as a new Nonlinear Energy Absorber (NEA) which utilizes both nonlinear springs and nonlinear damper. You can use this report for Study and reference only.
Author:-Smoker, Jason James
Source:- University of Maryland