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Vehicle Load Transfer PartI_III_27MAR13

Vehicle Load Transfer PartI_III_27MAR13

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Published by Bill Harbin
Vehicle Load Transfer
Part I - General
Part II - Longitudinal
Part III - Lateral
Vehicle Load Transfer
Part I - General
Part II - Longitudinal
Part III - Lateral

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Published by: Bill Harbin on Mar 26, 2013
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Wm HarbinTechnical DirectorBND TechSource
 
Vehicle Load Transfer
 
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Vehicle Load TransferPart IGeneral Load Transfer
 
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Within any modern vehicle suspension there are
many 
factorsto consider during design and development.
Factors in vehicle dynamics:
Vehicle Configuration
 
Vehicle Type
(i.e. 2 dr Coupe, 4dr Sedan, Minivan, Truck, etc.)
Vehicle Architecture
(i.e. FWD vs. RWD, 2WD vs.4WD, etc.)
Chassis Architecture
(i.e. type: tubular, monocoque, etc. ; material: steel, aluminum,carbon fiber, etc. ; fabrication: welding, stamping, forming, etc.)
 
Front Suspension System Type
(i.e. MacPherson strut, SLA Double Wishbone, etc.)
Type of Steering Actuator
(i.e. Rack and Pinion vs. Recirculating Ball)
Type of Braking System
(i.e. Disc (front & rear) vs. Disc (front) & Drum (rear))
Rear Suspension System Type
(i.e. Beam Axle, Multi-link, Solid Axle, etc.)
Suspension/Braking Control Systems
(i.e. ABS, Electronic Stability Control,Electronic Damping Control, etc.)
Factors in Vehicle Dynamics
 

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