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Mathematical Modeling and Experimental Validation of Mono-Tube Shock Absorber


Prashant Mulik , TKIET, Warananagar,Maharashtra,India; E. N. Aitavade, Associate Professor Department of mechanical Engineering,AMGOI,Wathar,Maharashtra,India


Suspension, Damping, Damper, Shock Absorber


Function of the suspension system is reducing the deviation of the vehicle body from the mean line of travel to a minimum, and the same time, thereby giving the passengers the best possible ride and making best use of contact with ground via tires to provide good adhesion during cornering, acceleration and braking. The work presented in this dissertation is concerned with mathematical modeling and experimental validation of mono-tube shock absorber, goal of this research is to create damper model to predict accurately damping force, experimental analysis done by varying the various parameters, such as flow area in bleed(Ab), mass (M) and operating frequency(ω). Here in this, input is given in the form of sinusoidal excitation and the output is received as a numerical data of the displacement transmissibility. This data is then processed to get the values of transmissibility and magnification factor for various frequency ratios.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV4I41088
Published in: Volume : 4, Issue : 4
Publication Date: 01/07/2016
Page(s): 1154-1157

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