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Bin Raja Ahsan Shah, Raja Mazuir; Cheng, Caizhen; Jones, R. Peter; Pawar, Jasjit (2011)
Publisher: Manchester Metropolitan University
Languages: English
Types: Unknown
Subjects: TL
This paper describes a modelling method to investigate the dynamic behaviour of 4WD vehicle under a severe\ud driving condition, where the driver applies a rapid tip-in on the accelerator pedal in 2nd gear to achieve maximum\ud engine torque. This is followed by a tip-out event by releasing the accelerator quickly.\ud The Tip-In/Tip-Out events are one of important elements to assess the vehicle driveability. During these test\ud events, the vehicle is expected to generate low frequency vibration between 2 Hz and 10 Hz and gives discomfort\ud feelings induced by resonance effects on sensitive human organs. The aim of this paper is to develop a 4WD\ud vehicle model in a modern object-oriented multi-body simulation tool and study its driveability.
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