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Analytical and experimental studies on active suspension system of light passenger vehicle
PID (Proportional Integral - Derivative) controllers are used in this research to build an active suspension system for a light passenger car that can increase ride comfort for passengers. The system's performance is evaluated and compared to that of a passive suspension system on a bumpy route. Also shown is how to adjust the controller's parameters. Analytical results are tested in the laboratory. When compared to a passive suspension system, an active suspension system improves ride comfort by 78.03 percent, reduces suspension travel by 71.05 percent, and increases road-holding ability by 60 percent. Therefore, the PID controller-based active suspension system is preferable to the passive suspension system.
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