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Group B Tedros Ghebretnsae Xinyan Li Zhen Yu Tang Ankit Panwar
Provide independent shock absorption to individual wheels. Deal with humps in road surface, enhancing ride comfort. Most suspensions are either fourbar linkages or slider cranks.
Two types of camber Positive Camber Negative Camber
Parallelogram system The wheel spindles are supported by an upper and lower 'A' shaped arm Equal & unequal length
Spindles to travel vertically up and down during bump and rebound. Side-to-side motion caused due to the geometry of the wishbones known as scrub Toe angle (steer angle). The camber angle, or lean angle.
Animation of the suspension during the body roll Unequal length double wishbone type.
Animation showing the up and down movement of the wheel.
Upper control arm is shorter than the lower one As the wheel travels up it tips in, gaining negative camber Allows the tire to generate the maximum possible cornering force The length of the arms and the angles can be adjusted that means that they are not fixed
The strut directly connects the steering knuckle to the chassis and acts as a link in the suspension The steering link physically twists the strut and shock absorber and turns the wheel.
Pairs of these become twin-trailing-arm allow the rear to swing up and down. The two links are pivoted to the frame. Link1 is the ground Link3 is attached to the wheel assembly.