Enhancement of Vehicle Dynamics with Application of H Arm at Rear Suspension System
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The conventional design and manufacturing of rear suspension system in All terrain Vehicles were Double wishbone, Semi trailing arm, Mcpherson strut and torsion bar but to overcome the adverse effects such as wheel wobbling, Uncontrolled Toe and power losses from transmission. So by introducing a H-arm suspension system at the rear end of the vehicle can improve the performance of the vehicle by keeping it stable and able to sustain all the incoming loads from the ground and provides a comfortable drive and by maintaining a constant Toe which will improve the transmission. The primary objective of the suspension system in the ATV is to maximise the contact between the tires and the road surface, providing good handling and steering stability, evenly distributed weight throughout the vehicle and ensuring riders safety also comfort by absorbing the shocks from the terrain. Ansys solver is used for analysis, lotus shark used for the simulation and the modelling is done by using Solidworks 19. Fabrication of the system was done according to the Design values, run- virtual compliance test is performed for checking the vehicle dynamics.
- Suspension system
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