The active suspension system is a new type of suspension system controlled by computer that has been developed in the past decade. The active suspension system has the function of controlling the movement of the body. When the inertia of the car brakes or turns causes the spring to deform, the active suspension system generates a force that opposes the inertia and reduces the change in the position of the body.
The active suspension system, also known as the active guidance suspension system, the dynamic variable suspension system, etc., can change the height, shape and damping of the suspension system to control the vibration of the vehicle body and the height of the vehicle body, which can mainly improve the operational stability of the vehicle. Comfort and performance.
The active suspension system is a new type of suspension system controlled by computer that originated in the 1950s and developed in the past decade. The active suspension system has the function of controlling the movement of the body. When the car brakes, turns, or increases the load causing spring deformation, the active suspension system generates a force that opposes the inertia and reduces the change in body position.
When the road surface is uneven and the wheel jumps, the sensor quickly transmits the signal to the control system. The control system sends a command to send the electrical signal to the electronic coil of each damper. The movement of the current generates a magnetic field. Under the action of the magnetic field, the damper The density of the electromagnetic fluid changes, and the body is controlled to achieve the purpose of vibration reduction. This change is complicated, but it can be done 1000 times in one second. It can be said to be completed in an instant.
The electromagnetic suspension system can quickly and effectively compensate for the beating of the tire, and expand the range of motion of the suspension, reduce noise, improve vehicle handling accuracy and ride comfort. Its role is not limited to this, medical researchers have used this technology to create artificial knees.