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Review on Seat Suspension System Technology Development

Alireza Heidarian, Xu Wang
2019 Applied Sciences  
Active, passive and semi-active suspension systems are employed in vehicle seats to alleviate the harmful and damaging effects due to the transmitted vibration to the human body.  ...  semi-active systems.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app9142834 fatcat:td2l2qlyv5hsvjz4tetxpw4xyu

A Systematic Literature Review of Various Control Techniques for Active Seat Suspension Systems

Al-Ashmori, Wang
2020 Applied Sciences  
Drivers of heavy trucks are exposed to large amounts of vibration which can lead to serious health risks.  ...  Many suspension systems/methods can be used to isolate these transmitted vibrations, such as vehicle suspension systems, cabin suspension systems and seating suspension systems.  ...  Type of Suspension Systems There are three types of suspensions used to minimize undesirable vibration in the driver-seat structure system, namely, passive, semi-active, and active.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app10031148 fatcat:44z3qhzvbbbozgj5vmpinev5ni

Editors' perspectives: road vehicle suspension design, dynamics, and control

Dongpu Cao, Xubin Song, Mehdi Ahmadian
2011 Vehicle System Dynamics  
Passive suspension system designs and their effects on road vehicle dynamics and stability are presented in terms of in-plane and full-vehicle arrangements.  ...  The general aspects of road vehicle suspension dynamics and design are discussed, followed by descriptions of road roughness excitations with a particular emphasis on road potholes.  ...  It should be noted that the ISO 2631-1 (1997) recommends a frequency range of 0.5 to 80 Hz for assessing the potential effects of vibration on human whole-body health, comfort and perception, which is  ... 
doi:10.1080/00423114.2010.532223 fatcat:wvaz3gvdlzda7lu4cj3n5mabx4

Smart structure dynamics

S. Hurlebaus, L. Gaul
2006 Mechanical systems and signal processing  
Particular focus is given to the following fields of application: semi-passive concepts, energy harvesting, semi-active concepts, active vibration control, and active structural acoustic control.  ...  The use of smart structures in structural health monitoring applications is also considered. r  ...  Acknowledgements This review article is based in part upon responses to a questionaire directed at leading scientists in the field of smart structures.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ymssp.2005.08.025 fatcat:6seexvvbbrhetpmco65bnzvs7a

Ride comfort simulation of a wheel loader with suspended axles

A. Rehnberg, L. Drugge
2008 International Journal of Vehicle Systems Modelling and Testing  
cars or other road vehicles: the wheel loader has a large pitch inertia compared to its mass, the axle loads vary considerably with loading condition, and the vehicle uses an articulated frame steering  ...  The wheel loader is a type of engineering vehicle used primarily to move crude material over shorter distances.  ...  The financial support of The Swedish Agency for Innovation Systems, VINNOVA, and Volvo Construction Equipment is gratefully acknowledged.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijvsmt.2008.023836 fatcat:5sim7ns4rralfdm6frlubalrjm

Roll- and pitch-plane-coupled hydro-pneumatic suspension. Part 2: dynamic response analyses

Dongpu Cao, Subhash Rakheja, Chun-Yi Su
2010 Vehicle System Dynamics  
under various road excitations and steering/braking maneuvers.  ...  The dynamic responses of the vehicle model with the coupled suspension are compared with those of the unconnected suspensions to demonstrate the performance potentials of the fluidic couplings.  ...  responses to normal force inputs, such as those developed by of a semi-active/active suspension or controlled anti-roll bar systems.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00423110902923461 fatcat:gqcweqdnefaarmnv26r5pjmery

Noise source characteristics in the ISO 362 vehicle pass-by noise test: Literature review

M.E. Braun, S.J. Walsh, J.L. Horner, R. Chuter
2013 Applied Acoustics  
The characteristics of the four major noise sources (engine, intake system, exhaust system, tyre/road system) contributing to pass-by noise as well as current prediction methods are reviewed.  ...  A B S T R A C T Since many people are exposed to road traffic noise in urban areas, current legislation aims to limit vehicle noise emissions.  ...  For both techniques, the availability of physical prototypes has to be assumed.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.apacoust.2013.04.005 fatcat:j7rvmeh4pjb5tezap7j7w5fz3m

Résumés du Congrès TIAFT - ICADTS (28-30 août 2007, Seattle, USA)

2007 Annales de Toxicologie Analytique  
The trends and themes of other drugs will also be reported especially in relation to traffic injuries.  ...  Of all causes with alcohol detected, 2726 (37%) were due to intentional self-harm, followed by 2005 (27%) being transport related, 932 (12%) due to poisoning and 553 (7%) being fall related.  ...  For road side surveys: Age, gender, time, date, vehicle type, professional use of car, road type and sample analysis result.  ... 
doi:10.1051/ata:2007030 fatcat:fygdhm2w5rec5dug7xsnq477wm

Effects of errorless learning on the acquisition of velopharyngeal movement control

Andus Wing-Kuen Wong, Tara Whitehill, Estella Ma, Rich Masters
2012 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
Infants' abilities to discern differences in native-language sounds increase, and their abilities to discriminate sounds from other languages decreases.  ...  Understanding the interaction between biology and culture in human learning in the domain of language may unlock some of the mysteries and mechanisms of the human mind.  ...  New semi-active muffler system based on the H-Q tube concept.  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.4708235 fatcat:7wzupz5u2nd6nc7ttvbpxwvunm

Downloadable Full Issue

2020 Hungarian Journal of Industry and Chemistry  
The advantage of the system is that it can be easily mounted on any car which does not need to be driven at low speeds.  ...  In this work, the effect of computer-generated virtual images on the efficiency of different neural network architectures is examined.  ...  Acknowledgements The research was carried out as part of the "Autonomous Vehicle Systems Research related to the Autonomous Vehicle Proving Ground of Zalaegerszeg (EFOP-3.6.2-16-2017-00002)" project in  ... 
doi:10.33927/931 fatcat:pgjn46w74vb5djx3koev7lnsty

Engineered Nanomaterials for Energy Applications [chapter]

2018 Handbook of Nanomaterials for Industrial Applications  
The impact of 'engineered-nanomaterials' in cost effective fabrication of micro/nanosensors, and on site energy harvesting devices using 'printing technology' for Internet of things (IoT) applications  ...  Combining the cost effective printing of active devices using polymeric molecules with known electronic/optoelectronic transport properties and 2D-layered materials like graphene and other graphene like  ...  The present study of IoT is meant for initiating R&D activities involving academia, industry, and Confederation of Indian Industry to undertake specific programs of industrial applications in future.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-813351-4.00043-2 fatcat:oll37w4cnvfbhnmcqdd3b5cavq