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Proceedings of 2003 IEEE Conference on Control Applications, 2003. CCA 2003.
and damper do not provide energy to the suspension system and control only the motion of the car body and wheel by limiting the suspension velocity according to the rate determined by the designer, T~ the above problem, active suspension systems have been proposed by various [3,4,51. Active suspension systems dynamically respond to changes in the road profile because of their ability to supply energy that can be used to oroduce relative motion between the body Absfracl-The purpose of this paperdoi:10.1109/cca.2003.1223325 fatcat:jh7chccgjncbxhfteuw4zt77n4