Adaptive Frame of Universal Vehicle Course
A. Asemkhanuly1, *, Zh. Niyazova1, A. Karpov1, R. Ustemirova1, A. Kainarbekov1
Identifiers and Pagination:Year: 2020
First Page: 194
Last Page: 203
Publisher Id: TOTJ-14-194
Article History:Received Date: 11/4/2020
Revision Received Date: 25/7/2020
Acceptance Date: 3/8/2020
Electronic publication date: 25/11/2020
Collection year: 2020
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Motor vehicles play an important role in the economies of many countries, providing efficient means of transporting goods and people. These vehicles can also have significant impacts on safety, infrastructure and the environment.
The design of the suspension affects the vehicle's performance, in terms of the drive, damage to infrastructure, the working space of the suspension, power, and stability against overturning, stability against yaw, braking, and traction.
The article considers the types and methods of application of adaptive suspensions of modern vehicles, justifies the feasibility of their use for various vehicles, such as modern cars, tractors, etc., which allows the usage of these vehicles for traffic in different road conditions - mountainous terrains with a slope of more than 35o, steppe off-road conditions with frontal obstacles up to half the length of the wheel radius.
The existing control schemes and prospects for their further development can be improved and intelligent transport systems could be introduced.