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 ENG  Vol.9 No.11 , November 2017
Research on Ride Comfort Model of Wheel Motor Driving Vehicle Based on Matlab/Simulink
Abstract: Simulink is a visual simulation tool in MATLAB; through Simulink software, to establish a model can reduce the amount of programming workload, and improve the efficiency of the establishment of automotive models. The ride comfort of the vehicle is a measure of the most basic indicators of a car performance. By establishing a ride comfort model in Matlab/Simulink, the wheel motor electric vehicle mainly affects the smoothness of the car mainly in the following aspects: pavement, tire, suspension, motor and so on. Through the establishment of the above model, we can effectively study the wheel motor drive electric vehicle ride comfort research.
Cite this paper: Xiao, W. , Xuan, F. and Zhang, H. (2017) Research on Ride Comfort Model of Wheel Motor Driving Vehicle Based on Matlab/Simulink. Engineering, 9, 950-961. doi: 10.4236/eng.2017.911057.
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