Vehicle Model with Double-Wishbone Front and Trailing-Arm Rear Suspension MapleSim Model - Vehicle Model with Double-Wishbone Front and Trailing-Arm Rear Suspension S-Function - MapleSim Model Gallery

Vehicle Model with Double-Wishbone Front and Trailing-Arm Rear Suspension

This model represents a vehicle model with double wishbone front suspension and trailing arm suspension in the rear. It includes a rack-and-pinion steering mechanism and uses a Fiala tire model for the tire/contact patch interaction. The simulation is of a lane-change maneuver.

This model uses the MapleSim Tire Component Library.

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  • VehicleModelDWTrailArm Tire models provide a greater level of realism, while still maintaining fast simulation times.
  • 3d image 3D image of suspension model
  • model Model diagram of chassis with steering input
  • Subsystem Subsystem view of chassis with tire components and detailed steering column
  • Plot Simulation results showing velocity in x, y and z directions
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