suspension load

suspension load

[sə′spen·shən ¦lōd]
(geology)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The company provides systems solutions for suspension load management and associated areas.
The second state after applying a static suspension force F, the static suspension load will compress the gas volume inside the accumulators isothermally to new pressure [P.sub.H,1] & [P.sub.L,1] and new volume [V.sub.H,1] & [V.sub.L,1].
* Basic Traction (BT)--Lowers the lift axle regardless of suspension load and maintains a 50/50 load split between the lift axle and drive axle during loading or unloading, prolonged stops or areas that require 50/50 load splits between tandem axles.
Applying the shaft design approach by Lechner and Naunheimer [3], by maximum shear/principal stress theory, MSR and MPR should be within material permissible limits for safe design, which establishes the criteria for shaft design, when the shaft undergoes both torsional loads (due to engine torque) and axial suspension loads. The above approach helps in the preliminary design of the drive-shaft.
To achieve this, the rear suspension receives 21 per cent thicker trailing arms to better manage heavy suspension loads, while new bushings allow for more ride compliance and quicker response times.
To achieve this, the rear suspension receives 21 percent thicker trailing arms to better manage heavy suspension loads, while new bushings allow for more ride compliance and quicker response times.
The upper damper mounts are located on the body side rails for greater rigidity; notably, the setup transmits suspension loads to the rigid body side frame, rather than to the rear wheelhouse, thereby allowing the tuning of the bushings to accommodate both ride comfort and precise handling.
Two hydraulic rear-axle road simulators apply suspension loads. The system is designed for the development of road-ready clutch, launch and seamless gear-shift systems, while inner and outer suspension (uprights and hubs) can be analysed for performance and reliability.
These transmissions form an integral part of the vehicle structure and have to carry all of the aerodynamic and suspension loads at the rear of the race vehicle.
Currently, it's impossible to carry all the suspension loads and powertrain loads directly into the plastic without driving the cost of the composite sky high.