Demand Dependent Active Suspensions for Preventing Vehicle Rollover [ 2007-02-01 - 2010-12-31 ]

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Researchers: Dr Haiping Du (Chief Investigator) ,  Dr Shoudong Huang (Chief Investigator) ,  A/Prof Nong Zhang (Chief Investigator)

Brief description Demand Dependent Active Suspensions for Preventing Vehicle Rollover. Rollover crashes are a major public safety issue in Australia. Reliable and low cost anti-roll technology and the availability of required design methodology and simulation tools will greatly assist the automotive industry in improving vehicle safety and consequently enhance its competitiveness in the global marketplace. The knowledge acquired from this project would provide an essential theoretical basis for commercialising the proposed suspensions and enhance the exports of Australian car component manufacturers. It would also benefit aeronautical, military and other industries. The wide community would benefit by potentially reduced death rates and fatal injuries caused by rollover crashes, and through increased employment in industry.

Funding Amount $120,000

Funding Scheme Discovery Projects

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