- Volume 29 Issue 1
One commercial package for magnetic analysis was used to apply repulsive forces of permanent magnetics to bicycle cushion system. Reliabilities of finite element analysis were acquired by comparing with those of experimental measurements. Equivalent spring stiffnesses corresponding to various sizes of magnetics were implemented into the bicycle dynamic model with three degree of freedom. Input force caused at front and rear wheels due to road unevenness was considered in the dynamic model. Dynamic behaviors were observed in terms of vertical displacements of the rider and the front reach as well as pitching displacement of the mass center when the bicycle ran over half-triangular bump. The methodology suggested in this paper by the finite element analysis and numerical model will be an useful tool for more accurate prediction of cushion design for any vehicle system if magnetic forces are utilized.
magnetic force;cushion equipment;bicycle dynamic model
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