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Sensor Calibration Technique and Check Method for Active Damper System

Article of Honda R&D Technical Review Vol.19 No.1

Summary

An active damper system is an electronically controlled damping force suspension system. Technology for calibrating the sensor of this system and a method of checking its operation were developed. The wheel stroke position is calibrated when the wheels are moved up and down by driving the vehicle over a bump, and the operation of the sensors is checked simultaneously. The sensors were calibrated and their operations were checked within a few seconds without the need of any dedicated equipment.

Reference

(1) Izawa, M., Kato, T., Fukuzato, T., Sekiya, S.: Development of a Roll Control Method Using a Variable Damper that Takes into Account Ride Performance while
Steering, AVEC, 060184, p. 199-203 (2006)
(2) Kogou, H., Mita, T.: System control theory initiation, Jikkyo Shuppan

Author (organization or company)

Shigenobu SEKIYA(Automobile R&D Center)、Masaki IZAWA(Automobile R&D Center)、Yoshitaka HIRAI(Honda Motor Co., Ltd.)

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