Dynamic Model - Team Suicycle

Dynamic Model - Team Suicycle - DYNAMIC MODEL SELECTION 1...

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1 Me 454 | Team Suicycle | Linus Garrett, Mark Kempton, Max Broehl, Nick Cornilsen, Blair Hasler | January 25, DYNAMIC MODEL SELECTION
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2 Me 454 | Team Suicycle | Linus Garrett, Mark Kempton, Max Broehl, Nick Cornilsen, Blair Hasler | January 25, INTRODUCTION Objective– Find a relevant and simple model for bicycle/rider dynamics. Methods– Search in archival literature Results– A Multibody Model for the Simulation of Bicycle Suspension Systems Discussion– Strengths and weaknesses of this selection
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3 Me 454 | Team Suicycle | Linus Garrett, Mark Kempton, Max Broehl, Nick Cornilsen, Blair Hasler | January 25, Methods Archival literature: § Compendex database § Google Scholar Keywords for our searches were: § bicycle dynamic model § front suspension model § interactive bicycle simulator § vibration sub-model The following authors had multiple publications related to bicycle models: § Andy Ruina, Cornell University § M. L. Hull Professor, University of California § Robin S. Sharp, Imperial College London DATABASES SEARCHED & SEARCH TERMS USED
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4 Me 454 | Team Suicycle | Linus Garrett, Mark Kempton, Max Broehl, Nick Cornilsen, Blair Hasler | January 25, Methods Cont. Selection of articles for review was determined by § Similarity to the physical system we want to model § Quality of the proposed ideas § Quality and simplicity of the mathematical formulas used to describe the bicycle model Most articles were rejected because their mathematical model was too complex. Other articles were rejected because of they didn’t include front suspension in their bicycle model. Description of Article Selection Process
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5 Me 454 | Team Suicycle | Linus Garrett, Mark Kempton, Max Broehl, Nick Cornilsen, Blair Hasler | January 25, results Based on this selection criteria we chose the model described in “A Multibody Model for the Simulation of Bicycle Suspension Systems” . § Describes a two-dimensional mathematical model for the motion of a bicycle-rider system with wheel suspension § Predicts vibrational stress on the rider due to uneven track § Model was evaluated by comparing its predictions with actual measurements of accelerations on the human/bicycle system § The results show that this dynamic model is adequate for designing and
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