Electric Generator in the System for Damping Oscillations of Vehicles

A. Serebryakov 1 , E. Kamolins 1 ,  and N. Levin 2
  • 1 Riga Technical University, 12/1 Azenes Str., Riga, LV-1048, Latvia
  • 2 Institute of Physical Energetics, , 11 Krivu Str., Riga, LV-1006, Latvia

Abstract

The control systems for the objects of industry, power generation, transport, etc. are extremely complicated; functional efficiency of these systems determines to a great extent the safe and non-polluting operation as well as convenience of service and repair of such objects. The authors consider the possibility to improve the efficiency of systems for damping oscillations in transport using a combination of electrical (generators of rotational and linear types) and hydraulic means. Better efficiency of functioning is achieved through automatic control over the operational conditions of such a system in order to make it adaptive to variations in the road profile and ambient temperature; besides, it is possible to produce additional electric energy.

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