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Old 07-06-2011, 01:18 AM
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Designing of multilink suspension

I need to design a multilink suspension.Plz help.I need to start from the basics

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What is you intention for the design... what vehicle... what are you doing with it ect... need a little more to go on. If you are studying basic theories there is a good book by Jerry Bickell that explains alot of basic approches.
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well,Basically my college is participating in SAE BAJA,INDIA.So we need to make an ATV(All Terrain Vehicle).So I thought of using multilinking suspension instead of a wishbone suspension.This suspension is good for off road and smaller vehicles.So I need basic guidance to design this kind of suspension.
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The book Chassis Engineering by Herb Adams and software package SusProg3D helped me get my stuff designed. Both are easy to understand and lay out the basics of front and rear suspension design. Susprog3D lets you design it and simulate chassis motion.
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thank you for the help.I 'll post again if I need further assistance.
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