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Volume 10 article 236 pages: 185 - 190
Dynamic simulation, based
on modeling, has a significant role in vehicle development, especially in the
early stages of design process, when relevant parameters are being defined. In
praxis it is usually assumed that vibration parameters are unchangeable, what
is basically wrong. All researches indicate that vibration parameters degrade
in time of vehicle service, consequently leading to a variation of its dynamic
characteristics. This paper, based on preliminary research results, attempts to
point out the necessity of taking into consideration this variation in the
earliest phases of vehicle design by its implementation in the vehicle
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