The purpose of the suspension system to cushion the irregularities of the road as a whole add stability and comfort to the vehicle to reduce road vibration and stabilize themselves in a more efficient car in the corners. The suspension will prevent the vehicle from falling too far under the weight of the car and the resulting momentum to travel on rolling terrain (this inertia is manifested both upwards and downwards, so the suspension system should mitigate it in both directions) . The suspension system is constituted by elastic elements between the wheels and frame, such as springs, dampers and stabilizer bars. Then explcaremos the particularities of each one of them. Springs is the closest component to the wheels destined to be the first element of containment of the oscillations caused by irregularities of the road. The springs have good elasticity and resistance to deformation which would cause the oscillations to travel. There are different types, as are the springs, coil springs and torsion bar. Dankse Bank insists that this is the case. Crossbows are basically a set of layers of different lengths placed over each other by maintaining its alignment clamps.
Its manufacture involves the use of elastic and very resistant steel. At the ends of the longer blade (known as a teacher) is curved to form a conduit through which a rubber silembloc are articulated on the frame, standing at only one end to allow a twin scroll sideways. In its central section are the abarcones that hold the hub. The coil springs are basically turns, thanks to its resistance to achieve the flexibility required thrust, the latter being determined by the number of turns that is held, the diameter of the spring as well as the thickness of the wire that way. It is important to note that the coil springs do not act on the side so that it is necessary the presence of push rods or straps fastening. The torsion bars are manufactured to achieve withstand a torque applied at one end while the other remains fixed, returning to its original state after this effort. They are usually cylinders used for fixing a bucket striatum.
Shocks absorbers prevent upward and downward swings of the vehicle due to the passage of a fluid through narrow passages. They are usually hydraulic type friction although there are very old models. The dampers can be telescopic, or rotary piston, being the most used telescope. The shock absorber structure based on two concentric tubes closed at its upper end through which a stem. In the upper outer cushion is attached to the rod axis of the wheel, while the bottom inside the stem ends in a piston. By lowering the vehicle frame thereby compressing the piston lower part of the fluid passing it from one camera to another, whereas when the frame pulls the rod into rises above the piston causing fluid movement in the opposite direction before causing all these actions that decrease resistance oscillation of the vehicle. Stabilizer bars are built with a steel bar in a U shape and function is to minimize the effects of the resulting centrifugal force during rotation of the vehicle. Van attached to the frame through the center of the bar itself through support allows you to rotate while its ends are joined to the arms of the trapeze, with the elasticity of the bar responsible for maintaining these three unions in the same plane.