A Review on the Design and Analysis of Vehicle Suspension System


  • Rashmi Paliwal
  • Rahul Shrivastava




Global Warming, Suspension System, Automobiles, Vehicle Suspension System.


In automobiles, a double-wishbone suspension is an independent suspension structure that uses two wishbones to support the wheel and the maximum load is transferred from the upper wishbone to the lower one, which can lead to failure and deflection of the triangle wheel inferior. The developed lower triangle consists of three holes at one end which are attached to the wheel hub, and the other end is connected to the frame, which is placed between the steering arms. This article introduces the vehicle's engine and suspension system, as well as the description of global warming and the effects of global warming.


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Author Biographies

Rashmi Paliwal

M Tech. Scholar

Oriental Institute of Technology

Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India

Rahul Shrivastava

Assistant Professor

Oriental Institute of Technology

Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India


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How to Cite

Paliwal, R. ., & Shrivastava, R. . (2021). A Review on the Design and Analysis of Vehicle Suspension System . SMART MOVES JOURNAL IJOSCIENCE, 7(7). https://doi.org/10.24113/ijoscience.v7i7.415