What is active damping suspension?
The active suspension is a type of car suspension that controls the vertical movement of the wheels in relation to the chassis or body of the vehicle with a system on board, instead of passive suspension when the movement is determined entirely by the road surface.
What is vibration damper?
Definition of vibration clamps Device designed to compensate and reduce the effects of torsion vibrations on the engine shaft. It may include rubber cone, tension spring, friction plate, belt slot(s), and similar.
What are balancing dampers?
Balance dampers are simply manual butterfly dampers integrated into a handle. Each branch has a balance damper installed. In this way, you can adjust the air flow by adjusting the position of the damper.
What is coilover damper?
Shock absorbers. A winding monotube is a single piston and a single set of rods in a damping housing in which compression and rebound occurs.
What is an active damper system?
The active depreciation system. This system immediately adjusts the suspension to calm down driving or sharpen handling depending on driving conditions and IDS regulation. It allows the vehicle to stay comfortable during the freeway cruise, but firm when the road requires high performance handling.
What is continuous damping control?
Continuous damping control (CDC) calculates and activates the necessary stiffness of the dampers according to the load and deformation of weight on the vehicle, as well as the conditions of the road surface. During braking or acceleration, when facing, or on the hills, this suppresses throw and swing movements.