| The latest release is V4.650A (Build 1243.0). .. |
Added the speedway style rear suspension, using a Winters torque tube axle, 4 links, birdcages and Jacobs ladder.
Deleted the "Scale" parameter. For scale models, premultiply all dimensions by the scale factor.
Automatic generation of roll centre and swing axle lengths.
Automatic generation of chassis pivot points.
Camber adjustment location on top, bottom or both links.
Store & recall suspension design data. Display of camber, roll centre, castor & wheel scrub in roll and bump.
A choice of shock absorber actuation styles for wishbone suspensions:
conventional outboard mounting
inboard mounting with rocking top arm
pullrod pushrod and floating shock absorber
Display of wheel rates at various stages in suspension travel
Generation of spring design parameters
Anti-roll bar rate calculations
Dynamic chassis roll angle and weight transfer calculations
Automatic generation of steering rack position to minimise bump steer
Display of bump steer and toe-out in turn characteristics
Drive shaft plunge Weight distribution
Automatic checking of a range of design parameters to find the "best" solution.
SusProg3D Designer supports full 3D specification of all
Wishbone pivot axes may be tapered in both plan view and for anti-dive/anti-squat in side view, and
for any chassis location point for suspension spring units.
User specified chassis datums.
User specified axis naming and orientation.
Camber and castor adjustment on specified wishbone links..
SusProg3D Help File now available as a PDF file (approx 10MB)
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Ford Falcon, Mcsorley 442 Locost Chassis
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