Fukudome, H., "Reduction of Longitudinal Vehicle Vibration Using In-Wheel Motors," SAE Technical Paper 2016-01-1668, 2016, doi:10.4271/2016-01-1668.
This study analyzed the longitudinal vibration of a vehicle body and unsprung mass. Calculations and tests verified that longitudinal vibration can be reduced using in-wheel motors, which generate torque very quickly. Despite increasing demand for measures to enhance ride comfort considering longitudinal vibration, this type of vibration cannot be absorbed or controlled using a conventional suspension. This paper describes the reduction of vehicle longitudinal vibration that cannot be controlled by conventional actuators.