Tommy Cookers wrote:Am I the only one who finds the original question ambiguous and contradictory ?
With Active why would one want to lean into corners ?
With Active surely the suspension geometry is quite unimportant ?
It depends what is actually active. If its only active ride, then the roll centres still affect the amount of load going throug the ride actuator so they are important.
If you have active ride and active kinematics, perhaps they are not so important.
I'd say there are more gains to be made using active ride by controlling the things you cant see (forces) compared to what you do see (body roll ). After all, the primary purpose of roll centre analyses are for load transfer calcs not just roll angle calcs.