This paper deals with the application of a dynamic sizing methodology for car suspensions for different given aims of dynamic behavior aims in braking situations. The methodology is based on the establishment of the inverse model from the bond graph representation of the system by using the bicausality concept. By means of an automotive car suspension example and for specific dynamic trajectories imposed on the inverse model, we show how information on the system variables can be obtained in a dynamical sizing phase.

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