# MV-3023: Optimize a Suspension

In this tutorial, you will learn how to setup an optimization problem using MotionSolve's Optimization Wizard for a suspension model.

- Defining point coordinates as design variables
- Defining a response type 'Root Mean Square Deviation' for matching curve
- Using the responses as objectives
- Running the optimization and comparing the results in HyperGraph

- Introduction
- In this tutorial, you will reproduce the suspension optimization problem in MV-3010 (Optimization using MotionView - HyperStudy). The location (y and z coordinates) of both inner tie-rod ball joint and outer tie-rod ball joint are changed so that the toe vs. ride height curve matches a given desired target curve.

## Add Design Variables

In this step, you will add design variables for the optimization.

## Add Response Variables

In this step, you will add response variables to the optimization.

## Add Objectives and Constraints

In this step, you will add an objective to the problem.

## Run the Optimization

In this step, you will run the optimization.

## Post-Process

In this step, you will post-process the results of the optimization.