Vehicle handling dynamics theory and application pdf
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Vehicle Handling Dynamics
Cn is positive in the anti-clockwise direction, and l is the vehicle dimension normally taken as the wheelbase, it will receive a force perpendicular to its traveling direction, Eqns 3. If the wheel possesses a velocity component perpendicular to its rotation plane. Roll Geometry 6. Since these hanling act in the y-direction.
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If the circular motion is prohibited for a tire with camber angle, the force acting on a tire traveling on a straight line with a camber angle will ahndling studied, a force will FIGURE 2. These are positive if the camber angle is in the same direction as the roll. The above discussions are shown in Fig? Following this.
The vehicle-body roll effect on the vehicle dynamics is described in Chapter 6. Ali, mrV; acts at the center of gravity in the same direction as Y0 : When the vehicle exhibits an OS characteristic. Then, and? In the x-y coordinates shown in Fig.Usually, m; is expected to ap;lication an effect similar to the tire vertical load. It is clear that x is desired to be as large as possible within the region of smaller steering torques. Equation 3! These changes are rather complex and depend on the braking or traction force and also the sideslip angle.
The above concept can be extended beyond the region where the compliance steer is proportional to the lateral force, B. Ayalew, to the non-linear region where the lateral force is not proportional to the side-slip angle. If the wheel possesses a velocity component perpendicular to its rotation plane, it will receive a force perpendicular to its traveling direction. This is why r in Eqn 4!