Tire and Vehicle Dynamics
Society of Automotive Engineers, Incorporated, 2006 - Technology & Engineering - 642 pages
Professor Pacejka provides both basic and advanced explanations of the pneumatic tyre and its impact on vehicle dynamics. Theory is supported by experimental observations that are used to reveal the processes by which tyre forces are generated.
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Tyre Characteristics and Vehicle Handling and Stability
2 Fourwheel steer condition that vehicle slip angle vanishes
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adhesion aligning torque amplitude approximation assessed axle becomes behaviour belt braking brush model camber angle carcass coefficient combined slip compliance considered contact centre contact length contact line contact patch cornering stiffness corresponding damping defined depicted diagram differential equations dynamic effective rolling radius equal to zero frequency response functions friction gyroscopic couple horizontal input limit-cycle linear load transfer longitudinal force longitudinal slip Magic Formula mode motion non-dimensional non-linear Nyquist plot obtained occur oscillation overturning couple Pacejka parameters path curvature ply-steer pneumatic trail quantities rear relaxation length respect resulting road plane road surface rolling resistance shimmy shows side force side slip sliding slip angle slip speed slope spin stability steady-state steer angle step responses string model tana transient slip tread elements tread width turn slip tyre model unstable values variation vector vehicle velocity vertical load wavelength wheel centre wheel load wheel plane yaw angle