Tyre rolling kinematics and prediction of tyre forces and moments: part II - simulation and experiment

  • There are two aims for the second part of this paper: verifying the theory presented in the first part through parameter variation and comparison between simulation and experiment, and to study the effect of the belt structure on the cornering properties of radial tyres. Research has been carried out with a passenger car radial tyre and two different kinds of truck or bus radial tyres using both simulation and experiment. This second part of the paper shows that belt structure plays an importantThere are two aims for the second part of this paper: verifying the theory presented in the first part through parameter variation and comparison between simulation and experiment, and to study the effect of the belt structure on the cornering properties of radial tyres. Research has been carried out with a passenger car radial tyre and two different kinds of truck or bus radial tyres using both simulation and experiment. This second part of the paper shows that belt structure plays an important role in the generation of tyre forces and moments in addition to the effects of the tread stiffness and friction coefficients. The theory and method presented in this paper opens a new robust way to predict the tyre forces and moments from the tyre design and provides a reliable model for a generation mechanism.show moreshow less

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Author:Yintao Wei, Christian Oertel, Xiaoliang Shena
DOI:https://doi.org/10.1080/00423114.2012.694453
Parent Title (English):In: Vehicle system dynamics 50 (2012) 11, 1689-1706
Document Type:Article
Language:English
Year of Publishing:2012
Date of Publication (online):2014/01/17
Release Date:2014/01/17
First Page:1689
Last Page:1706
Institutes:Fachbereich Technik
University Bibliography:Hochschulbibliographie
Licence (German):Creative Commons - Namensnennung, Nicht kommerziell, Keine Bearbeitung