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Bundorf Analysis - Explanation of Terms

... across the vehicle the tire's ability to provide cornering force for a given slip

... across the vehicle the tire's ability to provide cornering force for a given slip

**angle**changes ... See also Tire load sensitivity Roll**steer**... As the vehicle rolls the kinematics of the suspension provide a change in the**steer angle**of the tire ...Bicycle And Motorcycle Dynamics - Lateral Dynamics - Turning - Countersteering

... of that turn, a bike must momentarily

... of that turn, a bike must momentarily

**steer**in the opposite direction ... With the front wheel now at a finite**angle**to the direction of motion, a lateral force is developed at the contact patch of the tire ... While the initial**steer**torque and**steer angle**are both opposite the desired turn direction, this may not be the case to maintain a steady-state turn ...Bicycle And Motorcycle Dynamics - Lateral Dynamics - Lateral Motion Theory - Equations of Motion

... second-order differential equations, the lean equation and the

... second-order differential equations, the lean equation and the

**steer**equation where is the lean**angle**of the rear assembly, is the**steer angle**of the front ... is symmetric in and asymmetric in , is a vector of lean**angle**and**steer angle**, and is a vector of external forces, the moments mentioned above ... and linearized model, there are many geometric parameters (wheelbase, head**angle**, mass of each body, wheel radius, etc.), but only four significant variables lean**angle**...### Famous quotes containing the words angle and/or steer:

“The inhabitants of earth behold commonly but the dark and shadowy under side of heaven’s pavement; it is only when seen at a favorable *angle* in the horizon, morning or evening, that some faint streaks of the rich lining of the clouds are revealed.”

—Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

“A great deal of us is together, and we can but abide by it, and *steer* our courses to meet soon. John Thomas says goodnight to Lady Jane, a little droopingly, but with hopeful heart.”

—D.H. (David Herbert)

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