A New Method for Determining Tire Traction on Ice 2000-01-1640
The development of tires traction models is very important for tire mechanics and automobile dynamics. Based on principle of thermal balance and theory of frictional melting, a new method for determining tire traction on an iced highway was presented. It was shown that the computed results could compare with the available test results. The advantages of a car with CTI-DS travelling on ice or compact snow were demonstrated in theory and in experiment. It was recommended that an automobile be operating at lower inflation pressures to increase tire traction force on the above highways.
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