Browse Publications Technical Papers 2005-01-0825
2005-04-11

Effect of Tire Stiffness on Vehicle Loads 2005-01-0825

Tire stiffness can have a significant effect on the spindle and component loads. While its’ effect on the component loads may show a different trend. This paper deals with data acquisition loads using Wheel Force Transducer (WFT) with 17 inch, 18 inch and 20 inch tires and shows how the spindle loads changed for different tire. These loads are applied on the analytical suspension model to generate both component and the body attachment loads. Some of the measured channels are correlated for all the wheel sizes for multiple events to ensure the confidence in the model. It is found that even if spindle loads are increased with tire stiffness, the component loads do not necessarily show a similar trend. This paper studies why higher spindle forces do not always give higher component loads and what are the possible alternatives one may look into to shortlist or select one set of loads over the other.

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