1973-02-01

High-Speed Uniformity Machines and Nature of Tire Force Variations 730691

High-speed tire uniformity machines may be used to measure three-dimensional tire force variations (tire uniformity) that cannot be measured at low speeds. Prototype machines described and some inherent problems outlined. Typical tire force variations, the influence of certain variables on such force variations, and the significance of these force variations are also given.

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