Lateral Maneuvers of Passenger Vehicles—Subjective Impressions versus Dynamic Measurements and the Role of the Tire 810064
Engineers who are developing new models of vehicles invest considerable effort in adjusting the steering characteristics to conform with specific commercial objectives. In this process, tires have to be redesigned so that their steering properties match the requirements imposed by the physical nature of the vehicle and the subjective reactions of test drivers. One method for the identification of the underlying physical system, and the determination of the required tire properties proceeds by the general approach outlined in the paper.
Citation: Oblizajek, K. and Lippmann, S., "Lateral Maneuvers of Passenger Vehicles—Subjective Impressions versus Dynamic Measurements and the Role of the Tire," SAE Technical Paper 810064, 1981, https://doi.org/10.4271/810064. Download Citation