1987-11-08

An Analytical Study of Small Commercial Vehicle Stability 871182

An analysis of lateral and directional steady state stability of a typical small commercial vehicle configuration is performed limiting the movement to three degrees of freedom: side slipping, yawing and rolling. Based on the analysis, a parametric study is performed to investigate the influence of some design and operational parameters, in order to arrive at some design guidelines.

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