1988-10-01

The Braking Performance of Commercial Vehicles while Cornering with and without an Anti-Lock System 881823

One of the most common and technically interesting handling maneuvers in everyday service is braking in a turn. For this reason the braking performance in a turn is one of the most important points in the vehicle concept, which has to be precisely observed when designing a motor vehicle. The reactions of the vehicle must demonstrate, after the corresponding optimizations on the vehicle have been completed, a most favorable compromise between steerability, directional stability and deceleration.

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