Tire and Vehicle Dynamics

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Butterworth-Heinemann, 09.04.2012 - 672 Seiten
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The definitive book on tire mechanics by the acknowledged world expert

  • Covers everything you need to know about pneumatic tires and their impact on vehicle performance, including mathematic modeling and its practical application
  • Written by the acknowledged world authority on the topic and the name behind the most widely used model, Pacejka's 'Magic Formula'
  • Updated with the latest information on new and evolving tire models to ensure you can select the right model for your needs, apply it appropriately and understand its limitations

In this well-known resource, leading tire model expert Hans Pacejka explains the relationship between operational variables, vehicle variables and tire modeling, taking you on a journey through the effective modeling of complex tire and vehicle dynamics problems.

Covering the latest developments to Pacejka's own industry-leading model as well as the widely-used models of other pioneers in the field, the book combines theory, guidance, discussion and insight in one comprehensive reference.

While the details of individual tire models are available in technical papers published by SAE, FISITA and other automotive organizations, Tire and Vehicle Dynamics remains the only reliable collection of information on the topic and the standard go-to resource for any engineer or researcher working in the area.



  • New edition of the definitive book on tire mechanics, by the acknowledged world authority on the topic
  • Covers everything an automotive engineer needs to know about pneumatic tires and their impact on vehicle performance, including mathematic modelling and its practical application
  • Most vehicle manufacturers use what is commonly known as Pacejka's 'Magic Formula', the tire model developed and presented in this book
 

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Inhalt

Chapter 2 Basic Tire Modeling Considerations
59
Chapter 3 Theory of SteadyState Slip Force and Moment Generation
87
Chapter 4 SemiEmpirical Tire Models
149
Chapter 5 NonSteadyState OutofPlane StringBased Tire Models
211
Chapter 6 Theory of the Wheel Shimmy Phenomenon
287
Chapter 7 SingleContactPoint Transient Tire Models
329
Chapter 8 Applications of Transient Tire Models
355
Chapter 9 Short Wavelength Intermediate Frequency Tire Model
403
Chapter 12 Tire SteadyState and Dynamic Test Facilities
567
Chapter 13 Outlines of Three Advanced Dynamic Tire Models
577
References
593
List of Symbols
603
Appendix 1 Sign Conventions for Force and Moment and Wheel Slip
609
Appendix 2 Online Information
611
Appendix 3 MFTireMFSwift Parameters and Estimation Methods
613
Index
627

10 Dynamic Tire Response to Short Road Unevennesses
475
Chapter 11 Motorcycle Dynamics
505

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Über den Autor (2012)

1934 Born in Rotterdam, the Netherlands

1946-1951 Highschools in Rotterdam and Bandung (Indonesia)

1959 MSc. degree in Mechanical Engineering at TU-Delft

1966 Ph.D. degree at the Delft University of Technology

Thesis on the Wheel Shimmy Phenomenon

Advisers: Prof. De Pater and Prof. Van Eldik Thieme

!966-1996 Professor of Vehicle System Engineering

Delft University of Technology

1971 Visiting professor at HSRI (UMTRI), University of Michigan

!972-1989 Editor in Chief of journal Vehicle System Dynamics

1977-1989 Secretary General of the International Association for Vehicle System Dynamics (IAVSD)

!989 Honorary Doctorate

Stockholm Royal Institute of Technology

1993-2006 Consultant TNO-Automotive, The Netherlands

1994-2000 President of IAVSD

2002- 2012 Author of book (1st, 2nd ,3d editions) 'Tire and Vehicle Dynamics'

Hans' areas of expertise include theoretical and experimental research on the dynamics of road vehicles and on the mechanical behaviour of pneumatic tires, and Bond graph modeling of dynamic systems.

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