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H. B. Pacejka, Igo Besselink, Society of Automotive Engineers.
出版情報: Elsevier ScienceDirect Books , Butterworth-Heinemann, 2012
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Exercises
Preface
Tire Characteristics and Vehicle Handling and Stability / 1:
Introduction / 1.1:
Tire and Axle Characteristics / 1.2:
Introduction to Tire Characteristics / 1.2.1:
Effective Axle Cornering Characteristics / 1.2.2:
Vehicle Handling and Stability / 13:
Differential Equations for Plane Vehicle Motions / 1.3.1:
Linear Analysis of the Two-Degree-of-Freedom Model / 1.3.2:
Nonlinear Steady-State Cornering Solutions / 1.3.3:
The Vehicle at Braking or Driving / 1.3.4:
The Moment Method / 1.3.5:
The Car-Trailer Combination / 1.3.6:
Vehicle Dynamics at More Complex Tire Slip Conditions / 1.3.7:
Basic Tire Modeling Considerations / 2:
Definition of Tire Input Quantities / 2.1:
Assessment of Tire Input Motion Components / 23:
Fundamental Differential Equations for a Rolling and Slipping Body / 2.4:
Tire Models (Introductory Discussion) / 2.5:
Theory of Steady-State Slip Force and Moment Generation / 3:
Tire Brush Model / 3.1:
Pure Side Slip / 3.2.1:
Pure Longitudinal Slip / 3.2.2:
Interaction between Lateral and Longitudinal Slip (Combined Slip) / 3.2.3:
Camber and Turning (Spin) / 3.2.4:
The Tread Simulation Model / 3.3:
Application: Vehicle Stability at Braking up to Wheel Lock / 3.4:
Semi-Empirical Tire Models / 4:
The Similarity Method / 4.1:
Pure Slip Conditions / 4.2.1:
Combined Slip Conditions / 4.2.2:
Combined Slip Conditions with Fx as Input Variable / 4.2.3:
The Magic Formula Tire Model / 4.3:
Model Description / 4.3.1:
Full Set of Equations / 4.3.2:
Extension of the Model for Turn Slip / 4.3.3:
Ply-Steer and Conicity / 4.3.4:
The Overturning Couple / 4.3.5:
Comparison with Experimental Data for a Car, a Truck, and a Motorcycle Tire / 4.3.6:
Non-Steady-State Out-of-Plane String-Based Tire Models / 5:
Review of Earlier Research / 5.1:
The Stretched String Model / 5.3:
Model Development / 5.3.1:
Step and Steady-State Response of the String Model / 5.3.2:
Frequency Response Functions of the String Model / 5.3.3:
Approximations and Other Models / 5.4:
Approximate Models / 5.4.1:
Other Models / 5.4.2:
Enhanced String Model with Tread Elements / 5.4.3:
Tire Inertia Effects / 5.5:
First Approximation of Dynamic Influence (Gyroscopic Couple) / 5.5.1:
Second Approximation of Dynamic Influence (First Harmonic) / 5.5.2:
Side Force Response to Time-Varying Load / 5.6:
String Model with Tread Elements Subjected to Load Variations / 5.6.1:
Adapted Bare String Model / 5.6.2:
The Force and Moment Response / 5.6.3:
Theory of the Wheel Shimmy Phenomenon Introduction / 6:
The Simple Trailing Wheel System with Yaw Degree of Freedom / 6.1:
Systems with Yaw and Lateral Degrees of Freedom / 6.3:
Yaw and Lateral Degrees of Freedom with Rigid Wheel/Tire (Third Order) / 6.3.1:
The Fifth-Order System / 6.3.2:
Shimmy and Energy Flow / 6.4:
Unstable Modes and the Energy Circle / 6.4.1:
Transformation of Forward Motion Energy into Shimmy Energy / 6.4.2:
Nonlinear Shimmy Oscillations / 6.5:
Single-Contact-Point Transient Tire Models / 7:
Linear Model / 7.1:
Semi-Non-Linear Model / 7.2.2:
Fully Nonlinear Model / 7.2.3:
Nonlagging Part / 7.2.4:
The Gyroscopic Couple / 7.2.5:
Enhanced Nonlinear Transient Tire Model / 7.3:
Applications of Transient Tire Models / 8:
Vehicle Response to Steer Angle Variations / 8.1:
Cornering on Undulated Roads / 8.2:
Longitudinal Force Response to Tire Nonuniformity, Axle Motions, and Road Unevenness / 8.3:
Effective Rolling Radius Variations at Free Rolling / 8.3.1:
Computation of the Horizontal Longitudinal Force Response / 8.3.2:
Frequency Response to Vertical Axle Motions / 8.3.3:
Frequency Response to Radial Run-out / 8.3.4:
Forced Steering Vibrations / 8.4:
Dynamics of the Unloaded System Excited by Wheel Unbalance / 8.4.1:
Dynamics of the Loaded System with Tire Properties Included / 8.4.2:
ABS Braking on Undulated Road / 8.5:
In-Plane Model of Suspension and Wheel/Tire Assembly / 8.5.1:
Antilock Braking Algorithm and Simulation / 8.5.2:
Starting from Standstill / 8.6:
Short Wavelength Intermediate Frequency Tire Model / 9:
The Contact Patch Slip Model / 9.1:
Brush Model Non-Steady-State Behavior / 9.2.1:
The Model Adapted to the Use of the Magic Formula / 9.2.2:
Parking Maneuvers / 9.2.3:
Tire Dynamics / 9.3:
Dynamic Equations / 9.3.1:
Constitutive Relations / 9.3.2:
Dynamic Tire Model Performance / 9.4:
Dedicated Dynamic Test Facilities / 9.4.1:
Dynamic Tire Simulation and Experimental Results / 9.4.2:
Dynamic Tire Response to Short Road Unevennesses / 10:
Tire Envelopment Properties / 10.1:
The Effective Road Plane Using Basic Functions / 10.1.2:
The Effective Road Plane Using the 'Cam' Road Feeler Concept / 10.1.3:
The Effective Rolling Radius When Rolling Over a Cleat / 10.1.4:
The Location of the Effective Road Plane / 10.1.5:
SWIFT on Road Unevennesses (Simulation and Experiment) / 10.2:
Two-Dimensional Unevennesses / 10.2.1:
Three-Dimensional Unevennesses / 10.2.2:
Motorcycle Dynamics / 11:
Geometry and Inertia / 11.1:
The Steer, Camber, and Slip Angles / 11.2.2:
Air Drag, Driving or Braking, and Fore-and-Aft Load Transfer / 11.2.3:
Tire Force and Moment Response / 11.2.4:
Linear Equations of Motion / 11.3:
The Kinetic Energy / 11.3.1:
The Potential Energy and the Dissipation Function / 11.3.2:
The Virtual Work / 11.3.3:
Complete Set of Linear Differential Equations / 11.3.4:
Stability Analysis and Step Responses / 11.4:
Free Uncontrolled Motion / 11.4.1:
Step Responses of Controlled Motion / 11.4.2:
Analysis of Steady-State Cornering / 11.5:
Linear Steady-State Theory / 11.5.1:
Non-Linear Analysis of Steady-State Cornering / 11.5.2:
Modes of Vibration at Large Lateral Accelerations / 11.5.3:
Tire Steady-State and Dynamic Test Facilities / 11.6:
Outlines of Three Advanced Dynamic Tire Models
The RMOD-K Tire Model (Christian Oertel) / 13.1:
The Nonlinear FEM Model / 13.1.1:
The Flexible Belt Model / 13.1.2:
Comparison of Various RMOD-K Models / 13.1.3:
The FTire Tire Model (Michael Gipser) / 13.2:
Structure Model / 13.2.1:
Tread Model / 13.2.3:
Model Data and Parametrization / 13.2.4:
The MF-Swift Tire Model (Igo Besselink) / 13.3:
Model Overview / 13.3.1:
MF-Tire/MF-Swift / 13.3.3:
Parameter Identification / 13.3.4:
Test and Model Comparison / 13.3.5:
References
List of Symbols
Sign Conventions for Force and Moment and Wheel Slip / Appendix 1:
Online Information / Appendix 2:
MF-Tire/MF-Swift Parameters and Estimation Methods / Appendix 3:
Index
Exercises
Preface
Tire Characteristics and Vehicle Handling and Stability / 1:
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図書

図書
edited by Hans B. Pacejka
出版情報: Amsterdam ; Berwyn, PA : Swets & Zeitlinger, c1993  vii, 192 p. ; 25 cm
シリーズ名: Vehicle system dynamics ; vol. 21 (supplement)
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電子ブック

EB
H. B. Pacejka, Igo Besselink, Society of Automotive Engineers., Hans Pacejka
出版情報: Elsevier ScienceDirect Books Complete , Butterworth-Heinemann, 2012
所蔵情報: loading…
目次情報: 続きを見る
Exercises
Preface
Tire Characteristics and Vehicle Handling and Stability / 1:
Introduction / 1.1:
Tire and Axle Characteristics / 1.2:
Introduction to Tire Characteristics / 1.2.1:
Effective Axle Cornering Characteristics / 1.2.2:
Vehicle Handling and Stability / 13:
Differential Equations for Plane Vehicle Motions / 1.3.1:
Linear Analysis of the Two-Degree-of-Freedom Model / 1.3.2:
Nonlinear Steady-State Cornering Solutions / 1.3.3:
The Vehicle at Braking or Driving / 1.3.4:
The Moment Method / 1.3.5:
The Car-Trailer Combination / 1.3.6:
Vehicle Dynamics at More Complex Tire Slip Conditions / 1.3.7:
Basic Tire Modeling Considerations / 2:
Definition of Tire Input Quantities / 2.1:
Assessment of Tire Input Motion Components / 23:
Fundamental Differential Equations for a Rolling and Slipping Body / 2.4:
Tire Models (Introductory Discussion) / 2.5:
Theory of Steady-State Slip Force and Moment Generation / 3:
Tire Brush Model / 3.1:
Pure Side Slip / 3.2.1:
Pure Longitudinal Slip / 3.2.2:
Interaction between Lateral and Longitudinal Slip (Combined Slip) / 3.2.3:
Camber and Turning (Spin) / 3.2.4:
The Tread Simulation Model / 3.3:
Application: Vehicle Stability at Braking up to Wheel Lock / 3.4:
Semi-Empirical Tire Models / 4:
The Similarity Method / 4.1:
Pure Slip Conditions / 4.2.1:
Combined Slip Conditions / 4.2.2:
Combined Slip Conditions with Fx as Input Variable / 4.2.3:
The Magic Formula Tire Model / 4.3:
Model Description / 4.3.1:
Full Set of Equations / 4.3.2:
Extension of the Model for Turn Slip / 4.3.3:
Ply-Steer and Conicity / 4.3.4:
The Overturning Couple / 4.3.5:
Comparison with Experimental Data for a Car, a Truck, and a Motorcycle Tire / 4.3.6:
Non-Steady-State Out-of-Plane String-Based Tire Models / 5:
Review of Earlier Research / 5.1:
The Stretched String Model / 5.3:
Model Development / 5.3.1:
Step and Steady-State Response of the String Model / 5.3.2:
Frequency Response Functions of the String Model / 5.3.3:
Approximations and Other Models / 5.4:
Approximate Models / 5.4.1:
Other Models / 5.4.2:
Enhanced String Model with Tread Elements / 5.4.3:
Tire Inertia Effects / 5.5:
First Approximation of Dynamic Influence (Gyroscopic Couple) / 5.5.1:
Second Approximation of Dynamic Influence (First Harmonic) / 5.5.2:
Side Force Response to Time-Varying Load / 5.6:
String Model with Tread Elements Subjected to Load Variations / 5.6.1:
Adapted Bare String Model / 5.6.2:
The Force and Moment Response / 5.6.3:
Theory of the Wheel Shimmy Phenomenon Introduction / 6:
The Simple Trailing Wheel System with Yaw Degree of Freedom / 6.1:
Systems with Yaw and Lateral Degrees of Freedom / 6.3:
Yaw and Lateral Degrees of Freedom with Rigid Wheel/Tire (Third Order) / 6.3.1:
The Fifth-Order System / 6.3.2:
Shimmy and Energy Flow / 6.4:
Unstable Modes and the Energy Circle / 6.4.1:
Transformation of Forward Motion Energy into Shimmy Energy / 6.4.2:
Nonlinear Shimmy Oscillations / 6.5:
Single-Contact-Point Transient Tire Models / 7:
Linear Model / 7.1:
Semi-Non-Linear Model / 7.2.2:
Fully Nonlinear Model / 7.2.3:
Nonlagging Part / 7.2.4:
The Gyroscopic Couple / 7.2.5:
Enhanced Nonlinear Transient Tire Model / 7.3:
Applications of Transient Tire Models / 8:
Vehicle Response to Steer Angle Variations / 8.1:
Cornering on Undulated Roads / 8.2:
Longitudinal Force Response to Tire Nonuniformity, Axle Motions, and Road Unevenness / 8.3:
Effective Rolling Radius Variations at Free Rolling / 8.3.1:
Computation of the Horizontal Longitudinal Force Response / 8.3.2:
Frequency Response to Vertical Axle Motions / 8.3.3:
Frequency Response to Radial Run-out / 8.3.4:
Forced Steering Vibrations / 8.4:
Dynamics of the Unloaded System Excited by Wheel Unbalance / 8.4.1:
Dynamics of the Loaded System with Tire Properties Included / 8.4.2:
ABS Braking on Undulated Road / 8.5:
In-Plane Model of Suspension and Wheel/Tire Assembly / 8.5.1:
Antilock Braking Algorithm and Simulation / 8.5.2:
Starting from Standstill / 8.6:
Short Wavelength Intermediate Frequency Tire Model / 9:
The Contact Patch Slip Model / 9.1:
Brush Model Non-Steady-State Behavior / 9.2.1:
The Model Adapted to the Use of the Magic Formula / 9.2.2:
Parking Maneuvers / 9.2.3:
Tire Dynamics / 9.3:
Dynamic Equations / 9.3.1:
Constitutive Relations / 9.3.2:
Dynamic Tire Model Performance / 9.4:
Dedicated Dynamic Test Facilities / 9.4.1:
Dynamic Tire Simulation and Experimental Results / 9.4.2:
Dynamic Tire Response to Short Road Unevennesses / 10:
Tire Envelopment Properties / 10.1:
The Effective Road Plane Using Basic Functions / 10.1.2:
The Effective Road Plane Using the 'Cam' Road Feeler Concept / 10.1.3:
The Effective Rolling Radius When Rolling Over a Cleat / 10.1.4:
The Location of the Effective Road Plane / 10.1.5:
SWIFT on Road Unevennesses (Simulation and Experiment) / 10.2:
Two-Dimensional Unevennesses / 10.2.1:
Three-Dimensional Unevennesses / 10.2.2:
Motorcycle Dynamics / 11:
Geometry and Inertia / 11.1:
The Steer, Camber, and Slip Angles / 11.2.2:
Air Drag, Driving or Braking, and Fore-and-Aft Load Transfer / 11.2.3:
Tire Force and Moment Response / 11.2.4:
Linear Equations of Motion / 11.3:
The Kinetic Energy / 11.3.1:
The Potential Energy and the Dissipation Function / 11.3.2:
The Virtual Work / 11.3.3:
Complete Set of Linear Differential Equations / 11.3.4:
Stability Analysis and Step Responses / 11.4:
Free Uncontrolled Motion / 11.4.1:
Step Responses of Controlled Motion / 11.4.2:
Analysis of Steady-State Cornering / 11.5:
Linear Steady-State Theory / 11.5.1:
Non-Linear Analysis of Steady-State Cornering / 11.5.2:
Modes of Vibration at Large Lateral Accelerations / 11.5.3:
Tire Steady-State and Dynamic Test Facilities / 11.6:
Outlines of Three Advanced Dynamic Tire Models
The RMOD-K Tire Model (Christian Oertel) / 13.1:
The Nonlinear FEM Model / 13.1.1:
The Flexible Belt Model / 13.1.2:
Comparison of Various RMOD-K Models / 13.1.3:
The FTire Tire Model (Michael Gipser) / 13.2:
Structure Model / 13.2.1:
Tread Model / 13.2.3:
Model Data and Parametrization / 13.2.4:
The MF-Swift Tire Model (Igo Besselink) / 13.3:
Model Overview / 13.3.1:
MF-Tire/MF-Swift / 13.3.3:
Parameter Identification / 13.3.4:
Test and Model Comparison / 13.3.5:
References
List of Symbols
Sign Conventions for Force and Moment and Wheel Slip / Appendix 1:
Online Information / Appendix 2:
MF-Tire/MF-Swift Parameters and Estimation Methods / Appendix 3:
Index
Exercises
Preface
Tire Characteristics and Vehicle Handling and Stability / 1:
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