Transient and steady-state rotation center of vehicle dynamics

Marzbani, H, Vo, Q, Khazaei, A, FARD, M and Nakhaie Jazar, G 2017, 'Transient and steady-state rotation center of vehicle dynamics', Procedia Computer Science, vol. 112, pp. 1404-1411.

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Title Transient and steady-state rotation center of vehicle dynamics
Author(s) Marzbani, H
Vo, Q
Khazaei, A
Nakhaie Jazar, G
Year 2017
Journal name Procedia Computer Science
Volume number 112
Start page 1404
End page 1411
Total pages 8
Publisher Elsevier
Abstract The purpose of this paper is to show the effect of acceleration-variable forward velocity-, on the steady-state and transient responses of turning vehicles and the resulted path of motion of the vehicle. Comparing the responses of the vehicle will be used to prove that there is a negligible difference between the steady-state and transient center of rotation of the vehicle in engineering applications. To show that vehicles are working close to their steady-state conditions even at transient stage, we examine a vehicle in two maneuvers. In the first one, the vehicle is assumed to be moving at a constant forward speed and experiencing a step steer angle change. In the second maneuver, the vehicle experiences a lane change steering input. The transient response of the vehicle, as well as the required time to achieve the steady-state conditions will be analyzed.
Subject Automotive Engineering not elsewhere classified
Keyword(s) Vehicle dynamics
steady-state vehicle behavior
rotation center of vehicles
transient vehicle dynamics
Copyright notice © 2017 The Authors. Published by Elsevier B.V.
ISSN 1877-0509
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