Vehicle Dynamics II: Cornering (iversity)

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You should have been successful in university courses in basic mathematics and in basic engineering mechanics, especially: Algebra,Trigonometric Functions,Differential calculus, Linear Algebra, Force, Torque, Equilibrium, Mass, Center of Gravity.
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Vehicle Dynamics II: Cornering (iversity)
From Bugatti Veyron to Volkswagen Bettle, from racing to passenger car: learn more about cornering and drifting and look deeper into Kamm’s circles and Kemple’s diagram.

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In this second part of Vehicle Dynamics, we will illuminate the lateral dynamic aspects of vehicles.

Clear and brief: the cornering of a car.




In Detail: We will start with a simple single-track model and then describe the slip angle of a wheel. The slip angle results in cornering forces, which are essential for understanding lateral dynamics. After that, we will look at the dependency between longitudinal and lateral forces using Kamm’s circle and Krempel’s diagram. Then we will investigate steady state cornering, stability and the influence of different weight distributions between inner and outer side wheels of the car. The course will be finished by two applications from automotive mechatronics.

At the end of the course you will …

- understand basic principles of cornering of a car.

- know slip angle and cornering forces.

- understand the single track model.

- understand the steady state cornering, stability and the influence of different weight distribution between inner and outer side of the car.

- be able to calculate simple properties of a car.



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