Vehicle/Tire/Road Dynamics
  • Author : Tan Li
  • Release Date : 24 November 2022
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Genre : Technology & Engineering
  • Pages : 664
  • ISBN 13 : 9780323906913
  • Total Download : 859
  • File Size : 41,5 Mb

Vehicle/Tire/Road Dynamics PDF Summary

Vehicle/Tire/Road Dynamics: Handling, Ride, and NVH presents the connection between NVH and conventional vehicle dynamics where both tire and road play a key role. In this book, there is a chapter for handling dynamics that provides an introduction to ride dynamics and a chapter for ride dynamics that provides an introduction to NVH, presenting better coherence and synergy between these major areas of vehicle/tire dynamics. Accompanying the fundamental theories, case studies are given to facilitate comprehension. In addition to the experimental implementations, the state-of-the-art approaches to simulating vehicle/tire dynamics are presented from the viewpoint of both industry and academia. This new book bridges the gap for experts in tire or pavement NVH (also tire-pavement interaction noise) and those who are experts in vehicle dynamics. Conventional vehicle dynamics (e.g., handling/braking/cornering) is focused on low-frequency performance while NVH (noise/vibration/harshness) is focused on high-frequency performance. There is also another area called "ride" (comfort/stability) which focuses on mid-frequency. Presents a closed loop system for vehicle dynamics, covering handling, riden and NVH. Provides insights into how intelligent tires will enhance autonomous vehicle control and optimize multiple performances, especially for electric vehicles. Demonstrates how pavement characteristics could greatly influence vehicle handling/ride/NVH and improve/balance these performances.



Author : Doug DePew
Publisher : Doug DePew
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