The Resource Vehicle handling dynamics : theory and application, M. Abe

Vehicle handling dynamics : theory and application, M. Abe

Label
Vehicle handling dynamics : theory and application
Title
Vehicle handling dynamics
Title remainder
theory and application
Statement of responsibility
M. Abe
Creator
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Vehicle dynamics are vital for optimizing a vehicle's drivability, efficiency, and safety. Understanding the forces and motions on a vehicle (both theoretical aspects, like basic equations of motion, and practical ones, like tire mechanics and human vehicle control) is integral in the design and development of all vehicles. Masato Abe's Vehicle Handling Dynamics, Second Edition, provides comprehensive coverage of vehicle dynamics, enabling readers to visualize and invent better vehicles. Vehicle Handling Dynamics begins with an overview of the fundamental theories of vehicle handling dynam
Cataloging source
N$T
Dewey number
629.231
Index
no index present
LC call number
TL243
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Label
Vehicle handling dynamics : theory and application, M. Abe
Publication
Antecedent source
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  • net
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front Cover; Vehicle Handling Dynamics Theory and Application; Copyright; Contents; Preface; Preface to Second Edition; Symbols; CHAPTER 1 -- VEHICLE DYNAMICS AND CONTROL; 1.1 DEFINITION OF THE VEHICLE; 1.2 VIRTUAL FOUR-WHEEL VEHICLE MODEL; 1.3 CONTROL OF MOTION; CHAPTER 2 -- TIRE MECHANICS; 2.1 PREFACE; 2.2 TIRES PRODUCING LATERAL FORCE; 2.3 TIRE CORNERING CHARACTERISTICS; 2.4 TRACTION, BRAKING, AND CORNERING CHARACTERISTICS; 2.5 DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS; PROBLEMS; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 3 -- FUNDAMENTALS OF VEHICLE DYNAMICS; 3.1 PREFACE; 3.2 VEHICLE EQUATIONS OF MOTION
  • 10.3 vehicle motion under driver control10.4 human adaptation to vehicle characteristics and lane change behavior; problems; references; chapter 11 -- vehicle handling quality; 11.1 preface; 11.2 vehicle controllability; 11.3 vehicle motion characteristics and controllability; references; chapter 12 -- driver model-based handling quality evaluation; 12.1 preface; 12.2 driver model and parameter identification [1]; 12.3 driver parameters reflecting driver characteristics [1]; 12.4 driver parameters reflecting vehicle handling characteristics
  • 3.3 vehicle steady-state cornering3.4 vehicle dynamic characteristics; problems; references; chapter 4 -- vehicle motion by disturbances; 4.1 preface; 4.2 motion by lateral force exerted on the center of gravity; 4.3 vehicle motion due to a lateral wind disturbance; 4.4 conclusion of vehicle motion by disturbances; problems; references; chapter 5 -- steering system and vehicle dynamics; 5.1 preface; 5.2 steering system model and equations of motion; 5.3 effects of steering system characteristics on vehicle motion; problems; references; chapter 6 -- vehicle body roll and vehicle dynamics
  • 6.1 preface6.2 roll geometry; 6.3 body roll and vehicle steer characteristics; 6.4 equations of motion inclusive of roll; 6.5 effect of steady-state body roll on vehicle dynamics; 6.6 effects of body roll on vehicle stability; problems; references; chapter 7 -- vehicle motion with traction and braking; 7.1 preface; 7.2 equations of motion inclusive of longitudinal motion; 7.3 vehicle quasi-steady-state cornering [1]; 7.4 vehicle transient steering response [2]; references; chapter 8 -- vehicle active motion controls; 8.1 preface; 8.2 vehicle motion with additional rear-wheel steering
  • 8.3 rear-wheel steering control for zero side-slip angle8.4 model following control by rear-wheel steering; 8.5 model following front-wheel active steering control; 8.6 front- and rear-wheel active steering control; 8.7 direct yaw-moment control; references; chapter 9 -- vehicle motion with all-wheel control; 9.1 preface; 9.2 tire force distribution; 9.3 effects of distribution control; 9.4 roll control integrated with tire force distribution control; 9.5 further development of all-wheel control; references; chapter 10 -- vehicle motion with human driver; 10.1 preface; 10.2 human control action
Control code
ocn907924110
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Extent
1 online resource
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unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780081003909
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
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.b34650386
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Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (OCoLC)907924110
  • ebl0081003730

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