14, rue de Provigny
Tél.: +33 (0)1 47 40
Fax: +33 (0)1 47 40
Prix indicatif 86,17 €
Disponible chez l'éditeur (délai d'approvisionnement : 10 jours).Ajouter au panier le livre de PACEJKA Hans
One of the great advantages of this book is that it builds up on relative simple tyre models and progresses to higher complexity. The basic understanding of contact and force transfer provides the skeleton for more detailed description of the phenomena in steady state and transient conditions.
Dr Hans Pacejka is widely known as THE authority on tire models and Tire and Vehicle Dynamics is the standard resource for all engineers and researchers working in the area. Including not only Pacejka's own industry-leading model but also those of his peers and other pioneers in the field, the book provides comprehensive discussion and theory not found elsewhere. With Pacejka's tire model continuing to develop and evolve, new editions of the book attract great interest from across the automotive industry and this third edition is no exception. As well as covering new developments in vehicle dynamics and the latest additions to the Pacejka model, this new edition includes SAE nomenclature and offers all equations and models from the book in downloadable spreadsheet format for ease of application and use.
1. Tyre Characteristics and Vehicle Handling and Stability. 2. Basic Tyre Modelling Considerations. 3. Theory of Steady-State Slip Force and Moment Generation. 4. Semi-Empirical Tyre Models. 5. Non-Steady-State Out-of-Plane String-Based Tyre Models. 6. Theory of the Wheel Shimmy Phenomenon. 7. Single Contact Point Transient Tyre Models. 8. Applications of Transient Tyre Models. 9. Short Wavelength Intermediate Frequency Tyre Model. 10. Dynamic Tyre Response to Short Road Unevennesses. 11. Motorcycle Dynamics. 12. Tyre steady-state and dynamic test facilities. 13. Outlines of Three Advanced Dynamic Tyre Models: The RMOD-K Tyre Model, The FTire Tyre Model, The MF-Swift Tyre Model. References . Appendix 1. Sign Conventions for Force and Moment and Wheel Slip. Appendix 2. Online Information. Appendix 3. MF-Tyre/MF-Swift Parameters and Estimation Methods. Index.
Mechanical engineers, automotive engineers, vehicle designers, dynamic specialists, tyre engineers in the automotive and other transportation industries including aircraft undercarriage design, Students of automotive engineering at post-graduate/masters level