Tyre Type Dependent Transient Force Behaviour by Means of a Maxwell Model

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Abstract

The present papers deals with the usability of an extended Maxwell model to describe the tyre dynamics during transient driving manoeuvres. In the present article, the parametrisation process of a dynamic tyre model is investigated in a first step, using measurement data of tyre forces from a flat trac tyre test bench, (IABG 2016). Two tyre types of dimensions 255/50 R19 and 175/55 R15 are used. The practical applicability is discussed, considering the measurement procedure and the parameter optimisation process. In a second
step, the performance of the dynamic tyre model is validated using measurements of manoeuvres under higher dynamic excitation. As a last step, an outlook is given on further
research planned in which the presented model and parametrisation are adapted to a larger frequency range.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 14 Aug 2017
EventIAVSD 2017: 25th International symposium on dynamics of vehicles on roads and tracks - Central Queensland University Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia
Duration: 14 Aug 201718 Aug 2017
http://www.iavsd2017.org/

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ConferenceIAVSD 2017
CountryAustralia
CityQueensland
Period14/08/1718/08/17
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Hackl, A., Hirschberg, W., Lex, C., & Rill, G. (2017). Tyre Type Dependent Transient Force Behaviour by Means of a Maxwell Model. Paper presented at IAVSD 2017, Queensland, Australia.

Tyre Type Dependent Transient Force Behaviour by Means of a Maxwell Model. / Hackl, Andreas; Hirschberg, Wolfgang; Lex, Cornelia; Rill, Georg.

2017. Paper presented at IAVSD 2017, Queensland, Australia.

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Hackl, A, Hirschberg, W, Lex, C & Rill, G 2017, 'Tyre Type Dependent Transient Force Behaviour by Means of a Maxwell Model' Paper presented at IAVSD 2017, Queensland, Australia, 14/08/17 - 18/08/17, .
Hackl A, Hirschberg W, Lex C, Rill G. Tyre Type Dependent Transient Force Behaviour by Means of a Maxwell Model. 2017. Paper presented at IAVSD 2017, Queensland, Australia.
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