The Tire Characteristic Effect on Motorcycle Maneuverability Using a Riding Simulator
Published November 5, 2017 by Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan in Japan
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The stability factor is widely used for four-wheel vehicles as an index representing the turning performance of a vehicle. Stability factor for two-wheel vehicles has been proposed as an indicator of cornering performance from the same way of thinking. In line traceability evaluation as a sensory evaluation item of motorcycles, the expressions of understeer and oversteer are sometimes used, but the relation with stability factor for two-wheel vehicles has not been investigated. In this paper, a test in which the slip angle characteristics of the front and rear tires were varied using a riding simulator was conducted, and the correlation between the stability factor and the rider evaluation was investigated to derive an index showing the line traceability.
CitationMiki, M. and Kimura, T., "The Tire Characteristic Effect on Motorcycle Maneuverability Using a Riding Simulator," SAE Technical Paper 2017-32-0018, 2017.
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