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Stability of Wheel Tractors during Braking
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published September 15, 2019 by SAE International in United States
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The dynamic distribution of normal reactions between the axles of the wheeled tractor has a significant impact on the stability against skidding and the wheeled tractor braking effectiveness. At the same time, the clarification of the normal reactions distribution between the axles allows to choose more rational braking forces distribution between the axles.
It is shown that the best way to ensure the highest braking efficiency is the braking mode when the rear wheels of the tractor are at the blocking limit. An assessment of the expediency of installing brake mechanisms on only one axle of the tractor was made.
The increase of braking efficiency of wheeled tractors with all brake wheels provided that they ensure directional stability is considered. The laws of braking forces distribution between the axles of wheel tractors for different sequence of wheels locking are determined.
Using the method of partial accelerations an improved method for estimating the effect of a brake system on the stability of wheeled tractor is proposed. The criterion in the form of angular acceleration in the road plane ώz, by the value and sign of which one we can estimate the operational stability of the brake mechanisms has obtained.
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- Mikhail Podrigalo - Kharkov National Auto and Highway University
- Mykhailo Kholodov - Kharkov National Auto and Highway University
- Dmytro Klets - Kharkov National Auto and Highway University
- Yevhen Dubinin - Kharkov National Auto and Highway University
- Borys Savchenkov - Kharkov National Auto and Highway University
- Alexander Koryak - Kharkov National Auto and Highway University
- Oleksandr Polianskyi - Kharkov National Auto and Highway University
- Zadorozhnia Viktoriia - Kharkiv Technical University of Agricult
- Volodymyr Rudzinskyi - Zhytomyr State Technological University
CitationPodrigalo, M., Kholodov, M., Klets, D., Dubinin, Y. et al., "Stability of Wheel Tractors during Braking," SAE Technical Paper 2019-01-2142, 2019, https://doi.org/10.4271/2019-01-2142.
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