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Published January 01, 1972 by National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in United States
Steady state and transient response has been the main topic for discussion in this paper because these are thought to be of primary importance and the basis for a broader scope involving traction and braking, and involving behavior on surfaces having low friction coefficients.
In the considerations on transient response it is felt that driver reaction to the response from an initial transient input can reveal characteristics which are more representative of real conditions. The examples given may be of use in presenting these views.