An Experimental Investigation of Passenger Car Tire Properties at High Slip and Camber Angles

Paper #:
  • 910233

Published:
  • 1991-02-01
Citation:
Holloway, D., Drach, T., and Mohanty, B., "An Experimental Investigation of Passenger Car Tire Properties at High Slip and Camber Angles," SAE Technical Paper 910233, 1991, https://doi.org/10.4271/910233.
Pages:
8
Abstract:
A newly designed and built Mobile Tire Testing Machine (MTTM) is described that has features for large and continuously variable camber and steering angles with minimum tire scrub. This equipment was used to examine tire properties for six passenger car tires. Of special interest were the tire characteristics at combinations of high slip and camber angle. It was found that camber stiffness decreases with increasing slip angle when the slip and camber angles are both positive, and at limit conditions in slip angle, cambering a tire has little effect on the lateral side force produced. When the slip angle is negative, and the camber angle is positive, preliminary data shows that a greater lateral force is produced when compared to operating at limit conditions in slip angle alone.
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