Effectiveness of the Slip Circle, “COMBINATOR”, Model for Combined Tire Cornering and Braking Forces When Applied to a Range of Tires

Paper #:
  • 982747

Published:
  • 1998-11-16
Citation:
Pottinger, M., Pelz, W., and Falciola, G., "Effectiveness of the Slip Circle, “COMBINATOR”, Model for Combined Tire Cornering and Braking Forces When Applied to a Range of Tires," SAE Technical Paper 982747, 1998, https://doi.org/10.4271/982747.
Pages:
11
Abstract:
The slip circle, COMBINATOR, model was developed to predict combined driving or braking and cornering performance of tires from straight-line torqued data and free-rolling cornering data only. In the original COMBINATOR paper, limited verification was presented. In the current paper, the model is shown to be broadly applicable to tires of all types. This is demonstrated through successful modeling of heavy-duty tires as large as 425/65R22.5 and by modeling of racing tires. The heavy duty tire models and summarized data are available from SAE Cooperative Research on electronic media.
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