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Research on Determining the Limited Roll Angle of Vehicle

  • Anh Nguyen TuanEmail author
  • Binh Hoang Thang
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems book series (LNNS, volume 104)

Abstract

The rollover of the vehicle often occurs when the vehicle steers at a high speed. The limit of rollover phenomenon is expressed through the value of the roll angle \( \left( {\rm{\upvarphi }_{\text{x}} } \right) \), this value is a multivariate function depending on many input parameters. This research establishes the dynamic vehicle model to determine the value of the limited roll angle of the vehicle when steering. The results of the study show that as the velocity or height increases, the value of the limited roll angle tends to decrease almost linearly. At the high-speed range, the instantaneous roll angle should not exceed 8.00.

Keywords

Roll angle of the vehicle Rollover phenomenon Limited roll angle Dynamic vehicle model 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Mechatronic-Automobile DepartmentHanoi University of Business and TechnologyHa NoiViet Nam
  2. 2.Automotive Engineering DepartmentHanoi University of Science and TechnologyHa NoiViet Nam

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