Mathematical Formulation of Wheeled Vehicle Dynamics for Hybrid Computer Simulation
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The report contains the mathematical equations of motion required to construct a hybrid model simulation of a vehicle operating on rigid terrain. They are grouped roughly by vehicle components sprung mass, unsprung mass, suspension, drive trainbrakes, wheels and tires. Equations representing both the double A-arm and the solid axle suspension system and two different tire models one assuming the friction circle and the other the friction ellipse concept of total tire force are included.
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