Nonlinear Dynamics of a Wheeled Vehicle [electronic resource] / by Ryszard Andrzejewski, Jan Awrejcewicz.

By: Andrzejewski, Ryszard [author.]Contributor(s): Awrejcewicz, Jan [author.] | SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Advances in Mechanics and Mathematics: 10Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 2005Description: VIII, 328 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780387243597Subject(s): Engineering | Vibration | Engineering | Vibration, Dynamical Systems, Control | Automotive and Aerospace Engineering, TrafficAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 620 LOC classification: TA355TA352-356Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
The Principles of the Theory of Stability -- An Introduction to Stability of a Wheeled Vehicle -- Longitudinal Dynamics -- A Transversal Dynamics -- Vertical Dynamics -- Transversal Tilt Dynamics -- Longitudinal Tilt Dynamics -- Road Wheel Rotational Dynamics -- Modeling of a Piston — Connecting Rod — Crankshaft System -- Modeling of a Duo-Servo Brake.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: This book provides an overview of the theory of stability analysis and its applications. It is focused on various methods devoted to analyzing wheeled vehicle behavior. The authors provide both basic and advanced knowledge of the subject. This book summarizes their research experience and extensive teaching. A large number of practical examples are included throughout to help readers understand the theory introduced. The book has several original features: • The stability analysis of nonlinear systems that is carried out utilizes the definitions of stability in the sense of Lapunov ("mathematical stability") and the definitions of stability in the sense of Bogusz ("technical stability"). • The book emphasizes stability analysis of wheeled vehicles and their systems. • Computer-aided methods for investigations of wheeled vehicle behaviors are discussed. Audience This book is intended for both undergraduate and graduate students, academics, researchers in mechanics and dynamics, nonlinear scientists, applied mathematicians, engineers, and automobile experts.
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The Principles of the Theory of Stability -- An Introduction to Stability of a Wheeled Vehicle -- Longitudinal Dynamics -- A Transversal Dynamics -- Vertical Dynamics -- Transversal Tilt Dynamics -- Longitudinal Tilt Dynamics -- Road Wheel Rotational Dynamics -- Modeling of a Piston — Connecting Rod — Crankshaft System -- Modeling of a Duo-Servo Brake.

This book provides an overview of the theory of stability analysis and its applications. It is focused on various methods devoted to analyzing wheeled vehicle behavior. The authors provide both basic and advanced knowledge of the subject. This book summarizes their research experience and extensive teaching. A large number of practical examples are included throughout to help readers understand the theory introduced. The book has several original features: • The stability analysis of nonlinear systems that is carried out utilizes the definitions of stability in the sense of Lapunov ("mathematical stability") and the definitions of stability in the sense of Bogusz ("technical stability"). • The book emphasizes stability analysis of wheeled vehicles and their systems. • Computer-aided methods for investigations of wheeled vehicle behaviors are discussed. Audience This book is intended for both undergraduate and graduate students, academics, researchers in mechanics and dynamics, nonlinear scientists, applied mathematicians, engineers, and automobile experts.

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