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2012 (Vol. 4, Issue: 16)
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Assessment of Lateral Driving Stability of Automobiles Passing by the Pylon Zone under Cross Wind

Dalei Wang and Airong Chen
Corresponding Author:  Dalei Wang 

Key words:  Assessment, automobile, cross wind, lateral driving stability, pylon, ,
Vol. 4 , (16): 2735-2739
Submitted Accepted Published
March 26, 2012 April 17, 2012 August 15, 2012

In order to explore the reason of lateral instability of automobile passing by the pylon zone of cablesupported bridge under cross wind, a new evaluation method of lateral driving stability of automobile considering alternative cross wind is established based on multi-objective driving stability criteria and subjective assessment. Typical driving control process and dynamic response of automobile passing by the pylon zone is given by numerical simulation based on steering wheel fixed-control model and straight driving ideal-driver model. Finally, taking a medium-size commercial bus as an example, the reason of its lateral instability is interpreted and the influence of cross wind speed and driving speed on its lateral driving stability is shown by parameter study.
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Dalei Wang and Airong Chen, 2012. Assessment of Lateral Driving Stability of Automobiles Passing by the Pylon Zone under Cross Wind.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 4(16): 2735-2739.
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