Imprint Contact 868 Videos
900.000 Callings



Formulary
Exercises

Wheel change
Save Energy
History


Video Suspension

Video Tyres 1
Video Tyres 2

Video History of Wheels 1
Video History of Wheels 2
Video History of Wheels 3
Video History of Wheels 4
Video History of Wheels 5
Video History of Wheels 6

Video Tyre label
Video History Sec. Wheels
Video Winter Tyre
Video Snow Chains
Video All-weather Tyres
Video Where to mount new
    tyres?

Video Radial Ply Tyre
Video Cross-ply Tyre
Video Low Cross-section
Video Tyre fitting
Video Additional information
Video Wheel Balancing
Video Bus Wheel Balancing
Video Tyre Production 1
Video Tire Production 2
Video Speedlimits
Video Wheel Load Limits
Video Roller Reststance 1
Video Stiction
Video Emergency Running 1
Video Emergency Running 2
Video Tyre Press. Control 1
Video Tyre Control 2
Video Tyre Press. Control 3
Video Rims
Video Alloy Rim
Video Alloy Rim (production)
Video Drop-center Rim
Video Spoked wheel
Video Rim Hump
Video Rim (truck)
Video Emergency Wheel
Video Offset
Video Wheel Positions
Video Wheel-measuring
Video Wheel Base
Video Steering Offset
Video Castor
Video Steering axis incl.
Video Wheel Alignment
Video Relative Steering Angle
Video Track
Video Camber
Video Obl./Side slip angle
Video Axle Alignment 1
Video Axle Alignment 2
Video Axle Alignment 3

Video Tyre Calculation
Video Inch -> mm
Video Slip
Video Axle Load Distrib.
Video Payload Distrib.
Video Roller Resistance 2

Video Wheels
Video Wheels 2


          A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Oblique Running- and Side-slip
    Angle







Oblique running angle

The oblique running angle refers to the respective wheel. It is the angle between the wheel lock (red), and the direction of the wheel movement or the vehicle (green). A certain amount of oblique is necessary so that the wheel can build up cornering force. The comparison of the front and rear oblique angles, indicates whether the vehicle over- or understeers.

Side-slip angle

The side-slip angle is the angle between the the vehicles direction of movement (green) and its longitudinal axis (blue). The slighter this angle is, even when making sudden steering movements, the greater the 'sports-car' impression is. 12/09




cartecc.com               Top of page               Index
2001-2015 Copyright programs, texts, animations, pictures: H. Huppertz - E-Mail
Translator: Don Leslie - Email: lesdon@t-online.de

Our E-Book advertising