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Optimal thinking – Part 2

Optimal thinking – Part 2

Optimal thinking - Part 2 Theory and good practices on suspension kinematics design part 2: corner weight variation in steering BY CLAUDE ROUELLEDownload the original PDF from RaceCar Design Magazine! Let’s start with a little story. A few years...

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Optimal thinking – Part 1

Optimal thinking – Part 1

Optimal thinking Theory and good practices on suspension kinematics design, part one BY CLAUDE ROUELLEDownload the original PDF from RaceCar Design Magazine! We have learnt in our engineering courses that a force is defined by an application point,...

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The anti-antis

The anti-antis

The anti-antis When it comes to longitudinal dynamics, many engineers consider front anti-dive and anti-lift, or rear anti-squat and anti-lift, as separate entities. Here’s why that is the wrong approach BY CLAUDE ROUELLESeveral years ago I remember experimenting with...

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Rolling about

Rolling about

Rolling about An explanation of the limitations of a previous load transfer article, bringing jacking forces into the mix BY CLAUDE ROUELLEFirst things first. The suspended mass does not rotate around the kinematic roll axis. After reviewing the previous simplified...

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Vehicle Setup and Kinematics | Q&A Series

Vehicle Setup and Kinematics | Q&A Series

In this comprehensive article, we dive into a series of questions regarding vehicle dynamics as applied to race cars that you send to us! To answer you, we created a series presented by Bruno Finco. We will explore each of these questions with a focus on providing...

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