Modelling the control strategies for riding a motorcycle
Rowell, Stuart (2007) Modelling the control strategies for riding a motorcycle. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.
Computer simulation models are increasingly necessary as a design tool for modern vehicles, for which a subcategory relates to motorcycles. Simulation models can be employed for a variety of applications, an important area of which relates to the motorcycle's dynamic responses. The response of a motorcycle is heavily dependent on the rider's control actions, and consequently a means of replicating the rider's actions provides an important extension to this area.
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