01-03-2016, 05:33 PM

Hi,

I downloaded the car data files of the Modena 360

and of the 2002 Formula One racing car, containing

extensive information about these vehicles.

I would be very grateful if anybody can provide the

following data on the above cars, or on any other

suitable vehicles:

(1) Wheel data (wheel = tyre + rim):

The mass of each wheel m_w.

The radius and width of each wheel, r_w and w_w.

The moment of inertia of each wheel about an axis through

its center of mass and perpendicular to the plane of the

wheel, I_w_zz.

The moment of inertia of each wheel about an axis through

its center of mass and perpendicular to the ground plane,

I_w_xx.

(2) Car body data (car body = car without the four wheels)

The mass of the car body m_b.

The dimensions of a rectangular box (length, width and height)

bounding the car body.

The widths of the front and rear axles.

The length of the wheelbase.

The position of the center of mass of the car body relative

to the wheelbase.

The moment of inertia of the car body about an axis through

its center of mass and perpendicular to the ground plane,

I_b_zz.

(3) Drive train data (drive train = engine + gearbox +

drive shaft + differential gear-box + side shafts)

Equivalent inertia of the drive train defined as follows.

Approximate the rotational inertia of the drive train, with

an equivalent inertia rotating about the axis of rotation

of the engine crank shaft.

Thanks very much.

Constantine Frangos.

I downloaded the car data files of the Modena 360

and of the 2002 Formula One racing car, containing

extensive information about these vehicles.

I would be very grateful if anybody can provide the

following data on the above cars, or on any other

suitable vehicles:

(1) Wheel data (wheel = tyre + rim):

The mass of each wheel m_w.

The radius and width of each wheel, r_w and w_w.

The moment of inertia of each wheel about an axis through

its center of mass and perpendicular to the plane of the

wheel, I_w_zz.

The moment of inertia of each wheel about an axis through

its center of mass and perpendicular to the ground plane,

I_w_xx.

(2) Car body data (car body = car without the four wheels)

The mass of the car body m_b.

The dimensions of a rectangular box (length, width and height)

bounding the car body.

The widths of the front and rear axles.

The length of the wheelbase.

The position of the center of mass of the car body relative

to the wheelbase.

The moment of inertia of the car body about an axis through

its center of mass and perpendicular to the ground plane,

I_b_zz.

(3) Drive train data (drive train = engine + gearbox +

drive shaft + differential gear-box + side shafts)

Equivalent inertia of the drive train defined as follows.

Approximate the rotational inertia of the drive train, with

an equivalent inertia rotating about the axis of rotation

of the engine crank shaft.

Thanks very much.

Constantine Frangos.