How is a slip angle generated?

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  • jordan yap
    The tyre slip angle is generated by the road wheel being forced sideways and stretching the sidewall of the tyre. The steered angle of the wheel is a little greater than the actual direction the wheel is traveling in. The difference between the two is the slip angle, α, as shown in the diagram.20 dic 2019
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