Dynamic stability of off-road vehicles: Quasi-3D analysis

@article{Mann2008DynamicSO,
  title={Dynamic stability of off-road vehicles: Quasi-3D analysis},
  author={Moshe P. Mann and Zvi Shiller},
  journal={2008 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation},
  year={2008},
  pages={2301-2306}
}
This paper presents a method to determine the stability of off-road vehicles moving on rough terrain. The measures of stability are defined as the maximum speed and acceleration under which the vehicle does not slide or tip over. To compute these stability measures, we propose a quasi 3D analysis by decomposing the vehicle dynamics into three separate planes: the yaw, pitch, and roll planes. In each plane, we compute the set of admissible speeds and acceleration for the planar vehicle model… CONTINUE READING

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