Exploring Serially Connected Multi-Tracked All-Terrain Vehicles for Improved Obstacle Climbing Performance

@inproceedings{Ranjan2009ExploringSC,
  title={Exploring Serially Connected Multi-Tracked All-Terrain Vehicles for Improved Obstacle Climbing Performance},
  author={Ranjan and Ujjwal Pal and Sai Prasad Ojha and Srinivasan and Amaresh Chakrabarti},
  year={2009}
}
The paper presents design specification of three tracked all-terrain vehicles: a ‘Single Tracked Vehicle’ (STV), where the payload is placed between two single, parallel tracks, a ‘Double Tracked Vehicle’ (DTV) where two sets of two serially connected tracks are joined together, and a ‘Triple Tracked Vehicle’ (TTV) where two sets of three serially connected tracks are joined together in parallel to carry the load. The paper provides a theoretical model for the obstacle climbing ability of the… CONTINUE READING

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