• Corpus ID: 107248204

TRUCK TIRE TYPES AND ROAD CONTACT PRESSURES

@inproceedings{Yap1989TRUCKTT,
  title={TRUCK TIRE TYPES AND ROAD CONTACT PRESSURES},
  author={Pedro Yap},
  year={1989}
}
  • P. Yap
  • Published 1989
  • Engineering
Meeting the changing requirements of the trucking industry has resulted in the development of new tire concepts and sizes. The contact pressures developed at the interface of the tire and roadway are an important consideration in the truck tire design/development process. Critical tire performance properties affecting the economics and safety of the truck operation are impacted by the interaction between the tire and roadway. The magnitude and distribution of the tire contact pressures produced… 
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