Using Simulators for the Assessment of Handling of Motorcycles

@inproceedings{Massaro2016UsingSF,
  title={Using Simulators for the Assessment of Handling of Motorcycles},
  author={Matteo Massaro and Vittore Cossalter and James Sadauckas and Roberto Lot},
  year={2016}
}
Currently only a few motorcycle simulators exist, few or none of which are used during the development of real vehicles. Indeed, most of the existing simulators can some-how reproduce the behavior of a ‘typical’ motorcycle, as opposed to a ‘specific’ motorcycle or configuration. In this work the motorcycle simulator of the University of Padova is employed to assess its possible usage in the development phase of real vehicles. The ultimate objective is using the simulator to evaluate the… Expand

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