Can somebody help to validate my formula? I believe the following can be used to calculate anti roll bar resistance;(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

(Roll Bar Rate / (Wheel movement / Relative roll bar pickup movement)^2) * Track Width^2 / 2*Pi / 180 = Roll Bar Resistance

My knowledge is limited so other than pondering torque equations etc i do not know how this formula was derived and have been told my bar resistance could be incorrect....

My calculation is

(1618.035m.kg / (0.025m / 0.024m)^2)) * 1.39^2 / 2Pi / 180) = 24.563m.kg/degree

I would greatly appreciate it if somebody could explain where this equation has been derived from or if it is correct?

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# Calculating Roll Bar Resistance

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