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What factors do you think might be involved in such an equation?

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What factors do you think might be involved in such an equation?

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Now you have to decide on an appropriate value for lateral acceleration, and unless you make quite a few simplifying assumptions it can all become exceedingly complex.

Have a look at "Race car vehicle dynamics" by Milliken and Milliken to get a better understanding of the physics involved in this question.

Cheers,

Terry

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so, the equation would be:

ug=v^2/r, where u is the coefficient of static friction between the track and tires. If the track is at an angle, the equation will be slightly different.

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so, the equation would be:

ug=v^2/r, where u is the coefficient of static friction between the track and tires. If the track is at an angle, the equation will be slightly different.

Yes, but....

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