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Contact Patch Load (Transfer function)

Contact Patch Load (Transfer function)

Contact Patch Load (Transfer function)

Hi, folks. I'm a mechanical engineer and I'm working on my virtual 'post-rig'. I have a question about that. How can I define the contact patch load transfer function ???

I thought it was well:

... But this transfer function have more zeros than poles...neutral What is its definition ???

Regards. Thank you very much

RE: Contact Patch Load (Transfer function)

That is a nice one smile and can be solved by using Laplace Transformation.

If you want a virtual post-rig already developed have a look at the software DYNATUNE on www.dynatune-xl.com


dynatune, www.dynatune-xl.com

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