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Braking force formula from Milliken textbook

Braking force formula from Milliken textbook

Braking force formula from Milliken textbook

(OP)

The Milliken textbook gives the formula for braking force as follows:


I've tried to find what Ax is but can't :/ Does anyone know?

This is used in the context of deriving anti-squat from first principles. I need to understand it from first principles so I can figure out how to adapt anti-squat to a 4x4 vehicle.

Thanks

RE: Braking force formula from Milliken textbook

Acceleration in the X direction, i.e. in the direction of travel.

N.B. That "g" is in there because of the chosen unit system. In SI units, F = M A and that's all there is to it.

RE: Braking force formula from Milliken textbook

(OP)
Thanks. The "g" totally through me off. I'm only familiar with SI units.

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