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Bicycle 5 - Dynamic Model Fig 1 – Bicycle Dynamics Fail
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Literature Review Compendex :( (Requirements 1) Journal Article 2) Analysis of an overall 2D bike and rider model 3) Analysis of a piece of a bike and rider model
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Parent Model – Base Fig 2 – From “Full Interactive Model for Interactive Bicycle Simulator” [5]. Fig 3 –Equations for Kinetic (T), Potential (V) Energy and Dissipative Function (D) [5]. Fig 4 –Lagrange’s Equation [5].
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Our Proposed Model Diagram Source List for Constants K 1 ,C 1 [ – [2 K 2 ,C 2 K 3 ,C 3 [ – [3 K 4 ,C 4 [ – [3 K 5 ,C 5 ?[Rider Inertia – [2 Bicycle Inertia Fig 5 – Dynamic model from [5] with an additional spring and damper added to simulate the dynamics of a front shock.
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Rider Fig 5 – “A Dynamic System Model of an Off-Road Cyclist” [2]. Fig 6 – A table of tested anthropometric parameters quantities , averaged over seven different subjects. [2]. Fig 7 – Spring stiffness and damping constants for the model of a rider [2].
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This note was uploaded on 10/03/2010 for the course ME 451 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Oregon State.

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