Dynamic Model - Team Beaver

Dynamic Model - Team Beaver - Dynamicmodelofabicycle

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 10/4/10 Click to edit Master subtitle style Dynamic model of a bicycle
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 10/4/10 Introduction Looking for a dynamic model of a bicycle and rider  system: - Simple - Clear - Compliant with Simulink
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 10/4/10 The Search Search Terms:  “dynamic bicycle model”  “simple linear bicycle model”  “basic bicycle model”  “Simulink”
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 10/4/10 Filtering Models that included a rider (many didn’t)  Background and derivation for the Equations of  Motion Relatively simple Equations of Motion Obtainable inputs
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 10/4/10 Required Outputs Position Velocity Acceleration
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 10/4/10 Model We Chose “Implementation of the Interactive Bicycle Simulator  with Its Functional Subsystems” -Application of article is a bicycle simulator -Simulator relies on dynamic model -Shows equations of motion for 3-D bicycle  and  rider model (we’ll simplify to 2-D)
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