slip ratio


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slip ratio

[′slip ‚rā·shō]
(mechanical engineering)
For a screw propeller, relates the actual advance to the theoretic advance determined by pitch and spin.
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Control allocation optimally distributes the slip ratio and slip angle of each tire to simultaneously induce desired longitudinal and lateral forces (Li, et al.
The new 4-liter 250SS has 18 percent better slip ratio than the current lower unit.
The details are provided in the following chapter titled" Generalization of Transmission Efficiency, Slip Ratio, and Torque Transmission efficiency ".
The effect of the slip ratio on the dynamic sinkage of a wheel is illustrated in Fig.
One the way to improve the braking performance of the EVs is to control the slip ratio at an optimum value.
In order to improve the vehicle traction performance on low [mu] surface road and maximize the longitudinal friction coefficient, TCS is used to control the slip ratio within the range of optimal slip ratio by regulating engine output torque or braking pressure.
The above motion in average has a tendency to systematic movement with the slip ratio in relation to certain components of the flow velocity vector.
Establishment of the car park, including the slip ratio, electronic wayfinding and surrounding areas
Slip ratio is a measure of how fast the tire is rotating relative to how fast the road is passing beneath the tire.
Figure 3 shows the effects of PTFE and the slip ratio on the wear rate of POM at 1000 rpm speed.
The slip ratio (k) of the slip velocity to the velocity of the vehicle can be expressed as