negative camber

negative camber

negative camber
negative camber
Negative camber (exaggerated).
i. An airfoil in which the mean camber line lies below the chord line. It denotes that the upper surface of the airfoil is concave and not convex.
ii. An arrangement of the undercarriage in which the wheels are tilted inward of the vertical.
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In camber angle control, the steering angle proportion of the negative camber angle where the tire is inclined in the direction of the turn center is controlled as shown in Figure 8.
A negative camber angle is when the wheel is leaning inwards the vehicle, while a positive camber angle is when the wheel is leaning outwards the vehicle.
Jag's engineers have done a thorough job on this flagship motor, even going to the trouble of designing new steering knuckles so that the front wheels have more negative camber to help steering response.
Next was the "runabout cone" composed of a mound of earth that serves as a rotunda, putting the vehicle on a negative camber lean.
Under the SuperSport's muscular skin there's an all-wheeldrive chassis with Vauxhall's HiPerStrut front suspension, which maintains negative camber, improving grip levels in wet and dry.
There is an adaptive all-wheel-drive chassis and HiPerStrut front suspension, which maintains negative camber to improving grip levels in wet and dry conditions.
In fact the exit to the roundabout east-bound is far worse, with negative camber and a nasty hump just on the bend which causes me to tiptoe around it.
It features revised steering, updated suspension, highly damped shocks, recalibrated suspension geometry, quicker steering ratios and new negative camber settings.
They resurfaced it and it's very negative camber so you turn in and you lose the rear end and it feels pretty uncontrollable," Button said.
It has little negative camber and few natural hazards or restricted sight-lines.
Another feature is the HiPerStrut system, which reduces torque-steer and maintains negative camber during cornering, thereby improving wet and dry grip.
Another feature is the HiPerStrut handling system, which reduces torque-steer and maintains negative camber during cornering, thereby improving wet and dry grip.