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08/08/2010

Car braking physics

Can anybody explain the car braking physics in simple language but giving mathematical ground? Especially I'm interested to know why the car leans forward and how to calculate the operating forces.
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08/12/2010

Brake System Theory

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  Most autocrossers and race drivers learn early in their careers the importance of balancing a car. Learning to do it consistently and automatically is one essential part of becoming a truly good driver. While the skills for balancing a car are commonly taught in drivers' schools, the rationale behind them is not usually adequately explained. That rationale comes from simple physics. Understanding the physics of driving not only helps one be a better driver, but... more
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