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Ackerman steering nsys
- The location of the Ackerman steering system is usually on the front axle of the vehicle, where the steering wheel is connected to the front wheels by a rack and pinion mechanism.
- The Ackerman steering system is a type of steering geometry that allows the wheels of a vehicle to turn at different angles when making a turn. This reduces the slip and wear of the tires and improves the handling and stability of the vehicle
- The specifications of the Ackerman steering system depend on the dimensions of the vehicle, such as the wheelbase, the track width, and the radius of curvature. These parameters determine the required steering angles for each wheel to avoid sliding.
- It increases the controllability of vehicles by using shorter tire rods