Theory of Road Vehicles. Methodological Guidelines for Individual Projects
|Autorius||Rolandas Makaras, Artūras Keršys, Mantas Felneris, Janina Jablonskytė, Robertas Keršys, Vytautas Dzerkelis, Gintautas Labanauskas, Darius Juodvalkis|
|Leidykla||KTU leidykla „Technologija“|
This educational book is intended for students enrolled in the field of Transport Engineering taking the course of Theory of Road Vehicles and wishing to develop more extensive understanding of the research methodology and the specifics of vehicle movement (dynamics and kinematics). The subject goals and the learning outcomes are subject to the evaluation of the individual project: mastered knowledge of road vehicle operating characteristics modelling as well as the assessment and optimisation of their dynamics, ability to make qualitative and quantitative comparisons of vehicles in terms of their operating characteristics, regulations, abilities to apply the operating characteristics of road vehicles on the scale of different evaluation criteria, to model the vehicle behaviour in typical situations, and to forecast their control.