Public Member Functions
|PxVehicleAckermannGeometryData (const PxEMPTY)|
|Accuracy of Ackermann steer calculation. |
|Distance between center-point of the two front wheels. |
|Distance between center-point of the two rear wheels. |
|Distance between center of front axle and center of rear axle. |
Private Member Functions
|bool||isValid () const|
|bool PxVehicleAckermannGeometryData::isValid||(||)|| const
|friend class PxVehicleDriveSimData4W
Accuracy of Ackermann steer calculation.
Perfect Ackermann steer correction modifies the steer angles applied to the front-left and front-right wheels so that the perpendiculars to the wheels' longitudinal directions cross the extended vector of the rear axle at the same point. It is also applied to any steer angle applied to the rear wheels but instead using the extended vector of the front axle.
In general, more steer correction produces better cornering behavior.
Distance between center of front axle and center of rear axle.
Distance between center-point of the two front wheels.
Distance between center-point of the two rear wheels.