The Magic Formula is widely used in the automotive (and gaming) industry because of its ease of use to represent the complicated tire characteristics.
TNO has marketed the Magic Formula tire model as Delft-Tyre and implemented the dynamic forces and moments computation routines; including the extension of SWIFT; in a variety of multibody simulation packages; like ADAMS and DADS and general purpose simulation software Simulink.
Modelon has in close cooperation with TNO by means of extensive benchmarks implemented the MF-Tyre/MF-Swift in Modelica. This paper presents the work conducted to implement the TNO tire models in Modelica which now is available as a commercial library in Dymola.
Keywords: Delft-Tyre; semi-empirical tire model; Magic Formula; SWIFT-Tyre
Proceedings of the 8th International Modelica Conference; March 20th-22nd; Technical Univeristy; Dresden; Germany
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