Automotive Tyres: Study on Vehicle Computerized Wheel Alignmentâ€
Dr. Porag Kalita, , , ,
Buying high quality tyres, buying the proper size for any automobiles, buying from a reputable tyre
retailer, are of all these things are importance for tyre safety, long tyre life and driving satisfaction. While alignment is
that aligning the front wheels relative to each other. Setting of castor, camber, toe-in or toe-out and king pin
inclination. Computerized wheel alignment, a series of tests and adjustments to ensure that wheels and tyres are
properly positioned on the vehicle. There are two types of wheel aligners, i.e. Mechanical types, which is attach to the
wheel spindle and some have light beams that display the measurement on a computer screen and others are
electronic that indicate the measurements on meter, display or printouts.
Many vehicles today are equipped with a rear suspension design that allows adjustments for rear wheel alignment or
with a design that requires a rear wheel check. When a rear suspension is not in alignment, it may create problems
for the front as well as the rear wheels problems like an apparent crooked steering wheel, camber or toe induced
front tyre wear and directional pull or lead. Vehicles have changed the suspension , steering and drive train design all
require a total vehicle i.e. four wheels approaches to alignment for proper performance of todayâ€™s vehicles.
Dr. Porag Kalita et al., International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends
Volume 3, Issue 2, February-2016, pp. 70-75
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