Top 51 Bicycle Research Papers

December 4, 2009

1

Mont

[16, 22, 19, 30, 5, 23, 29, 51, 49, 15, 39, 26, 27, 34, 9, 47, 4]

2

Luke

[3, 18, 31, 46, 35, 48, 8, 42, 12, 21, 14, 6, 44, 50, 1, 32, 7]

3

Jason

[17, 24, 20, 28, 36, 43, 10, 41, 2, 40, 37, 38, 11, 25, 45, 13, 33]

References
[1] F. Biral, D. Bortoluzzi, V. Cossalter, and M. Lio. Experimental study of motorcycle transfer functions for evaluating handling. Vehicle System Dynamics: International Journal of Vehicle Mechanics and Mobility, 39(1):1–25, 2003. [2] I. Boniolo, S. M. Savaresi, and M. Tanelli. Roll angle estimation in two-wheeled vehicles. IET Control Theory and Applications, 3(1):20–32, January 2009. [3] E. D¨hring. Stability of single-track vehicles. Forschung.-Wes., 21(2):50–62, 1955. Translated by J. Lotsof, o March 1957. [4] D. J. Eaton. An experimental study of the motorcycle roll stabilization task. In Proceedings of the Ninth Annual Conference on Manual Control, pages 233–234, May 1973. [5] D. J. Eaton. Man-Machine Dynamics in the Stabilization of Single-Track Vehicles. PhD thesis, University of Michigan, 1973. [6] D. J. Eaton and L. Segel. Lateral dynamics of the uncontrolled motorcycle. In Second International Congress on Automotive Safety, San Francisco, CA, USA, July 1973. [7] David J. Eaton. An experimental study of the motorcycle roll stabilization task. Technical report, Highway Safety Research Institute, 1973. [8] I. W. Griffiths, J. Watkins, and D. Sharpe. Measuring the moment of inertia of the human body by a rotating platform method. American Journal of Physics, 73(1):85–92, 2005. [9] Charles H. Hartman. Human factors portion of the motorcycle dynamics and handling equation. SAE Special Publications, SP–428:73–78, February–March 1978. [10] R.A. Hess and A. Modjtahedzadeh. A preview control model of driver steering behavior. In Systems, Man and Cybernetics, 1989. Conference Proceedings., IEEE International Conference on, pages 504–509 vol.2, Nov 1989. [11] R.A. Hess and A. Modjtahedzadeh. A control theoretic model of driver steering behavior. IEEE Control Systems Magazine, 10(5):3–8, August 1990.

1

A. T. Prague. van Lunteren and H. Hawthorne. van Lunteren and H. Delft University of Technology. [28] R. [29] R. Man-Machine Systems. 1969. [23] D. May–June 1990. number 70. Vehicle System Dynamics. On the variance of the bicycle rider’s behavior. [25] A. An evaulation of the safety performance of tricycles and minibikes. Anual report 1969 of the man-machine systems group WTHD21. Simulation study of motorcycle stability at high speed. [15] Stephen R James. Are high-rise bikes safe? Traffic Safety. G. McRuer and E. SICE. 10(4):257–291. Rice and R.[12] Ronald Hess. San Francisco. Dec. [21] A.. An evaluation of the performance and handling qualities of bicycles. chapter iii of annual report 1969 of the man-machine systems group. [22] D. 1974.3. Theory of manual vehicular control. Rice. Kagawa. Hoffmann.. [20] A. [33] R. In Second International Congress on Automotive Safety. 1969. H. 43(8):581–599. 1993. 5(1):105–126. van Lunteren and H. January 1971. 20(3-4):121–175. [26] Akihiro Murayama and Masaki Yamakita. April 1970. In International Symposium on Ergonomics in Machine Design. Weir. [24] D. [31] Roy S. 2005. Parameter estimation in linear models of the human operator in a closed loop with application of deterministic test signals. van Lunteren and H. [17] A. [14] Stephen R. and Control. T. In IVth IFAC Congress. D. Rice. On-line parameter estimation of the human transfer in a man-bicycle system. S. Ergonomics. In Sixth Annual Conference on Manual Control. 1991. Systems Technology. Stassen. Stassen. [19] A. van Lunteren and H. Lateral dynamics of an offroad motorcycle by system identification. Accident-avoidance capabilities of motorcycles.a review of modeling aspects. Cornell Aero. Mathematical models of human pilot behavior. Warsaw. Wrigt-Patterson AFB. Wright-Patterson AFB. Stassen. Journal of Guidance. Weir. Calspan Corp. July 1973. 1967. James. Calspan. McRuer and D. G. Systems. Shear force development by pneumatic tires in steady-state conditions . AGARD AG 188. Lateral dynamics of motorcycles towing single-wheeled trailers. Journal of Dynamics. A Model of the Human’s Use of Motion Cues in Vehicular Control. Investigations on the characteristics of a human operator stabilizing a bicycle model. May 1973. Technical Report VJ-2888-K. Vehicle System Dynamics: International Journal of Vehicle Mechanics and Mobility. [18] A.. Roland Jr. [30] R. [13] Errol R. G. D. 1970. S.H. G. Inc. Technical Report ZN-5571-V-1. Stassen. G. June 1975. In Proceedings of the 9th Annual Conference on Manual Control. In Procedings of the 6th Annual Conference on Manual Control. Roland. Computer simulation of bicycle dynamics. Control and Dynamics. USA. Sharp. Krendel. In Annual Conference. November 1972. ASME. Investigations on the bicycle simulator. [32] R. July 2002. Laboratory for Measurement and Control. 1969. Roland. pages 1048–1052. Rice and R. 2 . van Lunteren and H. Japan. CA. 71(1):8–9. Modjtahedzadeh and R. Measurement. D. Stassen. On the influence of drugs on the behavior of a bicycle rider. G. Douglas Roland. Ohio. McRuer and D. Development of autonomous bike robot with balancer. Technical Report ZN-5144-K-1. Stassen. Hess. April 1970. [16] A. Mechanics and Sports. A model of driver steering control behavior for use in assessing vehicle handling qualities. Human control of road vehicles. S. 115:456–464. 38(1):1–22. 1975. Lab. Vehicle System Dynamics: International Journal of Vehicle Mechanics and Mobility. 13:476–482. IEEE Transactions on. 1973. 1970. Paper 4601741. Vehicle System Dynamics. S. [27] Hans B Pacejka and Robin S. September 2007. Technical Report STI-P-146. 12(4):599–633. Theory of manual vehicular control. Ohio.

The simulation of aerial movement-II. 1972. U. [39] Y. Measurement. Motorcycle Handling Dynamics and Rider Control and the Effect of Design Configuration on Response and Performance. [46] D. Automatica. [42] D. 221(4):415–427. Morlock. Self sustaining bicycle robot with steering controller. [43] David H. 2009. [45] David H. Yeadon. [50] J.[34] R. McRuer. Tresilian.C. Technical Report 790266. Buffalo. Bicycle dynamics tire characteristics and rider modeling. Oct 2007. Bicycle dynamics. Weir. Zellner. Washington. R. Zellner. Chatziastros. Technical Report 790260. Roland and J. [48] M. Murakami. 1978. Roland and R. 1970. Zellner and D. Department of Transportation National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and Systems Technology. Calspan Corporation. March 1972. PhD Thesis. D. Sharp. The appropriate use of regression equations for the estimation of segmental inertial properties. H. Weir. Lateral-directional motorcycle dynamics and rider control. ride guidance modeling and disturbance response. Prepared for Schwinn Bicycle Company. and N... July 16-18 1973. Moped directional dynamics and handling qualities. W. 1978. A study on straight-line tracking and posture control in electric bicycle. John W. number 73018. Chicago. 129(4):373–382. NY. A mathematical inertia model of the human body. Motorcycle handling. Lynch. San Francisco. Weir. 1979. H. [36] R. Inc. W. Sharp. Industrial Electronics. R. IEEE Transactions on. Weir. Cal Report YA-3063-K-1. D. Jan. Weir. Rice. Cornell Aeronautical Labaratory. W. IL 60639. [35] R. [38] Robin S. Technical Report YA-3063-K-2. A manual control view of motorcycle handling. Optimal stabilization and path-following controls for a bicycle. and Control. May 1979.H. In Second International Congress of Automotive Safety. Zellner and D. 56(1):159–168. Technical Report ZS-5157-K-1. 14221. Los Angeles. SAE. Douglas Roland Jr. 1989. Teper. [37] Robin S. Experimental investigation of the transient behavior of motorcycles.P. 23:67–74. University of California Los Angeles. Murakami.H. March 2004. 33(5):1127–44.. Development of handling test procedures for motorcycles. 3 . CA. Tanaka and T. H. Tanaka and T. AMC ’04. June 1971. [40] Y.S. Inc. J. 6(1):87 – 98. A digital computer simulation of bicycle dynamics. Weir and D. Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory. and Daniel E. In The 8th IEEE International Workshop on Advanced Motion Control. Technical Report Volume II. Journal of Experimental Psychological Human Perception and Performance. Technical Report 780313. [44] David H. 2007. Dynamics of driver vehicle steering control. A.T. Weir and J. Yeadon and M. 2004. Journal of Biomechanics. Buffalo. [49] M. Weir and John W. Technical Report 780304. Inc. [47] D.D. S. The role of visual and nonvisual feedback in a vehicle steering task. Wallis. Tomasevic. April 1973. 1990. [51] J. Journal of Dynamic Systems. 1979. Zellner. Massing. pages 193–197. 22:683–689. Journal of Biomechanics. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers – Part C – Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science. [41] G. and Gary L. April 2007. NY. Motorcycle steering control by road preview.

Sign up to vote on this title
UsefulNot useful