loaded radius

loaded radius
Measurement in inches from the wheel axle centerline to the ground when the tire is properly inflated for the load. Also called static loaded radius

Dictionary of automotive terms. 2015.

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  • static loaded radius — the loaded radius of a stationary tire inflated to normal recommended pressure. Note: in general, static loaded radius is different from the radius of slowly rolling tire. Static radius of a tire rolled into position may be different from that of …   Mechanics glossary

  • static loaded radius — See loaded radius …   Dictionary of automotive terms

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  • peak-to-peak loaded radial tire run-out — the difference between maximum and minimum values of the loaded radius on a true running wheel …   Mechanics glossary

  • flat tire radius — the distance from the spin axis to the road surface of a loaded tire on a specified rim at zero inflation …   Mechanics glossary

  • radial force variation — the periodic variation of the normal force of a loaded straight free rolling tire which repeats each revolution at a fixed loaded radius, given mean normal force, constant speed, given inflation pressure and test surface curvature …   Mechanics glossary

  • static deflection — the radial difference between the undeflected tire radius and the static loaded radius, under specified loads and inflation …   Mechanics glossary

  • lateral force variation — the periodic variation of lateral force of a straight free rolling tire which repeats each revolution, at a fixed loaded radius, given mean normal force, constant speed, given inflation pressure and test surface curvature …   Mechanics glossary

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