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vehicle's front-to-rear directional force


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07:20 Feb 8, 2009
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English to Russian translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Automotive / Cars & Trucks / Подвеска
English term or phrase: vehicle's front-to-rear directional force
Что это за сила, как ее поточнее (не покрасивее!) обозвать?

However, when the anti-pitching geometry, which shows an excessively large anti-pitching effect, is adapted, a degree of conducting a VEHICLE'S FRONT-TO-REAR DIRECTIONAL FORCE, which is initially applied to ground contact points of the vehicle wheels (tires) at the time of driving the vehicle on, for example, a rough road, to the vehicle body is increased as a vertical force.
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Roman Karabaev



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По-моему так: ...горизонтальной составляющей результирующей сил реакции опоры, приложенных к точкам контакта шины с поверхностью при движении по дороге с неровным покрытием...

Я опустил в переводе "спереди-назад", потому что это во-первых, справедливо только при движении транспортного средства вперед, а во-вторых и так очевидно.
Вобщем, лучше будут чувствоваться дорожные неровности с такой конструкцией.

Roman Karabaev
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