DMIR Strain-based measurement and interpretation system for pneumatic radial tires
The DMIR system is both a process and a device for recording the tire state as forces, inflation and others, especially for pneumatic radial tires. During the process, the current rolling condition of the tire is measured and compared with condition data records that were prepared with a number of preliminary calculations, measurements, and/or test results and then saved in a database. This process is suitable for the determination of interior tire pressure, wheel speed, normal and tangential forces, tire stability, state of wear, and the friction coefficients and will support interior pressure and vehicle stability control systems.
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