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steering

Patient care The directing by a physician or health care worker of an 'unattached' Pt to a particular physician or group for followup after being seen in an emergency room or other neutral health care setting. See Unattached patient. Cf Flipping.
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The main objective of DBAS is to reduce driver steering torque in the event of EPAS failure.
On the other hand, in a study by Nozaki[4] that examined driver models at the time of drift area counter-steering, it was revealed that the drift cornering counter-steering delay could be improved by derivative steering assistance (DSA) control.
IN-SITU STEERING KINEMATIC ANALYSIS OF SKID STEERING FOR ARTICULATED MOTOR-DRIVEN VEHICLE
The use of the steering brakes becomes almost automatic for most operators to consistently get desired steering.
friction] are moment of inertia, damping coefficient, and friction for steering system.
In addition, the safety features in electro-hydraulic power steering systems and electronic power steering systems, such as anti-lock braking system (ABS) and electronic stability control (ESC), are also stimulating their demand over hydraulic power steering systems.
According to the report, the automotive industries in emerging markets such as India, China, and Mexico are growing steadily, which is increasing the demand for automotive steering systems.
Ford's system uses a precision-controlled actuator placed inside the steering wheel, and requires no change to a vehicle's traditional steering system.
A pioneer in steering technologies, Nexteer was the first company to introduce EPS for volume applications in 1999.
A steering-only maneuver was devised such that only the steering system was active during the cycle.
2011, Macaveiu & Alexandru, 2011)--with the idea of a pure mechanical structure --develop and underlie variants of linkages and cam mechanisms for the steering box of the rear axle which will drive the rear wheels and turn them under the integral steering requirements, respectively: at the beginning of a turn (at high speeds) the rear wheels are turned in the same direction to the front ones, return in normal position and then turn in the opposite position.
Without the modeling capabilities, this magnesium steering column would probably still be on the drawing board.