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Dialynas, G. (author), Happee, R. (author), Schwab, A.L. (author)
Since the 1800s, the design of bicycles involves a mechanical linkage between the handlebar and the fork assembly. Herein, we propose an innovation, where the traditional mechanical connection between the handlebar and fork is decoupled and replaced with sensors, servomo-tors and a microcontroller allowing artificial manipulation of the bicycle...
conference paper 2018
Kooijman, J.D.G. (author)
Bicycle designers traditionally develop bicycles based on experience and trial and error. Adopting modern engineering tools to model bicycle and rider dynamics and control is another method for developing bicycles. This method has the potential to evaluate the complete design space, and thereby develop well handling bicycles for specific user...
doctoral thesis 2012
De Lange, P.D.L. (author)
Following in the wake of the increased bicycle popularity, bicycle research arose in the late 19th century. Early research, regarding the dynamic behavior of an uncontrolled bicycle, resulted in the Carvallo (1899) and more general Whipple (1899) model. In the past years, extensive research has been done to validate these uncontrolled bicycle...
master thesis 2011