Supplemental Rear Wheel Power Steering System for a FSAE Vehicle; Effect of the Consumer on Automobile Design

Westin Recktenwald
Automobiles typically struggle to make tight, low speed turns common in parking scenarios and in town driving. At high speeds, the ability to quickly change direction to avoid a collision with another vehicle or animal is critical to vehicle performance. Vehicles with front wheel mechanical steering are typically unable to make tight low speed maneuvers or provide the handling needed for emergency or performance situations at high speeds. The technical aspect of this project is...
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