After June 13 or so I'd be happy to Skype with anyone who wants to about these things. I have no quick
easy response to the posting below.
I'm working on a design similar to the Brike. I have to confess it's been a few years since I did any coursework in control theory, but my thoughts after reading the paper are that the assumption of a sinusoidal springback response being optimal was never really questioned. Also that the Whipple model is an oversimplification for this problem. It would be interesting if someone developed a more realistic bicycle model by adding one or more hinges to account for the ability to trackstand (or lack of that ability if I understand the original poster's problem).
We know (anecdotally) how this is done with modern conventional bikes and wouldn't it seem to require an additional hinge at the wrists ?
On Monday, July 6, 2015 at 8:20:14 AM UTC-7, Andrew Dressel wrote:
I don't know of a good way to connect these two groups, but thought this discussion taking place there might be thought provoking here.
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I don't know who you are or where you are so don't know how to write to you. Might you chat on Zoom with me
some time? You can write to me outside the group.
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