## Traction force required to climb curb Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Traction force required to climb the curb = Weight on single wheel*cos(Angle between traction force and horizontal axis)
R = G*cos(θ)
This formula uses 1 Functions, 3 Variables
Functions Used
cos - Trigonometric cosine function, cos(Angle)
Variables Used
Traction force required to climb the curb - (Measured in Newton) - Traction force required to climb the curb is defined as the force in which the wheel gets torque from the powertrain and generates a traction force in the contact point with the curb.
Weight on single wheel - (Measured in Newton) - Weight on single wheel is defined as the weight force acting on the single wheel of vehicle.
Angle between traction force and horizontal axis - (Measured in Radian) - Angle between traction force and horizontal axis is the angle made between the traction force that pushes the wheel above curb and the horizontal wheel axis.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Weight on single wheel: 5000 Newton --> 5000 Newton No Conversion Required
Angle between traction force and horizontal axis: 0.65 Radian --> 0.65 Radian No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
R = G*cos(θ) --> 5000*cos(0.65)
Evaluating ... ...
R = 3980.41899274528
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
3980.41899274528 Newton --> No Conversion Required
3980.41899274528 Newton <-- Traction force required to climb the curb
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## Traction force required to climb curb Formula

Traction force required to climb the curb = Weight on single wheel*cos(Angle between traction force and horizontal axis)
R = G*cos(θ)

## What is the traction force required to climb a curb?

When the wheel(s) receive torque from the powertrain, climbing a curb is easier, since it requires less force/torque. The torque T [Nm] coming from the engine (motor) will generate a traction force R [N] and a normal force N [N] in the contact point P. The case in which the wheel gets torque from the powertrain and generates a traction force in the contact point with the curb is the traction force that acts to push the vehicle up the curb.

## How to Calculate Traction force required to climb curb?

Traction force required to climb curb calculator uses Traction force required to climb the curb = Weight on single wheel*cos(Angle between traction force and horizontal axis) to calculate the Traction force required to climb the curb, The Traction force required to climb curb. formula is defined as the force in which the wheel gets torque from the powertrain and generates a traction force in the contact point with the curb. Traction force required to climb the curb is denoted by R symbol.

How to calculate Traction force required to climb curb using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Traction force required to climb curb, enter Weight on single wheel (G) & Angle between traction force and horizontal axis (θ) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Traction force required to climb curb calculation can be explained with given input values -> 3980.419 = 5000*cos(0.65).

### FAQ

What is Traction force required to climb curb?
The Traction force required to climb curb. formula is defined as the force in which the wheel gets torque from the powertrain and generates a traction force in the contact point with the curb and is represented as R = G*cos(θ) or Traction force required to climb the curb = Weight on single wheel*cos(Angle between traction force and horizontal axis). Weight on single wheel is defined as the weight force acting on the single wheel of vehicle & Angle between traction force and horizontal axis is the angle made between the traction force that pushes the wheel above curb and the horizontal wheel axis.
How to calculate Traction force required to climb curb?
The Traction force required to climb curb. formula is defined as the force in which the wheel gets torque from the powertrain and generates a traction force in the contact point with the curb is calculated using Traction force required to climb the curb = Weight on single wheel*cos(Angle between traction force and horizontal axis). To calculate Traction force required to climb curb, you need Weight on single wheel (G) & Angle between traction force and horizontal axis (θ). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Weight on single wheel & Angle between traction force and horizontal axis and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well. Let Others Know