Introduction to directional sliding
The direction of the side slip caused by the camber of the wheel is always opposite to the direction of the camber angle, that is, if the camber angle of the wheel is positive, the generated side slip direction is inward as shown in Fig. 1(a); if the wheel camber is negative, Then, the side slip direction is outward, as shown in Fig. 1(b). In short, the direction of the side slip produced by the camber angle is always opposite to the direction of the camber angle, which is a fixed direction, so we call it the W-type oriented side slip. The direction of the W-oriented directional slip is independent of the direction of travel of the car. When the camber angle is positive, the direction of the side-sliding direction is inward when the car is moving forward; the direction of the side-sliding direction is still inward when the car is retreating.