Determination of the center of gravity of multi-functional fire-fighting and rescue motorcycles used in Vietnam

Authors

  • Le Quang Bon University of Fire Prevention and Fighting of the Ministry of Public Security of Vietnam; 100000, Vietnam, Hanoi, Thanh Xuan, Khuat Duy Tien, 243

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33408/2519-237X.2023.7-3.255

Keywords:

motorcycle, center of gravity, driving control

Abstract

Purpose. To determine a reasonable place for installing the equipment unit for the fire-rescue motorcycle, which allows maintaining the stability of the motorcycle when driving at a speed of v ≤ 70 km/h.

Methods. To calculate the motorcycle motion model Matlab was used.

Findings. The methods have been developed for determining the coordinates of the center of gravity of a multifunctional fire and rescue motorcycle equipped with an equipment unit. The effect of motorcycle speed on its stability when turning around was researched.

Application field of research. The results of the work can be used in recommendations for motorcycles exploitation in case of moving to the fire place.

Author Biography

Le Quang Bon, University of Fire Prevention and Fighting of the Ministry of Public Security of Vietnam; 100000, Vietnam, Hanoi, Thanh Xuan, Khuat Duy Tien, 243

Rector; PhD in Technical Sciences, Associate Professor

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Published

2023-08-10

How to Cite

Le, Q. B. (2023) “Determination of the center of gravity of multi-functional fire-fighting and rescue motorcycles used in Vietnam”, Journal of Civil Protection, 7(3), pp. 255–262. doi: 10.33408/2519-237X.2023.7-3.255.