University of Cambridge

I was a research student in the Department of Engineering at the University of Cambridge from 1996 until 2000. I worked on the Cambridge Vehicle Dynamics Consortium's project Maximising Roll-over Stability of Heavy Road Vehicles, specialising in vehicle dynamics simulation and control system design, under the supervision of Dr David Cebon. I graduated with the degree of Ph.D. in 2001.

Research overview

The roll-over of heavy vehicles is an important road safety problem worldwide. Active roll control systems consisting of active anti-roll bars can significantly improve the roll stability of single unit and articulated heavy vehicles.

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Theses and reports

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Conference proceedings

Bibliography

The bibliography from my thesis is available online (BiBTeX, 41 KB).

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