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from the other factors, a tyre wear is primarily dependent on energy absorbed
within the tyregrip area during braking or during vehicle acceleration. This
paper shows set of derived equations that can be used to calculate the amount
of absorbed energy within brakes, as well as within the tyre grip area for
various typical cases and conditions occurring during braking.
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