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Hello all physicians

I'm doing an EE on the stability of a bicycle

My research question is

What affects the stability of a bicycle more, the velocity or the diameter / thickness of the wheel?

now which variable do u think would be better for the second one, the diamether/thickness?

And when i mean stability i will say that the angle exceeds? the center of gravity.

Any good suggestions for a feasible lab? it would be REALLY REALLY helpful!

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Thickness, definitely. I don't think that the diameter of the wheel will have anything to say (apart from lifting the centre of gravity).

Though I think that lab will be pretty hard to accomplish. How will you measure the "stability"? What do you define as stability?

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