- conicity force
- the component of lateral force offset which changes sign (with respect to the tire axis system) with a change in direction of rotation (positive away from the serial number or toward the whitewall). The force is positive when it is directed away from the serial number on the right side tire and negative when it is directed toward the serial number on the left side tire.
Mechanics glossary. 2013.
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