# Mechanical Engineering - Automobile Engineering - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Automobile Engineering - Section 1 (Q.No. 11)
11.
Incorrect steering axis inclination (S.A.I.) causes
tendency to assume toe-out orientation
generation of a braking effect at tight corners
poor recovery of the steering wheel after making a turn
the vehicle to pull to the side of lesser inclination
Explanation:
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Discussion:
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Muhammad Musab said:   9 years ago
The steering axis inclination is the tangential deviation of the pivot axis with respect to a vertical line to the roadway (seen from the vehicle steering axis).

Steering axis inclination and camber together form an angle that remains the same upon deflecting in and out.

Intzar ali said:   8 years ago
Camber is the angle of the wheel, measured in degrees if the top of the wheel is tilted out then the camber is positive, if it's tilted in, then the camber is negative.

Were the wheel is gone in either side inclination, in a specific mean of time, and to get the wheel to right position in a specific mean of time is called SAI.

Yes, incorrect S.A.I leads to pull the vehicle to the side of higher inclination(not in lesser side), and take time to get back.

Chetan Nagose said:   5 years ago
What is the angle of inclination of steering?

Udit Nandy said:   1 decade ago
What is incorrect steering axis inclination?

ASHOK SAJU RATHOD said:   10 years ago
Steering axis inclination.

Md Nadeem Khan said:   6 years ago
Steering Axis Inclination.