Ph.D. Erik Dahlberg
Erik was a Ph.D. student at the Division of Vehicle Engineering between 1997 to 2001.
Erik is now with SCANIA in Södetälje, +46-(0)8- 553 82 311.
- Ph.D., Vehicle Engineering, Royal Institute of Technology, 2001
- Tech. Lic., Vehicle Engineering, Royal Institute of Technology, 1999
- Master of Science, Vehicle Engineering, Royal Institute of Technology, 1996
J. P. Wideberg, E. Dahlberg and M. Svensson, Study of stability measures and legislation of heavy articulated vehicles in different OECD countries. 9th Int. Symposium on Heavy Vehicle Weights and Dimensions, Pennsylvania, USA, 2006.
J. P. Wideberg and E. Dahlberg, Influence of the fifth-wheel location on the handling of a heavy articulated vehicle. 8th Int. Symposium on Heavy Vehicle Weights and Dimensions, Johannesburg, South Africa, 2004.
E. Dahlberg, Parameter Sensitivity Study of the Dynamic Rollover Threshold. 7th Int. Symposium on Heavy Vehicle Weights and Dimensions, Delft, the Netherlands, 2002.
E. Dahlberg and A. Stensson, The Dynamic Rollover Threshold of Commercial Vehicles - a Sensitivity Study. International Journal of Vehicle Design, Vol. 40, No. 1-3, pp. 228-250, 2006.
E. Dahlberg, Commercial vehicle roll stability - focusing on rollover. Doctoral thesis, 2001.
E. Dahlberg, A method determining the rollover threshold of commercial vehicles. SAE technical paper, 2000-01-3492, 2000.
E. Dahlberg, Commercial vehicle roll and yaw stability. Licentiate thesis, Royal Institute of Technology, 1999.
E. Dahlberg, Yaw Instability due to Longitudinal Load Transfer During Braking in a Curve. SAE technical paper 1999-01-2956, 1999.
E. Dahlberg, Commercial Vehicle Rollover Prediction Using Energy Considerations. Proceedings from the 1999 Barcelona EAEC European Automotive Congress, STA99C203, 1999.
N. G. Vågstedt and E. Dahlberg, Determination of Lateral Axle Data of Heavy Vehicle Combinations. SAE technical paper 973188, 1997.
E. Dahlberg and N. G. Vågstedt, The Advantages of a Simple Approach & ETH; Modelling Heavy Vehicle Handling. SAE technical paper 973264, 1997.