JP2013056563A - Device for applying steering resistance of vehicle - Google Patents

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JP2013056563A
JP2013056563A JP2011194490A JP2011194490A JP2013056563A JP 2013056563 A JP2013056563 A JP 2013056563A JP 2011194490 A JP2011194490 A JP 2011194490A JP 2011194490 A JP2011194490 A JP 2011194490A JP 2013056563 A JP2013056563 A JP 2013056563A
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a device for applying steering resistance of a vehicle, capable of providing good steering feeling in a fine steering region at the start of steering and at the start of returning, and improving the sense of safety at high-speed traveling by increasing the sense of rigidity of the steering.SOLUTION: This device for applying steering resistance of the vehicle is provided with a resistance applying means 5 applying resistance force to the rotation of a rotatable steering shaft 2 inserted into a cylindrical steering column 1, wherein the resistance force applied by the resistance applying means 5 is changed in response to a vehicle speed. The resistance applying means 5 is arranged near a steering wheel 4. The steering start is detected by means of a change in steering speed calculated based on a steering angle. The resistance force applied by the resistance applying means 5 in the steering start region is set larger than that in another region.

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  The present invention relates to a vehicle steering resistance applying device for applying resistance to rotation of a steering shaft operated by a steering wheel.
  The vehicle is steered by rotating a steering wheel (steering wheel). The steering wheel is attached to one end of a steering shaft that is inserted into a cylindrical steering column, and the steering wheel is rotated by the steering shaft. To the steering system such as a steering gear box.
  Incidentally, the vehicle is provided with a power steering device for assisting the driver's steering force, and the magnitude of the assist force by the power steering device is controlled so as to change according to the vehicle speed. Specifically, if the steering force is too light during high-speed driving, the steering wheel will be turned more than necessary, so the correction steering that requires only a minute (steering angle ± 10 °) will be overcut to maintain the course. In other words, correction steering in the reverse direction may be necessary. If the steering force is too light during high-speed driving, this corrective steering is repeated frequently and the maneuverability deteriorates. Therefore, the assist force of the power steering device is reduced to increase the driver's response (heavier the steering wheel). In addition, while suppressing an abrupt operation (abrupt steering wheel), turning the steering wheel more than necessary is prevented to improve the running stability of the vehicle. In addition, when driving at low speeds, the assist force can be increased (lighter the handle) to enable steering with a small steering force, and the steering wheel can be easily rotated, and a quick feeling can be achieved. Has been increased.
  By the way, in Patent Document 1, in order to prevent the occurrence of shimmy when the vehicle travels at a high speed in a straight line, the friction applying member is moved in the radial direction by the pressing member and pressed against the steering shaft to thereby rotate the steering shaft. A vehicle steering apparatus has been proposed in which a large amount of movement of the pressing member is set to apply a large amount of friction in the rotational direction to the steering shaft when the vehicle is traveling at a high speed in a straight line.
  Further, in Patent Document 2, the thrust member is pressed through a thrust member that is pressed against a thrust force receiving surface of a steering shaft via a thrust washer, and a spring provided in the steering shaft so as to be movable in the axial direction. A friction adjustment member that applies friction in the rotational direction to the steering shaft by pressing against the receiving surface is provided, and the steering friction is adjusted by the amount of movement of the friction adjustment member with respect to the steering shaft, and the phase and steering feeling of the steering force with respect to the steering angle are adjusted. There has been proposed a steering device which is adapted to change.
  Further, Patent Document 3 discloses a friction force applying device that applies a contact force to a rotating body on a steering shaft to apply a friction force, and a vehicle speed signal and a steering angle signal to input a steering speed when the steering wheel is neutral. There has been proposed a steering force control device for a steering device provided with an electric control device for controlling the frictional force applying device so as to apply a larger frictional force and increase the frictional force as the vehicle speed increases.
JP 2007-083940 A Japanese Patent No. 2800526 JP 60-042156 A
  By the way, the region that is sensitive to the response at the time of minute steering in the steering device is the region where the steering starts and returns, and the driver's response in that region is more sensitive to the steering handle than the assist part by the power steering device. Depends on the characteristics (rotational resistance and torsional rigidity) of the steering system on the near side. Therefore, there is a problem that a good steering feeling (feeling) cannot be obtained only by the assist characteristic of the power steering device.
  Further, when the steering system resistance (friction) or the assist part is located at a position away from the steering handle, there is a problem in that the torsion between the position and the steering handle is caused and the steering rigidity is lowered.
  The present invention has been made in view of the above problems, and the object of the present invention is to obtain a good steering feeling in a small steering region at the start and return of steering, and to increase the rigidity of the steering so as to travel at high speed. An object of the present invention is to provide a vehicle steering resistance applying device capable of improving the feeling of security at the time.
  In order to achieve the above object, the invention described in claim 1 is provided with resistance applying means for applying a resistance force to rotation of a rotatable steering shaft that is inserted into a cylindrical steering column, and is provided by the resistance applying means. In the vehicle steering resistance applying device that changes the resistance force according to the vehicle speed, the resistance applying means is disposed in the vicinity of the steering wheel, and the start of turning of the steering is determined by a change in the steering speed calculated based on the steering angle. Detecting and setting the resistance force applied by the resistance applying means in the steering start region is set to be larger than the resistance force applied in other regions.
  According to a second aspect of the present invention, in the first aspect of the invention, the start of return of the steering is detected by a change in the steering speed calculated based on the steering angle, and is applied by the resistance applying means in the return start region of the steering. The resistance force is set smaller than the resistance force applied in other regions.
  According to a third aspect of the present invention, in the first or second aspect of the invention, the resistance force applied by the resistance applying means is changed according to the vehicle speed, and the resistance force when the vehicle speed is high is greater than the resistance force when the vehicle speed is low. Is set to be large.
  According to a fourth aspect of the present invention, in the invention according to any one of the first to third aspects, the resistance force applied by the resistance applying means is changed according to a steering angle, and the resistance force is reduced as the steering angle increases. It is characterized by.
  According to a fifth aspect of the present invention, there is provided the changeover switch according to any one of the first to fifth aspects, wherein a selector switch is provided for selecting whether or not the resistance application means needs to provide the resistance force.
  According to the first aspect of the present invention, since the resistance applying means for applying the resistance force in the rotational direction to the steering shaft is disposed in the vicinity of the steering wheel, the steering shaft has a relationship between the application of the resistance force and the steering force (steering angle). The effect of twisting does not occur, and it becomes possible to suppress the feeling of funahunya due to twisting and rattling of steering system parts, and the rigidity of the steering is enhanced, improving the sense of security when the vehicle is traveling at high speed. In addition, since a relatively large resistance force is applied to the steering shaft at the start of turning of the steering, the steering force necessary for turning becomes relatively large, and the steering is responded to steering in a very small steering area at the beginning of turning of the steering (firm feeling) ) Is provided and a good steering feeling (feeling) is obtained.
  According to the second aspect of the present invention, since the resistance force applied to the steering shaft at the beginning of the return of the steering is reduced, the steering angle is increased (turning direction) to the steering angle is decreased (returning direction). The steering wheel can be quickly pulled back by suppressing the feeling of catching the steering wheel in the above operation, and a good steering feeling (feeling) can be obtained in a minute region at the beginning of the return. Furthermore, the steering wheel can be quickly returned to the neutral position (straight forward position).
  According to the invention described in claim 3, since the resistance force when the vehicle speed is high is set larger than the resistance force when the vehicle speed is low, the correction steering at the time of high speed traveling is overcut or the correction steering is frequently repeated. The deterioration of maneuverability due to the occurrence is prevented. That is, the driving stability of the vehicle can be improved by increasing the driver's necessary steering force during high-speed driving and suppressing a sudden operation while preventing the steering wheel from turning more than necessary. In addition, during low-speed driving, steering can be performed with a small steering force, and steering that greatly rotates the steering wheel can be easily performed, while a quick feeling can be enhanced, and the merchantability of the vehicle can be improved. .
  According to the fourth aspect of the present invention, since the resistance force is reduced as the steering angle increases, a relatively large response can be given to the driver in the vicinity of a straight line where the steering angle is small, and the steering is further improved from the cut state. In order to reduce the resistance force applied to the steering shaft at the start of turning of the steering wheel in the operation of turning the wheel (operation in the direction in which the steering angle increases), additional steering (additional cutting) is performed without imposing an excessive burden on the driver. ) Becomes easier and the maneuverability can be improved. Further, since the resistance force is reduced in the state of being largely cut, the steering wheel can be quickly returned to the neutral position.
  According to the fifth aspect of the present invention, since it is possible to select whether or not the resistance applying means is required to be applied by the changeover switch, it is possible to obtain a steering feeling according to the driver's preference.
1 is a view around a steering handle of a vehicle showing a basic configuration of a steering resistance applying device according to the present invention. It is a figure which shows the relationship between the steering force and steering angle of a steering apparatus provided with the steering resistance provision apparatus which concerns on this invention.
  Embodiments of the present invention will be described below with reference to the accompanying drawings.
  FIG. 1 is a view around a steering handle of a vehicle showing a basic configuration of a steering resistance applying device according to the present invention. In FIG. 1, reference numeral 1 denotes a cylindrical steering column attached to the vehicle body side. The steering shaft 2 is rotatably inserted. One end (upper end) of the steering shaft 2 is rotatably supported by the steering column 1 by a ball bearing 3, and a steering wheel 4 is attached to an end portion of the steering shaft 2 protruding from the steering column 1.
  A resistance applying means 5 for applying a resistance force to the rotation of the steering shaft 2 is attached to an end portion (upper end portion) of the steering column 1 in the vicinity of the steering wheel 4. A steering angle sensor 6 and a steering force sensor 7 are incorporated at the base end portion of the steering wheel 4. Although not shown, the other end (lower end) of the steering shaft 2 is connected to a steering system such as a steering gear box via a universal joint and the like, and when the driver rotates the steering wheel 4 to the left or right, the rotation is performed. Is transmitted to the steering system via the steering shaft 2, and the front wheel, which is a steered wheel, is steered left and right to turn the vehicle in either the left or right direction.
  The resistance applying means 5 includes a housing 8 attached to an end portion of the steering column 1, and a friction body 9 is provided at the distal end portion of the housing 8 in the radial direction of the steering shaft 2 (vertical direction in FIG. 1). The slider 10 is accommodated in the housing 8 so as to be slidable in the same direction as the direction of movement of the friction body 9 (vertical direction in FIG. 1). A spring 11 is mounted between the slider 10 and the friction body 9 in the housing 8, and the friction body 9 is pressed against the outer peripheral surface of the steering shaft 2 by the spring 11. Specifically, the friction body 9 is pressed against the outer peripheral surface of the steering shaft 2 on the side to which the steering wheel 4 is attached rather than the ball bearing 3 disposed at one end (upper end) of the steering shaft 2. The outer periphery of the slider 10 is fitted in a guide groove formed inside the housing 8 and slides inside the housing 8 while maintaining a non-rotating state.
  An electric motor 12 as an actuator is attached to the housing 8, and a screw shaft 13 extending from the electric motor 12 into the housing 8 is screwed into the center portion of the slider 10.
  Thus, in the resistance applying means 5 configured as described above, the friction body 9 is pressed against the outer peripheral surface of the steering shaft 2 by the spring 11, so that the friction between the friction body 9 and the steering shaft 2 is maintained. The force acts as a resistance to rotation of the steering shaft 2. As a result, a resistance force is applied to the rotation of the steering shaft 2 by the resistance applying means 5, and the magnitude of the resistance force is adjusted by driving the electric motor 12.
  That is, when the electric motor 12 is driven, the screw shaft 13 rotates, and the slider 10 screwed to the screw shaft 13 slides in the axial direction of the screw shaft 13 (the vertical direction in FIG. 1) in the housing 8. In order to compress or extend the spring 11, the pressing force of the spring 11 against the friction body 9 changes, and the pressing force of the friction body 9 against the steering shaft 2 changes due to the change in the pressing force. The frictional force generated during the period changes and the resistance applied to the steering shaft 2 changes. Specifically, the greater the pressing force of the friction body 9 by the spring 11, the greater the resistance force applied to the steering shaft 2.
  Incidentally, the driving of the electric motor 12 of the resistance applying means 5 is controlled by the controller 14, and the controller 14 controls the steering angle detected by the steering angle sensor 6 and the steering force detected by the steering force detection sensor 7. The electric motor 12 is driven and controlled based on the vehicle speed detected by the vehicle speed sensor 15 to adjust the resistance force applied to the steering shaft 2.
  Specifically, the controller 14 detects the start of turning of the steering wheel 4 based on a change in the steering speed calculated based on the steering angle, and determines the resistance force applied to the steering shaft 2 in the start of turning of the steering wheel 4. It is set larger than the resistance force applied in the other region (the region in the subsequent cutting direction). Further, the controller 14 detects the return start of the steering wheel 4 based on the change of the steering speed, and the resistance force to the steering shaft 2 is applied in the other region (the region in the cutting direction) in the return start region of the steering wheel 4. Set smaller than resistance.
  Further, the controller 14 determines, based on the steering angle, whether the start of turning of the steering wheel 4 detected by the change of the steering speed is from the neutral position or from the state where the steering is turned off to some extent. To do. In the case of additional cutting, the resistance is weaker than the resistance applied at the start of cutting from the neutral position. In the present embodiment, the steering wheel 4 is detected to be turned off by a change in the steering speed calculated based on the steering angle, and a resistance force is applied to the steering wheel 4 in the region where the steering wheel 4 is started. When the steering speed calculated based on the angle is substantially zero (the steering speed always changes if the steering is performed), the electric motor 12 of the resistance applying means 5 is previously set in preparation for the steering that will occur next. It is also possible to apply resistance to the steering shaft 2 by driving control. By doing in this way, it becomes possible to provide resistance without delay with respect to the start of turning of the steering wheel 4. Further, when the vehicle is traveling straight and the steering speed is substantially zero, if resistance is applied to the steering shaft 2 by the resistance applying means 5 in advance, the vehicle is prevented from flickering, and the vehicle running stability is improved. Can be increased.
  Here, for example, the characteristic shown in FIG. 2 is the relationship with the steering angle when an operation of turning the steering wheel to the right and turning it to the left to return to the original neutral point (so-called stationary operation) when the vehicle is stopped is performed. This will be described below. 2 indicates the steering angle (rotation angle) of the steering wheel 4, where the origin O is not steered (the vehicle is traveling straight), and the right side of the origin O is the right side. The state where the vehicle is steered is shown, and the left side of the origin O is steered to the left. The vertical axis in FIG. 2 indicates the driver's steering force applied to the steering wheel 4 (the force required to rotate the steering wheel 4). The magnitude | size is shown and the magnitude | size of the force of the direction to which the lower side from the origin O turns to the left is shown.
  At the neutral point (origin point) O shown in FIG. 2, the tire rolling direction is a straight traveling state facing the front of the vehicle. In this state, both the steering angle and the steering force are zero.
  When the driver turns the steering wheel 4 to the right from the state where the steering wheel 4 is at the neutral point O, the controller 14 changes the steering speed based on the change in the steering speed calculated based on the steering angle as described above. The start of cutting is detected, and resistance is applied to the steering shaft 2 by the resistance applying means 5. Here, in the steering turning start region (a small region from the neutral point O to the inflection point A in FIG. 2), the resistance force applied to the steering shaft 2 is applied to another region (the steering operation in the subsequent turning direction). Higher than the resistance force applied in the region). In the minute region from the neutral point O to the inflection point A, which is the steering turning start region, the driver tries to turn the steering wheel 4, but the steering wheel 4 is almost moved by the resistance force applied to the steering shaft 2. As a result, the driver increases the steering force. In this example, since the above-described vehicle is in a straight traveling state and the steering speed is substantially 0, the resistance applying means 5 applies a resistance force to the steering shaft 2 in advance.
  Then, at the inflection point A where the driver's steering force is strengthened, the steering wheel 2 starts to rotate by overcoming the resistance force applied to the steering shaft 2 by the driver's steering force.
  In the region of the inflection point A to the inflection point B shown in FIG. 2, it resists the friction of each component of the steering system which is almost the same as the resistance force applied to the steering shaft 2 by the resistance applying means 5 in total. Since the steering force of only the magnitude | size is required, a steering force increases. That is, the gradually increasing driver's steering force overcomes the resistance force of each component of the steering system, the steering wheel 2 rotates, and the rotation of the steering wheel 4 is sequentially transmitted to the steering system components. At the inflection point B, the rotation of the steering wheel 4 is transmitted to a tie rod (not shown), and the tie rod starts to move the left and right front wheels (knuckles and wheels).
  In the region of inflection point B to inflection point C shown in FIG. 2, left and right front wheels (knuckles and wheels) are pushed by tie rods (specifically, one of the front wheels is pushed and the other is pulled). It begins to move, but the grounded part of the tire remains stationary and the tire is twisted by its own elasticity. As the steering angle increases, the steering force is accumulated in the elastic deformation of the tire, and the steering force gradually increases. At the inflection point C, the steering force reaches the frictional force of the steering system components including the frictional force of the ground contact portion of the tire, and this steering force overcomes the frictional force of the steering system components and the tire is against the ground. Start to move.
  In the region of the inflection point C to the inflection point D shown in FIG. 2, the steering force gradually increases in order to resist the force due to the alignment of the suspension (the force for returning the traveling direction of the vehicle to the straight traveling direction). . The inflection point D is a point where the driver stops turning the steering wheel 4 to the right and starts turning in the return direction, and the rotation of the steering wheel 4 stops.
  The region from the inflection point D to the inflection point E shown in FIG. 2 is a region where the steering starts to return, and as described above, the controller 14 starts the steering return by the change in the steering speed (change in the steering direction). When detected, the resistance force applied to the steering shaft 2 is set to be smaller than the resistance force applied in the region where the steering wheel 4 starts to be cut. In this region, the force for turning the steering wheel 4 to the right against the resistance force applied to the steering shaft 2 by the resistance applying means 5 is not necessary, and the reverse direction (left direction) is against the friction. Since the steering wheel 4 is to be rotated, the steering force is rapidly reduced (the steering force is significantly reduced with respect to the change in the steering angle). Note that the change in the steering speed may be prepared at the beginning of the return of the steering by detecting the deceleration. That is, it is possible to predict the end of steering by the driver by reducing the steering speed, and to set the resistance force applied to the steering shaft 2 smaller than the resistance force applied so far.
  Further, when the driving force is large when the steering wheel 4 from the left and right front wheels is turned in the returning direction, the resistance force applied to the steering shaft 2 by the resistance applying means 5 is set relatively large. In addition, it is possible to counteract the force of turning in the return direction with this resistance force, to slow down the behavior in the return direction and to reduce the operating force of the driver. At the inflection point E, the steering wheel 4 starts to turn counterclockwise by overcoming the resistance force applied to the steering shaft 2 by the resistance applying means 5.
  In the region of the inflection point E to the inflection point F shown in FIG. 2, the rotation of the steering wheel 4 is transmitted to the components of the steering system, and the force of turning to the right changes to the force of turning to the left. A region, that is, a force transmission region for releasing the force to rotate to the right and to rotate to the left. At the inflection point F, the rotation of the steering wheel 4 is transmitted to the tie rod, and the tie rod starts to move.
  In the region of the inflection point F to the inflection point H shown in FIG. 2, the tie rod starts to return and the wheel starts to move. However, the grounding part of the tire does not move. In other words, the process of returning the twist of the tire to the original and the process of twisting in the opposite direction (left direction), the steering wheel 4 rotates to the left and tries to maintain the state where the steering wheel 4 is turned to the right. The driver's rightward force decreases, and the driver's leftward force that tries to turn the steering wheel 4 to the left increases. At the inflection point H, the ground contact surface of the tire starts to move, and the tire starts to move leftward. That is, the steering force in the left direction reaches the frictional force of the steering system components including the frictional force of the ground contact portion of the tire, and the tire starts to move with respect to the ground by overcoming these frictional forces.
  In the region of the inflection point H to the inflection point I shown in FIG. 2, the steering force gradually increases to resist the force due to the suspension alignment (force to return the vehicle traveling direction to the straight traveling direction). . Note that the resistance force applied to the steering shaft 2 in the process of the steering angle approaching zero is set to zero.
  As described above, the operation has been described along the example (stationary) shown in FIG. 2, but when the vehicle is traveling, the region of the inflection point B to the inflection point C and the inflection point F to the inflection point H are described. This region (deformation region of the tire) does not appear remarkably, and instead, the force due to the alignment of the suspension (force for returning the traveling direction of the vehicle to the straight traveling direction) increases. In the change of the steering angle in the return direction, the resistance force applied to the steering shaft 2 in the process of the steering angle approaching 0 is set to 0, so that the straightness due to the suspension alignment is not affected.
  Incidentally, the broken line shown in FIG. 2 shows a state in which the resistance force applied to the steering shaft 2 by the resistance applying means 5 is increased, and specifically, steering in the region from the neutral point O to the inflection point A. Increase in power increases. In the present embodiment, the controller 14 changes the resistance force applied to the steering shaft 2 by the resistance applying means 5 according to the vehicle speed. For example, as shown by the broken line in FIG. The steering force during high-speed traveling is increased by setting it to be larger than the resistance force in the case where the motor is small.
  Further, the controller 14 changes the resistance force applied by the resistance applying means 5 according to the steering angle, and sets the resistance force to be smaller as the steering angle increases.
  Further, in the present embodiment, as shown in FIG. 1, a changeover switch 16 is provided for selecting whether or not it is necessary to apply a resistance force to the steering shaft 2 by the resistance applying means 5. As a result, the driver can select the presence / absence of resistance application by the resistance applying means 5 by means of the changeover switch 16, so that a steering feeling according to the driver's preference can be obtained. Note that the changeover switch 16 can be changed so that the magnitude of the applied resistance can be adjusted.
  Thus, according to the present invention, the resistance applying means 5 for applying a resistance force to the steering shaft 2 in the rotational direction is disposed in the vicinity of the steering wheel 4, so that the influence of the twisting of the steering shaft 2 does not occur and A sense of rigidity is enhanced, and a sense of security when the vehicle is traveling at high speed can be improved.
  Further, according to the present invention, since a large resistance force is applied to the steering shaft 2 at the start of turning of the steering wheel, a response (solid feeling) is given to steering in a very small steering region at the beginning of turning of the steering wheel and good steering is achieved. A feeling (feeling) is obtained. Then, since the resistance force applied to the steering shaft 2 at the beginning of the return of the steering is reduced, the steering wheel 4 quickly returns to the neutral position (straight forward position), and a good steering feeling (feeling) in a minute region at the start of the return. Is obtained.
  Furthermore, according to the present invention, since the resistance force when the vehicle speed is high is set to be larger than the resistance force when the vehicle speed is low, it is possible to prevent the maneuverability from being deteriorated due to overcutting the correction steering during high-speed traveling.
  In addition, according to the present invention, the resistance force is reduced as the steering angle is increased, so that the driver can be greatly responsive in the vicinity of a straight line where the steering angle is small, and the steering wheel 4 that has been largely cut is moved to the neutral position. It can be quickly returned.
  In addition, in the present embodiment, it is possible to select whether or not it is necessary to apply the resistance force to the steering shaft 2 by the resistance applying means 5 by the changeover switch 16, and thus it is possible to obtain a steering feeling according to the driver's preference. .
DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Steering column 2 Steering shaft 4 Steering wheel 5 Resistance provision means 6 Steering angle sensor 7 Steering force sensor 9 Friction body 10 Slider 11 Spring 12 Electric motor 14 Controller 15 Vehicle speed sensor 16 Changeover switch

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  1. Providing resistance applying means for applying resistance to rotation of a rotatable steering shaft inserted through a cylindrical steering column, and applying resistance of the vehicle applied by the resistance applying means according to vehicle speed In the device
    The resistance applying means is disposed in the vicinity of the steering wheel, the start of steering is detected by a change in steering speed calculated based on the steering angle, and the resistance applied by the resistance applying means in the steering start region A steering resistance applying device for a vehicle, wherein the force is set larger than a resistance force applied in another region.
  2.   A steering return start is detected by a change in steering speed calculated based on the steering angle, and the resistance force applied by the resistance applying means in the steering return start region is smaller than the resistance force applied in other regions. The vehicle steering resistance applying device according to claim 1, wherein the vehicle steering resistance applying device is set.
  3.   3. The vehicle according to claim 1, wherein a resistance force applied by the resistance applying unit is changed according to a vehicle speed, and the resistance force when the vehicle speed is high is set larger than the resistance force when the vehicle speed is low. Steering resistance applying device.
  4.   The vehicle steering resistance applying device according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein a resistance force applied by the resistance applying means is changed according to a steering angle, and the resistance force is reduced as the steering angle increases.
  5. The vehicle steering resistance applying device according to any one of claims 1 to 4, further comprising a changeover switch that selects whether or not the resistance applying means needs to apply a resistance force.
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