Calculating the position of turning point for a vehicle must put into consideration the **x co-ordinate** and **y co-ordinate** positions of turning point.

There are various parameters you need to be able to calculate these positions. I would start to with how **Nickzom Calculator** calculates the position of turning point (x co-ordinate).

You are required to have 4 parameters to get the answer for the position and these parameters are:

- Steer Angle of the Rear Outer Wheel
- Rear Track
- Distance of Rear Wheel from Mass Center
- Steer Angle of Rear Inner Wheel

To access this functionalities in Nickzom Calculator, you need to purchase our professional version – **Nickzom Calculator+** (The Calculator Encyclopedia). You can access this software via any of these channels:

Web – https://www.nickzom.org/calculator-plus

Android (Paid) – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.nickzom.nickzomcalculator

Apple (Paid) – https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/nickzom-calculator/id1331162702?mt=8

With that done, Open up the app, select **Engineering** and click on **Open Section**.

Click on **Mechanical**

Then, click on **Vehicle Dynamics**

Click on **Vehicle Kinematics**

Next, click on **position of turning center for a vehicle**

Since we are handling for the x co-ordinate first. Click on **Position of Turning Point (x co-ordinate)**

This would display a page or activity for you to enter the correct values for the various parameters.

Now, enter the values of the parameters accordingly.

Click on **Calculate** to display the result for the position of turning point (x co-ordinate)

Now, let me show you how Nickzom Calculator calculates the **Position of Turning Point (y co-ordinate)**.

To get the answer, Nickzom Calculator requires 5 parameters which are:

- Steer Angle of the rare inner wheel
- Rear Track
- Front Track
- Wheel Base
- Steer Angle of Front Inner Wheel

Now on the top side of the current page you would see a navigate link “**Position of Turning Center for a Vehicle**” like the image shown below. Click on the link

Then click on **Position of Turning Point (y co-ordinate)**

The page or activity that displays before you is where you enter the accurate values of your parameters.

Enter your values appropriately

Then, click on **Calculate** for the result from The Calculator Encyclopedia

Therefore, all Mechanical Engineering students and professionals should have this tool to make computation and getting answers to calculations easy and breezy.

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