Effect of a smaller wheel on bumps
So I would like to know how much of an effect wheel size has on ride quality. Ride quality being the time and amplitude of the accelerative forces generated by bumps in the pavement.
Assume a rigid wheels of iso 622 and iso 540, 25mm tires at 100 psi, forward speed of 25kph, 75kg bike and rider, standard 1g of gravity. Rider can be rigidly attached or not, and energy loss can be figured in or not, please specify though.
The obstacles will be a 3mm 6mm 15mm and 30mm step up, 3mm 6mm 15mm and 45mm step down, and a 100mm wide bottomless gap.
If anyone would like to tackle this physics problem then go for it.