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Synonyms for camber

a slight convexity (as of the surface of a road)

a slope in the turn of a road or track


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the alignment of the wheels of a motor vehicle closer together at the bottom than at the top

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curve upward in the middle

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There are three colored fabrics in this piece (green, beige, and blue), and they are sewn, pierced, and overlapped, forming an organic web that crosses over and through itself, penetrating a frame cambered by the stitches.
There are multiple alignment problems that can contribute to this including rotation of your femur, genu valgus or knock-knees, leg length discrepancy (either functional, when running on the same side of a cambered surface, or actual), excessive curvature of your back (lordosis), hip flexor tightness, hamstrings tightness, weak quadriceps, imbalance between hamstrings and quadriceps, or other biomechanical problems.
The wheels are cambered - slanted out at the bottom - to help in making fast turns.
For example, SLKB outsources the hull design, which contains cambered parts that need to be calculated in NUPAS Cadmatic software.
It does seem logical that a horse travelling at more than 40mph will become unbalanced when reaching a cambered section.