Volume 7, Issue 3, 2023
All of the papers in this special issue focus on ideas and recent results in modern vehicle dynamics control systems supported by advanced functionalities of assisted and automated driving. Recognizing the constant emergence of new ideas in the field and addressing the latest relevant trends, this special issue presents a number of contributions from academic and industrial organizations.
Special Issue Co-Editors:
Valentin Ivanov, Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany
Dzmitry Savitski, Volkswagen AG Wolfsburg, Germany
The SAE International Journal of Vehicle Dynamics, Stability, and NVH is a scholarly publication dedicated to publishing papers focused on vehicle dynamics, stability, noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH). This platform provides researchers, engineers, and academicians an avenue to present their advanced theoretical and experimental work for developing quieter, more comfortable, and dynamically superior vehicles.
The contributions collected in this special issue show the diversity of research domains and the high level of interdisciplinarity in the design process of modern vehicle dynamics control systems. This also highlights that the safe, comfort-oriented, and energy-efficient operation of such systems remains to be the central scope in automated and electrified mobility.
- Model-Free Intelligent Control for Antilock Braking Systems on Rough Roads - A Safety-Critical Decision-Making and Control Framework Combining Machine-Learning-Based and Rule- Based Algorithms - Robust Estimation of Vehicle Dynamic State Using a Novel Second-Order Fault-Tolerant Extended Kalman Filter - Frequency-Domain Analysis and Joint Torque Vibration Suppression Control on Two-Input-Two-Output Torque Difference Amplification Motor Drive System of Electrified Vehicles - Brake-by-Wire System Redundancy Concept for the Double Point of Failure Scenario - A Mid-Fidelity Model in the Loop Feasibility Study for Implementation of Regenerative Antilock Braking System in Electric Vehicles - A Review of Dynamic State Estimation for the Neighborhood System of Connected Vehicles - Electrically Interconnected Suspension and Related Technologies: A Comprehensive Review - Concept, Implementation, and Performance Comparison of a Particle Filter for Accurate Vehicle Localization Using Road Profile Data