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2002-03-04

Application of HIL Simulations for the Development of Vehicle Stability Assist System 2002-01-0816

The Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) system can generate sufficient forces to rapidly change the vehicle's motion. We can use this capability to effectively control the vehicle's behavior, but we must pay careful attention to ensure its reliability. The VSA system should be precisely tuned for each vehicle's characteristics in order to satisfactorily control performance without any unnecessary intervention or any excessive warnings. Usually extensive field tests are necessary to precisely tune the VSA system.
This paper presents a practical method to tune the VSA system with Hardware-In-the-Loop (HIL) simulations in the final stage of its development. Due to the application of this procedure, both high control capabilities and reliability of the VSA system can be achieved.

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