Browse Publications Technical Papers 2002-01-2949
2002-11-05

A Longitudinal Slip Tire Model for Brake Control Systems: Features and Uses in Simulation, Control Synthesis and Stability Analysis 2002-01-2949

A dynamical model of tire longitudinal slip, suitable for use in aircraft brake control system and antiskid design, is presented. The model differs from conventional mu–slip models in that it incorporates a single degree of freedom for tire stretch. Applications of the model in simulation, control synthesis, and stability analyses are described.

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