Dynamic Vehicle Simulation -Forward, Inverse and New Mixed Possibilities for Optimized Design and Control 2004-01-1619
Inverse dynamic simulation is a successful method to make fast simulations of powertrains modeled using vehicle velocity and acceleration. This method is here extended so that additional dynamics can be included, and it is compared to the standard/usual forward dynamic simulation. Simulation results show that extended inverse dynamic simulation is a good method for maintaining speed and increasing accuracy in simulations. This gives the possibility to use the inverse dynamic simulation as a tool for powertrain optimization and control strategy evaluation.
Vehicular Systems, ISY Linköpings Universitet
SAE 2004 World Congress & Exhibition
Modelling: Diesel Engines, Multi-Dimensional Engine, and Vehicle and Engine Systems-SP-1826, Heat Exchangers and Their Simulation, Thermal Management, and Fundamental Advances in Thermal and Fluid Sciences-SP-1818