Cornering Control Model for Driver in Drift Cornering 2005-01-3471
In this study, a steering model and vehicle velocity control model were applied for a driver in drift cornering in order to maintain an intentional drift angle at the time of cornering.
The driver was assumed to steer based on feedback from the body slip angle and the body slip velocity during drift cornering. It is found that the driver not only controls the drift angle at the time of the drift cornering but also controls the turn radius by changing vehicle velocity. Moreover, at the return from drift cornering to the straightaway, feedback is based on not only the body slip angle but also the body slip angle velocity, which is differentiated steer based on the phase is advanced.