Development of Active Suspension Control for Combined Handling and Rollover Propensity Enhancement 2007-01-0826
A conceptual study of a control strategy that improves vehicle handling during cornering maneuvers while improving vehicle roll stability is presented. From the vehicle rollover propensity estimated by vehicle states, the proposed control strategy generates different actuation forces between the front and the rear suspensions to meet its handling and roll stability objectives. Simulation results for different vehicle maneuvers show that the proposed algorithm can effectively balance between enhanced handling and rollover stability.
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