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2007-04-16

The Study for the Improvement of On-Center Feel with MTS Technique 2007-01-0990

On-center feel is a multivariate problem that a performance is represented using put-together several sub-characteristics such as torque feedback, response, torque linearity, hysteresis, returnability, etc. For the improvement of a multivariate problem, multi objective optimization should be carried out. However each characteristic which ignores correlation between characteristics is usually optimized up to now. The objective of this research, Mahalanobis Taguchi System (MTS) technique is grafted to on-center steering feel to obtain the efficient improvement. MTS technique can optimize the unified on-center index which is generated in consideration of correlation between characteristics.
In this research, first an effective value of MTS technique is verified with on-center steering feel which has the multivariate characteristic. Second, on-center steering feel is improved using MTS technique and Design of Experiments (DOE). Finally, the verified test is conducted using the steering robot with respect to optimized design to confirm the improvement. As a result, it is verified MTS technique is very useful for multivariate problem and on-center feel is enhanced by about 46%.

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