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2010-04-12

Advancement of Vehicle Dynamics Control with Monitoring the Tire Rolling Environment 2010-01-0108

One of the most important challenges for electronic stability control (ESC) systems is the identification and monitoring of tire rolling environment, especially actual tire-road friction parameters. The presented research considers an advanced variant of the ESC system deducing the mentioned factors based on intelligent methods as fuzzy sets.
The paper includes:
  • Overview of key issues in prototyping the algorithms of Electronic Stability Control.
  • Case study for vehicle model.
  • Procedures for monitoring of tire rolling environment: theoretical backgrounds, computing methods, fuzzy input and output variables, fuzzy inference systems, interface with ESC algorithm.
  • Case study for ESC control algorithm.
  • Examples of simulation using Hardware-in-the-Loop procedures.
The proposed approach can be widely used for the next-generation of ESC devices having the close integration with Intelligent Transport Systems.

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