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2013-04-08

Study of Stability Control for Electric Vehicles with Active Control Differential 2013-01-0715

This article conducts a research on the active control differential (ACD) yaw moment stability control for central motor driven automobiles.
By calculation, the active control differential yaw moment generation ability which is limited by the maximum differential twist ratio and the motor output torque is not enough compared with traditional Electronic Stability Program (ESP).
A Matlab and CarSim joint simulation is applied on double lane change and sine wave steering input condition, through which the active control differential effect is analyzed. It is concluded that yaw moment control using active control differential has improved the steering sensitivity and yaw rate tracking effect to some extent in double lane change test and it also has been verified that it works effectively to keep the stability of the vehicle in sine wave test.

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