Development of New Shift Control System using a Model-based Control Method for Toyota Stepped Automatic Transmissions 2017-01-1632
A new shift control system using a model-based control method for stepped automatic transmissions. Using a gear train numerical formula model, the model-based shift control system is constructed using minimum calibration parameters with feedforward and feedback controllers.
It also adopts control target values for the input shaft revolution and output shaft torque, thus enabling precise control that provides the most suitable shift feeling in various driving situations and for various vehicle characteristics. Furthermore, the model-based shift control system improves robustness in terms of disturbance elements such as production tolerance, time degradation, and use environment.
Toyota has adopted this model-based shift control system in its UA80/UB80 8-speed automatic transmissions for front-wheel-drive vehicles and its AGA0 10-speed automatic transmission for rear-wheel-drive vehicles. This paper describes the details of this model-based shift control system.
Citation: Tsukamoto, N., Chimbe, T., Asami, T., Ota, K. et al., "Development of New Shift Control System using a Model-based Control Method for Toyota Stepped Automatic Transmissions," SAE Technical Paper 2017-01-1632, 2017, https://doi.org/10.4271/2017-01-1632. Download Citation