Evaluation of Vehicle Installed Wheel Lock Control Hardware with a Hybrid Computer Simulation 770098
A real-time hybrid computer simulation which is interfaced with an air brake truck is described. The simulation interconnects with the wheel lock electronic controller-modulator hardware and air brake system of a multiple axle truck to provide a laboratory tool for simulating vehicle braking performance. This technique provides controllable vehicle and road characteristics for evaluating the actual wheel lock and vehicle pneumatic system hardware. A set of comparative data is given and the merits of the simulation technique are discussed.
Citation: Grimm, R., Bremer, R., Jain, F., and Levijoki, W., "Evaluation of Vehicle Installed Wheel Lock Control Hardware with a Hybrid Computer Simulation," SAE Technical Paper 770098, 1977, https://doi.org/10.4271/770098. Download Citation
R. A. Grimm, R. J. Bremer, F. J. Jain, W. A. Levijoki
AC Spark Plug Div., General Motors Corp.
1977 International Automotive Engineering Congress and Exposition