Improvement of Vehicle Directional Stability for Transient Steering Maneuvers Using Active Brake Control 960485
In this paper, we discuss vehicle directional stability and introduce advanced stability control (ASTC) to stabilize the vehicle during severe cornering. Vehicle behavior in a transient steering condition during severe cornering was analyzed by computer simulation. It was found that applying an external yaw moment makes the vehicle more stable. The effect of controlling the brake force response is also evaluated by simulation to determine the brake actuator response criteria. The actual vehicle test was performed with a pylon slalom using a hydraulic brake actuator. It is verified that the ASTC stabilizes the vehicle for transient steering maneuvers.
Citation: Yasui, Y., Tozu, K., Hattori, N., and Sugisawa, M., "Improvement of Vehicle Directional Stability for Transient Steering Maneuvers Using Active Brake Control," SAE Technical Paper 960485, 1996, https://doi.org/10.4271/960485. Download Citation