A comparison of braking and differential control of road vehicle yaw-sideslip dynamics
journal contributionposted on 06.08.2009 by P.J. Hancock, R.A. Williams, T.J. Gordon, Matt Best
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Two actuation mechanisms are considered for the comparison of performance capabilities in improving the yaw–sideslip handling characteristics of a road vehicle. Yaw moments are generated either by the use of single-wheel braking or via driveline torque distribution using an overdriven active rear differential. For consistency, a fixed reference vehicle system is used, and the two controllers are synthesized via a single design methodology. Performance measures relate to both open-loop and closed-loop driving demands, and include both on-centre and limit handling manoeuvres.
- Aeronautical, Automotive, Chemical and Materials Engineering
- Aeronautical and Automotive Engineering