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Fachverlag für Wirtschaft und Technik

Vehicle Dynamics

Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Erich Schindler

182 pp., 107 ill., 3 tab., 48.00

Closed Loop System Driver Vehicle Environment:
Driving Tasks: Navigation, Longitudinal Feedback Control, Directional Feedback Control Directional Feedback Control Model Definition of Handling Definition of Active Safety
Demands on Vehicle Handling:
Basic Requirements Requirements for Active Safety Conflict of Aims
Kinematics of Vehicle Motion:
Degrees of freedom of a vehicle motion Planar Kinematics of Vehicle Motion Coordinate Systems, Motion Variables Planar Kinematics of a Rigid Body Planar Kinematics of Vehicle Motion at Low-Speed Turning Planar Kinematics of Vehicle Motion at High-Speed Cornering Description of Motion with respect to the Vehicle-fixed Coordinate System Steady-State Planar Vehicle Motion Spatial Kinematics of Car Body
Directional Response Behavior Part I:
Linear Bicycle Model Modeling Summary of the Linear Bicycle Model Steady-State Behavior Understeer, Neutral Steer and Oversteer, Understeer Gradient Steady-State Cornering Equations Yaw Velocity Gain, Characteristic Speed, Critical Speed Steady-State Cornering Transient Response Behavior Yaw Natural Frequency and Damping Stability Transfer Functions, Poles and Zeros Frequency Response Step Input Extended Linear Bicycle Model Yaw rate Estimating Methods
Influence of Vehicle Parameters on Vehicle Handling:
Introductory Remarks Influence of Vehicle Model Parameters Influence of Mass and Moment of Inertia 5.2.2 Influence of Center of Gravity and Steering Ratio Influence of Cornering Stiffness of the axles Influence of Loading and Vehicle Design Parameters Influence of Loading and Vehicle Design Parameters
Steady-State and Transient Test Procedures:
Objectives Test Methods Open Loop, Closed Loop Evaluation Methods Handling Characteristics, Subjective Evaluation, Objective Performance Measures Test Procedures
Definition of (longitudinal) Slip Longitudinal Force Lateral Force Combined Braking and Cornering Longitudinal force and lateral force interactions
Directional Response Behavior Part II:
Introduction Nonlinear Bicycle Model including Tire Characteristics 8.2.1 Forces Equilibrium and Moments Equilibrium Steady-State Behavior Power-Off Behavior Influence of Tractive Force on Cornering Properties Four-Wheel Model Vertical Load and Roll Angle (Steady-State) Steady-State Cornering Yaw Moments Equilibrium (about z-axis) and Forces Equilibrium Influence of Suspension on Cornering 8.4.1 Toe-In Suspension Kinematics Suspension Compliance Steering Compliance Finally Remarks
Electronic Stability Program:
Introduction Objectives Feedback Control Concept Calculation of desired values Concepts Determination of parameters Limiting of control variable Influence of the quality of the model on the control system Sensing of the operational condition of the vehicle Vehicle dynamics controller Possible ways of influencing the yaw moment Individual Brake actuation during oversteering and understeering Limitations of the electronic stability control system

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