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AUTOMOBILE BODY AND SAFETY
DESIGN OPTIMIZATION OF THE COWL CROSS BAR - LIGHT COWL CROSS BAR SATISFYING 5 PERFORMANCES -
Nowadays, more lightweight designs is the key goal of all major automotive industries. One of the main sections for more lightweight automotive area is the Cowl cross bar (CCB) assemblies. A cowl cross bar supports a steering system, airbag module, audio, instrument panel and ai...
ENGINE, EMISSION TECHNOLOGY
EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF IMPACTS OF INJECTION TIMING AND PRESSURE ON COMBUSTION AND PARTICULATE MATTER EMISSION IN A SPRAY-GUIDED GDI ENGINE
A detailed investigation of the impact of injection timing and injection pressure on combustion and particles of a spray-guided GDI engine was conducted, under different engine operating conditions. The results indicated that, more proportion of large particles were emitted when...
ENGINE, EMISSION TECHNOLOGY
CARBON DEPOSIT INCINERATION DURING ENGINE FLAMEOUT USING NON-THERMAL PLASMA INJECTION
In order to investigate the influence of initial regeneration temperatures on diesel particulate filter (DPF) regeneration, an experimental study of DPF regeneration was implemented using a dielectric barrier discharge (DBD) reactor, aided by exhaust waste heat after engine flam...
ENGINE, EMISSION TECHNOLOGY
ITERATIVE LEARNING CONTROL ALGORITHM FOR FEEDFORWARD CONTROLLER OF EGR AND VGT SYSTEMS IN A CRDI DIESEL ENGINE
The modern diesel engines equip the exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) system to suppress the NOx emissions. In addition, the variable geometric turbocharger (VGT) system is installed to improve the drivability and fuel efficiency. These EGR and VGT systems have cross-coupled behav...
AUTOMOBILE CHASSIS & VEHICLE DYNAMIC
SEQUENTIAL APPROXIMATE OPTIMIZATION OF MACPHERSON STRUT SUSPENSION FOR MINIMIZING SIDE LOAD BY USING PROGRESSIVE META-MODEL METHOD
In a MacPherson strut suspension, the side load is inevitably generated and it causes friction at the damper reducing riding comfort. In this paper, to solve this problem, progressive meta-model based sequential approximate optimization (SAO) is performed to minimize the side lo...
AUTOMOBILE CHASSIS & VEHICLE DYNAMIC
WET SINGLE CLUTCH ENGAGEMENT BEHAVIORS IN THE DUAL-CLUTCH TRANSMISSION SYSTEM
A frictional torque was generated by a lubricated slip contact between a wet clutch pad and a steel separator during a wet clutch engagement. It is necessary to understand the generation of frictional torque to improve the performance of the frictional torque transfer and the du...
AUTOMOBILE CHASSIS & VEHICLE DYNAMIC
DEVELOPMENT OF THE LANE KEEPING CONTROL SYSTEM USING STATE-VARYING SURFACE FOR VULNERABLE ROAD USERS
This paper proposes a new Lane Keeping Assist (LKA) system based on the integrated control strategy with AFS and BTV. To be specific, the steering controller calculates the gear ratio of AFS to align with the target lane whereas the braking controller determines differential bra...
AUTOMOBILE CHASSIS & VEHICLE DYNAMIC
TRANSIENT DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF A NON-PNEUMATIC MECHANICAL ELASTIC WHEEL ROLLING OVER A DITCH
The transient dynamic characteristic of a tire, which has a significant effect on vehicle handling stability and ride comfort, is difficult to study in detail because of its highly non-linear behavior. In this study, the transient dynamic characteristics of a non-pneumatic wheel...
AUTOMOBILE CHASSIS & VEHICLE DYNAMIC
SLOPE SHIFT STRATEGY FOR AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION VEHICLES BASED ON THE ROAD GRADIENT
Motivated by the development of high-precision digital maps for advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) in recent years, this study provides a new approach to solve the problems of the conventional automatic transmission vehicle travelling on sloping roads. Based on vehicle dyn...
AUTOMOBILE BODY AND SAFETY
DEVELOPMENT OF HEADFORM IMPACTOR FINITE ELEMENT MODEL CONSIDERING THE HYPERELASTIC AND VISCOELASTIC RESPONSES OF RUBBER
To evaluate and analyze the pedestrian injury risk of automobiles, the finite element models of headform impactors are used. In this study, a modeling method that can accurately estimate the peak of the headform impactor impact pulse and head injury criterion (HIC) was developed...
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