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ENGINE, EMISSION TECHNOLOGY
EFFECTS OF RESIDUAL ASH ON DPF CAPTURE AND REGENERATION
To study the effects of residual ash on the capture and regeneration of a diesel particulate filter (DPF), repeated capture and complete regeneration experiments were conducted. An engine exhaust particulate sizer was used to measure the particle size distribution of diesel in t...
ENGINE, EMISSION TECHNOLOGY
PID CONTROLLER MODELLING AND OPTIMIZATION IN CR SYSTEMS WITH STANDARD AND REDUCED ACCUMULATORS
The proportional-integrative-derivative (PID) controller and the pressure control valve of a Common Rail system are modelled by taking into account electronic, electrical, hydraulic and mechanical aspects. A fully predictive model of the injection apparatus is realized and valid...
ENGINE, EMISSION TECHNOLOGY
EFFECTS OF INJECTION TIMING ON TRANSIENT PERFORMANCE OF A REGULATED TWO-STAGE TURBOCHARGED DIESEL ENGINE WITH TURBINE BYPASS VALVE
The object of this paper is to reduce soot emissions under typical 5s transient conditions of constant speed and increasing torque. And effects of fuel injection timing on combustion and emissions parameters were experimentally and numerically studied in a regulated two-stage tu...
HEAT TRANSFER, FLUID AND THERMAL ENGINEERING
COOLING AND HEATING PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT OF ENHANCED CLIMATE CONTROL SEATS
The goal of this research is to investigate the application of low-cost climate control seats (CCSs) using a Heating, Ventilation and Air-conditioning system (HVAC). CCSs are being vigorously developed because demands on passengers’ thermal comfort are increasing recently. Neve...
AUTOMOBILE CHASSIS & VEHICLE DYNAMIC
ON THE EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF INTEGRAL SLIDING MODES FOR YAW RATE AND SIDESLIP CONTROL OF AN ELECTRIC VEHICLE WITH MULTIPLE MOTORS
With the advent of electric vehicles with multiple motors, the steady-state and transient cornering responses can be designed and implemented through the continuous torque control of the individual wheels, i.e., torque-vectoring or direct yaw moment control. The literature inclu...
AUTOMOBILE BODY AND SAFETY
NOVEL BENCH-BASED INSPECTION APPROACH FOR AUTOMOBILE ANTI-LOCK BRAKING SYSTEM
Bench inspection approach for automobile Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) has gained research interests recently due to its high efficiency, small site occupation and insusceptibility to environment influences. The current work proposed a novel systematic bench inspection approach...
AUTOMOBILE BODY AND SAFETY
DEVELOPMENT OF A DRIVING BEHAVIOR-BASED COLLISION WARNING SYSTEM USING A NEURAL NETWORK
An advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) uses radar, visual information, and laser sensors to calculate variables representing driving conditions, such as time-to-collision (TTC) and time headway (THW), and to determine collision risk using empirically set thresholds. However...
AUTOMOBILE BODY AND SAFETY
FEATURE-BASED CAD SYSTEM BUILDUP FOR PASSENGER AIRBAG DESIGN
The passenger airbag (PAB) requires a large volume and fast deployment because of the large distance between the dashboard and the passenger. And various shapes and sizes of the PAB are required depending on the type of vehicle. However, since the PAB modeling process for each d...
AUTOMOBILE BODY AND SAFETY
LIFTING CAPABILITY AND STRESS ANALYSES OF THE CRANE SYSTEM FOR A LARGE-SIZED TACTICAL WRECKER
A large-sized tactical wrecker is a special-purpose vehicle that lifts and tows tactical vehicles and heavy loads. It consists of a crane, a post structure, outriggers and a suitable chassis truck, and during its initial design, the structural safety and tipping stability should...
AUTOMOBILE BODY AND SAFETY
OPTIMAL DESIGN FOR THE REAR-GLASS JOINT OF AN AUTOMOBILE FOR SQUEAK AND RATTLE NOISE REDUCTION
Ever since vehicle noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH) reduction technology made dramatic improvements, vehicle interior noises represented by Squeak and Rattle (S/R) becomes an ever more important factor to improve the emotional quality of vehicles. Generally, people detect S...
FUEL CELL, HYBRID AND ELECTRICAL VEHICLE
RANGE EXTENDER MODULE TRANSMISSION TOPOLOGY STUDY
Range extender modules are one option to compensate for short drive ranges of electric vehicles. The close interaction of combustion engine and generator poses new challenges in development. A key requirement for range extender systems is to be light and virtually imperceptible ...
AUTOMOBILE ELECTRONICS
REVIEW OF SECURE COMMUNICATION APPROACHES FOR IN-VEHICLE NETWORK
In the connected vehicles, connecting interfaces bring threats to the vehicles and they can be hacked to impact the vehicles and drivers. Compared with traditional vehicles, connected vehicles require more information transfer. Sensor signals and critical data must be protected ...
FUEL CELL, HYBRID AND ELECTRICAL VEHICLE
CHARACTERIZING DRIVER STRESS USING PHYSIOLOGICAL AND OPERATIONAL DATA FROM REAL-WORLD ELECTRIC VEHICLE DRIVING EXPERIMENT
Electric Vehicle (EV) is becoming a viable and popular option, but the acceptance of the technology can be challenging and lead to an elevated driving stress. The existing studies on stress of vehicle driving has been mainly limited to the non-EVs or survey analysis. In this res...
FUEL CELL, HYBRID AND ELECTRICAL VEHICLE
ENERGY CONSUMPTION ANALYSIS OF DIFFERENT BEV POWERTRAIN TOPOLOGIES BY DESIGN OPTIMIZATION
Flexible layout of electric motors in battery electric vehicles (BEVs) has enabled different powertrain topologies to be used. However, these different powertrain topologies also affect the overall efficiency of energy conversion from the electrochemical form stored in the batte...
INTELLIGENT VEHICLE / TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS
DEVELOPMENT OF AN OPERABILITY EVALUATION FRAMEWORK FOR REMOTELY CONTROLLED GROUND COMBAT VEHICLES IN A SIMULATED ENVIRONMENT
This paper proposes a systematic framework for operability evaluation of remotely controlled ground combat systems (RGCS) in a simulated environment. The popular human-robot interaction metric used in unmanned vehicle systems is called fan-out (FO) and represents the maximum num...
INTELLIGENT VEHICLE / TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS
MODEL BASED OPTIMUM PID GAIN DESIGN OF ADAPTIVE FRONT LIGHTING SYSTEM
Adaptive Front-Lighting System (AFLS) is a system which assists driver's field of vision by automatically controlling its brightness and illumination angle to adapt various driving conditions such as climate, traffic, road changes and so forth. This paper aims to propose novel m...
INTELLIGENT VEHICLE / TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS
DETECTION OF COGNITIVE AND VISUAL DISTRACTION USING RADIAL BASIS PROBABILISTIC NEURAL NETWORKS
This paper suggests a real-time method for detecting a driver’s cognitive and visual distraction using lateral driving performance measures. The algorithm adopts radial basis probabilistic neural networks (RBPNNs) to construct classification models. In this study, combinations ...
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