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International Journal of Automotive Technology 2014;15(6): 979-987.
ACTIVE APPROACH TO ELECTRONIC STABILITY CONTROL FOR FRONT-WHEEL DRIVE IN-WHEEL MOTOR ELECTRIC VEHICLES
D. YIN1, J.-S. HU2
1Nanjing University of Science and Technology
2National University of Tainan
ABSTRACT
Recently, motion control for electric vehicles has gradually gained respect in automotive society due to increased strictness of vehicle safety evaluation over time. Electronic Stability Control (ESC) is the kernel technology, which refers to two-dimensional motion stabilization. Many investigations have demonstrated that Direct Yaw-moment Control (DYC) is an effective and practical way to carry out the ESC of electric vehicles. However, based on the drive train of conventional steering, conventional approaches are using braking to achieve the DYC. This paper proposes a new ESC based on the construction of DYC. The presented approach is based on a core of individual traction control measures for propulsion wheels. This approach not only constrain the longitudinal slip, but also ensure the performance and the effectiveness of twodimensional motion control. With a proper control, the vehicle can be maintained to a nearly neutral-steering under high speed turning. Hence, the vehicle
Key Words: Direct yaw-moment control, Electric vehicle, Electronic stability control, Stabilization control
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