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International Journal of Automotive Technology > Volume 18(6); 2017 > Article
International Journal of Automotive Technology 2017;18(6): 993-1006.
doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/s12239-017-0097-2
VEHICLE STABILITY CONTROL BASED ON DRIVER'S EMERGENCY ALIGNMENT INTENTION RECOGNITION
Xia Xin, Xiong Lu, Hou Yuye, Teng Guowen, Yu Zhuoping
Tongji University
ABSTRACT
In this work, the reference model modification strategy for vehicle stability control based on driver's intention recognition under emergent obstacle avoidance situation was proposed. First the conflicts between the driver's emergency alignment (EA) intention and vehicle response characteristics were analyzed in critical emergent obstacle avoidance situation. Second combining steering wheel angle and its speed, the driver's EA intention was recognized. The reference model modification strategy based on steering operation index (SOI) was presented. Then a LQR model following controller with tire cornering stiffness adaption was used to generate direct yaw moment for tracking modified reference yaw rate and reference sideslip angle. Finally based on the four-in-wheel-motor-drive (FIWMD) electric vehicles (EV), double lane change and slalom tests were conducted to compare the results using modified reference model with the results using normal reference model. The experimental tests have proved the effectiveness of the reference model modification strategy based on driver's intention recognition.
Key Words: Emergent obstacle avoidance, Driver's EA intention recognition, Reference model modification, Stability control
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