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International Journal of Automotive Technology > Volume 12(5); 2011 > Article
International Journal of Automotive Technology 2011;12(5): 733-744.
DEVELOPMENT OF A HARDWARE IN THE LOOP SIMULATION SYSTEM FOR ELECTRIC POWER STEERING IN VEHICLES
Lee Man Hyung1, H. M. LEE1, Kil Soo Lee1, S. K. HA2, J. I. BAE3, J. H. PARK4, H. G. PARK1, H. J. CHOI5, H. H. CHUN1
1Pusan National University
2Hyundai Motors
3Pukyong National University
4Silla University
5Chonnam National University
ABSTRACT
In this paper, a hardware-in-the-loop simulation (HILS) system was developed before the development of an electric power steering (EPS) system in a vehicle. This study was focused on the establishment of the HILS system. Driving conditions are simulated with the HILS system. The actual steering input parameters are confirmed on the monitor while driving the HILS system. The steering forces observed in the simulation with the developed HILS system are similar to those in real vehicle tests. The developed HILS system can be applied in the development of various types of EPS systems.
Key Words: Electric power steering (EPS), HILS, Steering force, Real vehicle test
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