- Ground vehicles: performance requirements, analyses, assessments, measures
- Vehicle system performance cascading to subsystems
- Impact of component/subsystem designs
- Ride, handling, roll stability, traction/braking, directional control/guidance, NVH
- Crashworthiness/crash prevention, road-friendliness, early warning systems
- Interdisciplinary integration/cost/compatibility, multi-solution optimisation
- Driver performance, behaviour, modelling
- Standardised performance analysis methods
- Disturbances, motions, forces affecting performance
- Stability enhancement, active safety, driver assistance
- Electric/hybrid vehicles, power management systems
- Tyre/track performance, deformable/non-deformable terrains
- Racing car dynamics, handling/stability at the limits, impact of green racing
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IJVP aims to emphasize emerging challenges and state-of-the-art developments addressing the changing needs of the society and the global vehicle industry, and to facilitate dissemination of technological advances focusing on performance measures, standardization, associated cost and compatibility compromises, and multi-solution methods in vehicle developments.Readership
IJVP provides a leading forum for research and development engineers, standardisation bodies, regulators and policy makers, and academics in all aspects addressing the performance goals/requirements, methods of analysis/assessments, and performance enhancements of vehicle systems and sub-systems, including the human driver.Contents
IJVP welcomes original research papers and critical reviews of topics highlighting multidisciplinary issues relevant to performance of on-road, off-road and guided vehicle systems. The journal also encourages submissions of brief technical notes highlighting theoretical or experimental developments in performance analyses of vehicle systems or subsystems. A technical note must be limited to a maximum of 2000 words.
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Editor in Chief
- Yang, Xiaobo, Oshkosh Corporation, USA
- Gray, Jeremy P., U.S. Army RDECOM-TARDEC, USA
- Shangguan, Wen-Bin, South China University of Technology, China
- Zhang, Nong, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
- Zhang, Xiong, General Dynamics Land Systems – Canada, Canada
Editorial Board Members
- Beji, Lotfi, University of Evry, France
- Best, Matt, Loughborough University, UK
- Cao, Dongpu, Cranfield University, UK
- Cheli, Federico, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
- Choi, Seung-Bok, Inha University, Republic of Korea
- Chondros, Thomas G., University of Patras, Greece
- Cole, David, University of Cambridge, UK
- Gipser, Michael, Esslingen University of Applied Sciences, Germany
- Guan, Hsin, Jilin University, China
- Lu, Jianbo, Ford Motor Company, USA
- Nishihara, Osamu, Kyoto University, Japan
- Pauwelussen, Joop P., HAN University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
- Sujatha, C., Indian Istitute of Technology, Madras, India
- Xu, Peijun, Ebco Inc, USA
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