Title: Artificial technologies in sustainable braking system development

Authors: D. Aleksendric, C. Duboka

Addresses: Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Automotive Department, University of Belgrade, Kraljice Marije 16, 11120 Belgrade 35, Serbia. ' Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Automotive Department, University of Belgrade, Kraljice Marije 16, 11120 Belgrade 35, Serbia

Abstract: Traditional product development process is costly and time-consuming. It requires system components being fabricated, assembled and tested. Systems-engineering based sustainable development enables optimised solutions to the problem by confronting all mutually opposed requirements. This paper proposes application of an advanced tool of systems engineering – integrated virtual reality with artificial intelligence in the sustainable development of braking systems by integrating design, calculation and testing. It enables design engineer |to see| the results of the design, calculation, simulation, tests and/or verification work. The proposed methodology is transferable to other automotive systems and components.

Keywords: artificial technologies; sustainable development; braking systems; systems engineering; virtual reality; artificial intelligence; vehicle design; vehicle braking; sustainability; automotive systems; automotive components.

DOI: 10.1504/IJVD.2008.017185

International Journal of Vehicle Design, 2008 Vol.46 No.2, pp.237 - 249

Published online: 17 Feb 2008 *

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