Authors: Murat Sahin, Y. Samim Unlusoy
Addresses: TUSAS Aerospace Industries Inc., ODTU Teknokent TAI A-Blok, 06531, Ankara, Turkey. ' Mechanical Engineering Department, Middle East Technical University, 06531, Ankara, Turkey
Abstract: A design methodology for an anti-lock braking system (ABS) controller for four-wheeled road vehicles is presented. In the study, a flexible approach was adopted considering integration with an integrated active safety system control structure. In the hierarchical control strategy proposed for the ABS controller, a high-level controller, through vehicle longitudinal acceleration-based estimation, determines reference wheel slip values, and a low-level controller attempts to track these reference slip signals by modulating braking torques. Two control methods were investigated for the design of the low-level controller: fuzzy logic control and PID control.
Keywords: anti-lock braking systems; ABS control; active safety systems; fuzzy logic; fuzzy control; PID control; vehicle models; vehicle design; simulation; road vehicles; wheel slip; braking torques.
International Journal of Vehicle Design, 2010 Vol.52 No.1/2/3/4, pp.64 - 81
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