An experimental laboratory bench setup to study electric vehicle antilock braking / traction systems and their control

Khatun, P. and Bingham, Chris and Schofield, N. and Mellor, P. H. (2002) An experimental laboratory bench setup to study electric vehicle antilock braking / traction systems and their control. In: Vehicular Technology Conference, 2002. Proceedings. VTC 2002-Fall. 2002 IEEE 56th , Vancouver, Canada.

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An experimental laboratory bench setup to study electric vehicle antilock braking/ traction systems and their control
This paper describes the preliminary research and implementation of an experimental test bench set up for an electric vehicle antilock braking system (ABS)/traction control system (TCS) representing the dry, wet and icy road surfaces. A fuzzy logic based controller to control the wheel slip for electric vehicle antilock braking system is presented. The test facility comprised of an induction machine load operating in the generating region. The test facility was used to simulate a variety of tire/road μ-σ driving conditions, eliminating the initial requirement for skid-pan trials when developing algorithms. Simulation studies and results are provided.
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This paper describes the preliminary research and implementation of an experimental test bench set up for an electric vehicle antilock braking system (ABS)/traction control system (TCS) representing the dry, wet and icy road surfaces. A fuzzy logic based controller to control the wheel slip for electric vehicle antilock braking system is presented. The test facility comprised of an induction machine load operating in the generating region. The test facility was used to simulate a variety of tire/road μ-σ driving conditions, eliminating the initial requirement for skid-pan trials when developing algorithms. Simulation studies and results are provided.

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Keywords:electric vehicle, anti-lock braking, Fuzzy-logic control, ABS, Traction control
Subjects:H Engineering > H600 Electronic and Electrical Engineering
Divisions:College of Science > School of Engineering
ID Code:2919
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Deposited On:17 Jul 2010 11:19
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