Leon Henderson is currently employed at Volvo Group Trucks Technology and has previously worked as a Post-doctoral Researcher at Chalmers University and the University of Cambridge. Leon currently spends 20% of his time working within the Vehicle Dynamics research group at Chalmers as an Adjunct Researcher. His research activities are focussed on brake system design and motion control for heavy vehicles; specifically focussing on how the brake system can be used in modern heavy vehicles in order to maximise the benefits of electrification and automated driving systems.
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Improved Lateral Performance of a Long Combination Vehicle Based on Artificial Flow Guidance
An effective Tyre to Road Friction Estimation Applied to Heavy Vehicles
On the Control Allocation Performance of Longer Combination Vehicles
A Model for Energy Consumption in Heavy Vehicle Braking
Design of a pressure modulator using fast-acting bistable valves
An Investigation of Longitudinal Tyre Force Observation for Slip Control System Development
Trends in vehicle motion control for automated driving on public roads
Friction estimation during steering a vehicle in automated driving
HEAVY VEHICLE BRAKING USING FRICTION ESTIMATION FOR CONTROLLER OPTIMZATION
Full-scale testing of a novel slip control braking system for heavy vehicles
Brake system design for future heavy goods vehicles
Improved emergency braking performance for HGVs
Designing and testing an advanced pneumatic braking system for heavy vehicles
Improving emergency braking performance of heavy vehicles
A high performance slip control braking system for heavy goods vehicles
Design and implementation of a high-bandwidth pneumatic actuator for heavy goods vehicles
The effects of tyre dynamics on slip control braking for heavy goods vehicles
The use of pseudo-inertia in asymptotic modelling of constraints in boundary value problems
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Intelligent, high-performance service brake module for heavy vehicles