Evaluation of Post Impact Control Function with Steering and Braking Superposition in High-fidelity Driving Simulator
Paper in proceedings, 2015

This paper evaluates the effectiveness of an active chassis control function after an initial light impact. The experiment was designed in a high-fidelity driving simulator with motion platform that is adapted to mimic a real-world crash. The post-impact control function here superimposes individual-wheel brake and steering wheel torque in order to minimize the vehicle maximum lateral deviation from its original traveling lane. It is found out that drivers with the function intervention has smaller lateral deviation after the disturbance from an initial impact, and thus less risk of leaving the road which may cause a secondary impact. The driver reaction with and without the function is also found to be different in terms of both braking the steering behaviours.

function evaluation

vehicle dynamics control

Active safety

collision avoidance

Author

Derong Yang

Volvo Cars

Xiaoli Xie

Chalmers, Product and Production Development, Design and Human Factors

Fredrik Bruzelius

Chalmers, Applied Mechanics, Vehicle Engineering and Autonomous Systems

Bruno Augusto

The Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute (VTI)

Bengt J H Jacobson

Chalmers, Applied Mechanics, Vehicle Engineering and Autonomous Systems

Mats Jonasson

Volvo Cars

FAST-zero 2015 Symposium, 2015-09-09..11, Göteborg, Sweden, 2015

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Transport

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Innovation and entrepreneurship

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Vehicle Engineering

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