Control of electric vehicles with autonomous corner modules: implementation aspects and fault handling
Journal article, 2008

In this paper, vehicle dynamics for electric vehicles equipped
with in-wheel motors and individual steering actuators are studied adopting
the principles of optimal tyre-force allocation. A simple method for
describing the constraints owing to tyre and actuator limitations is described.
The control architecture is evaluated by investigating its response to realistic
fault conditions. The evaluation demonstrates that the control architecture’s
ability to ensure vehicle stability generally is good. However, during major
faults and extreme driving situations, vehicle stability is not maintained
unless the constraints in the optimisation process used for tyre-force allocation
are adapted to the specific fault.

tyre constraints

autonomous corner module

adhesion potential

ACM

electric vehicle

electric in-wheel motor

vehicle control

force allocation

fault handling

Author

Mats Jonasson

Chalmers, Applied Mechanics, Vehicle Engineering and Autonomous Systems

Oskar Wallmark

Chalmers

International Journal of Vehicle Systems Modelling and Testing

1745-6436 (ISSN) 1745-6444 (eISSN)

Vol. 3 3 213-228

Subject Categories

Vehicle Engineering

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12/24/2019