Real-time performance of control allocation for actuator coordination in heavy vehicles
Paper i proceeding, 2009
This paper shows how real-time optimisation for actuator coordination, known as control allocation, can be a viable choice for heavy vehicle motion control systems. For this purpose, a basic stability control system implementing the method is presented. The real-time performance of two different control allocation solvers is evaluated and the use of dynamic weighting is analysed. Results show that sufficient vehicle stability can be achieved when using control allocation for actuator coordination in heavy vehicle stability control. Furthermore, real-time simulations indicate that the optimisation can be performed with the computational capacity of today's standard electronic control units. © 2009 IEEE.
Real time systems
Road vehicle control