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Dynamic Performance Analyzing of In-wheel Vehicle considering the Real Driving Conditions and Development of Derivation System for Applying Dynamometer Using Drive Motor`s Dynamic Load Torque
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 Title & Authors
Dynamic Performance Analyzing of In-wheel Vehicle considering the Real Driving Conditions and Development of Derivation System for Applying Dynamometer Using Drive Motor`s Dynamic Load Torque
Son, Seungwan; Kim, Kiyoung; Cha, Suk Won; Lim, Won Sik; Kim, Jungyun;
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 Abstract
This paper discusses about analyzing in-wheel vehicle`s dynamic motion and load torque. Since in-wheel vehicle controls each left and right driving wheels, it is dangerous if vehicle`s wheels are not in a cooperative control. First, this study builds the main wheel control logic using PID control theory and evaluates the stability. Using Carsim-Matlab/Simulink, vehicle dynamic motion is simulated in virtual 3D driving road. Through this, in-wheel vehicle`s driving performance can be analyzed. The target vehicle is a rear-wheel drive in D-class sedan. Second, by using the first In-wheel vehicle`s performance results, it derivate the drive motor`s dynamic load torque for applying the dynamometer. Extracted load torque impute to dynamometer`s load motor, linear experiment in dynamometer can replicated the 3-D road driving status. Also it, will be able to evaluate the more accurate performance analysis and stability, as a previous step of actual vehicle experiment.
 Keywords
Inwheel;Carsim;Driving performance;Load torque;Dynamometer;
 Language
Korean
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