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A Study on Lateral Tire-road Friction Coefficient Estimation Using Tire Pneumatic Trail Information
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 Title & Authors
A Study on Lateral Tire-road Friction Coefficient Estimation Using Tire Pneumatic Trail Information
Han, Kyoungseok; Choi, Seibum;
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 Abstract
The demands for vehicle safety systems such as ABS and ESC have been increased. Accurate vehicle state estimation is required to realized the abovementioned systems and tire-friction coefficient is crucial information. Estimation of lateral tire-road friction coefficient using pneumatic trail information is mainly dealt in this paper. Pneumatic trail shows unique characteristics according to the wheel side slip angle and these property is highly sensitive to vehicle lateral motion. The proposed algorithm minimizes the use of conventional tire models such as magic formula, brushed tire model and Dugoff tire model. The pure side slip maneuver, which means no longitudinal dynamics, is assumed to achieve the ultimate goal of this paper. A simulation verification using Carsim and Simulink is performed and the results show the feasibility of the proposed algorithms.
 Keywords
Pneumatic trail;Self aligning torque;Tire-road friction coefficient;Active safety control system;Brush tire model;
 Language
Korean
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