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Vehicle tests of a longitudinal control law for application to stop-and-go cruise control

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This paper presents the implementation and vehicle tests of a vehicle longitudinal control scheme for Stop and Go cruise control. The control scheme consists of a vehicle-to-vehicle distance control algorithm and throttle/brake control algorithm for acceleration tracking. The desired acceleration of a vehicle for vehicle-to-vehicle distance control has been designed using Linear Quadratic optimal control theory. Performance of the control algorithm has been investigated via vehicle tests. A millimeter wave radar sensor has been used for distance measurement. A stepper motor and an electronic vacuum booster have been used for throttle/ brake actuators, respectively. It has been shown that the proposed control algorithm can provide satisfactory performance.

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Correspondence to Ilki Moon or Kyongsu Yi.

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Moon, I., Yi, K. Vehicle tests of a longitudinal control law for application to stop-and-go cruise control. KSME International Journal 16, 1166–1174 (2002). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02984436

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Key Words

  • Vehicle Longitudinal Control
  • Throttle
  • Brake
  • Distance Control
  • Optimal Control
  • Vehicle