Brake Blending and Optimal Torque Allocation Strategies for Innovative Electric Powertrains
Development of electric vehicles is not only an opportunity in terms of environmental sustainability but it also offers interesting possibilities in terms of control performances that can be achieved by on board systems devoted to increase vehicle safety and stability by modulating longitudinal efforts applied to tires. It’s not only a matter of performances but also of standardization in a single integrated subsystem able to safely control vehicle dynamics of various functions that are currently implemented by different subsystems. This simplification and rationalization of the whole mechatronic system should be of fundamental importance also for the integration of autonomous or assisted driving functionalities making easier and safer system integration.
This work is part of the OBELICS project which has received funding from the European Unions Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement No. 769506.
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