Development of a chassis model including elastic behavior for real-time applications
For the prediction of the dynamics of vehicles, various mathematical models have been used successfully for many years. The complexity of these models ranges from very sophisticated to rather straightforward approaches. The right to exist for simple models often results from the need for short computation times due to many iterations associated with optimization tasks or even from real-time applications. If the models are to be used as part of driving dynamics control systems these computations have to be performed on ECUs affordable for series applications.
KeywordsTorque Expense Dinates Exter Active Element
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