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Real-time estimation of tyre-road friction peak with optimal linear parameterisation

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Real-time estimation of tyre-road friction peak with optimal linear parameterisation
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Article in International Scientific Journal
Year
2012
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R. de Castro
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Rui E. Araújo
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Diamantino Freitas
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Journal
Vol. 6 No. 14
Pages: 2257-2268
ISSN: 1751-8644
Publisher: Wiley Blackwell
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FOS: Engineering and technology > Electrical engineering, Electronic engineering, Information engineering
CORDIS: Technological sciences > Technology > Energy technology > Electric vehicles ; Technological sciences > Engineering > Electrical engineering ; Technological sciences > Engineering > Control engineering > Automation
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Authenticus ID: P-002-5K8
Abstract (EN): Spurred by the problem of identifying, in real-time, the adhesion levels between the tyre and the road, a practical, linear parameterisation (LP) model is proposed to represent the tyre friction. Towards that aim, results from the theory of function approximation, together with optimisation techniques, are explored to approximate the non-linear Burckhardt model with a new LP representation. It is shown that, compared with other approximations described in the literature, the proposed LP model is more efficient, that is, it requires a smaller number of parameters, and provides better approximation capabilities. Next, a modified version of the recursive least squares, subject to a set of equality constraints on parameters, is employed to identify the LP in real time. The inclusion of these constraints, arising from the parametric relationships present when the tyre is in free-rolling mode, reduces the variance of the parametric estimation and improves the convergence of the identification algorithm, particularly in situations with low tyre slips. The simulation results obtained with the full-vehicle CarSim model under different road adhesion conditions demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed LP and the robustness of the friction peak estimation method. Furthermore, the experimental tests, performed with an electric vehicle under low-grip roads, provide further validation of the accuracy and potential of the estimation technique.
Language: English
Type (Professor's evaluation): Scientific
Contact: de.castro@fe.up.pt
No. of pages: 12
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