Active safety systems play a fundamental role in improving stability and safety performance of modern passenger cars. Within this context, Torque vectoring (TV) represents one of the most promising technologies for the improvement of vehicle dynamics performance. This paper proposes a TV-based Direct Yaw Moment Control (DYC) strategy aimed at designing the vehicle understeering behaviour through a software simulation environment based on an efficient Lumped-Parameter Full Vehicle Model (LPFVM). Simulation results show that the vehicle is able to successfully follow a predetermined understeer characteristic.

Design of Understeer Characteristics Through Torque Vectoring on a Lumped-Parameter Full Vehicle Model

Perrelli M.;Carbone G.;Lenzo B.;Mundo D.
2021-01-01

Abstract

Active safety systems play a fundamental role in improving stability and safety performance of modern passenger cars. Within this context, Torque vectoring (TV) represents one of the most promising technologies for the improvement of vehicle dynamics performance. This paper proposes a TV-based Direct Yaw Moment Control (DYC) strategy aimed at designing the vehicle understeering behaviour through a software simulation environment based on an efficient Lumped-Parameter Full Vehicle Model (LPFVM). Simulation results show that the vehicle is able to successfully follow a predetermined understeer characteristic.
2021
978-3-030-55806-2
978-3-030-55807-9
Lumped-parameter modelling
Torque vectoring
Vehicle dynamics
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