Attitude and Handling Improvements Through Gain-scheduled Suspensions and Brakes Control

Abstract : In this paper, the problem of comfort and handling improvements of a ground vehicle is treated through the control of the suspension and braking systems. Two gain-scheduled controllers are synthesized (in the Hinf framework) to achieve, in the frequency domain, comfort and yaw performances according to the driving situation, observed by the mean of a monitor. The proposed strategy tackles the nonlinear tire braking force in an original way and meets the situation dependent objectives of the vehicle in a unified synthesis. Simulation tests on a complex nonlinear full vehicle model shows improvements of the proposed approach.
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Charles Poussot-Vassal, Olivier Sename, Luc Dugard, Peter Gaspar, Zoltan Szabo, et al.. Attitude and Handling Improvements Through Gain-scheduled Suspensions and Brakes Control. 17th IFAC World Congress (IFAC WC 2008), Jul 2008, Séoul, South Korea. pp.6. ⟨hal-00260299⟩

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