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Comparison of feedback linearization and flatness control for anti-slip regulation (ASR) of an hybrid vehicle: From theory to experimental results

Abstract : This paper compares 3 ASR1 control laws, a PI controller, a linearizing feedback and a flatness based control. First, the controllers are designed based on a two state equations vehicle model. Then, the controllers are experimentally validated on an hybrid vehicle (VELROUE) with rear electric wheels and front axle ICE2 traction. Finally, the nonlinear control laws are compared to the PI controller that is classically used in the automotive industry.
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Cédric Chapuis, Eric Bideaux, Xavier Brun, Nicoleta Minoiu. Comparison of feedback linearization and flatness control for anti-slip regulation (ASR) of an hybrid vehicle: From theory to experimental results. European Control Conference (ECC), Jul 2013, Zürich, Switzerland. pp.446 - 451, ⟨10.23919/ECC.2013.6669127⟩. ⟨hal-00988572⟩

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