2014 IEEE Conference and Expo Transportation Electrification Asia-Pacific (ITEC Asia-Pacific) 2014
DOI: 10.1109/itec-ap.2014.6941004
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“…The translation between the desired yaw velocity and the demanded yaw moment is based on a reference dynamic model proposed by two of the present authors in previous work. 27 Longitudinal tyre force distribution module and tyre condition estimation module In order to control the six in-wheel motors to obtain the total traction force demanded and the total yaw moment demanded, the longitudinal force acting on each wheel has to be distributed by the longitudinal tyre force distribution module. First, the constraint that must be satisfied in the longitudinal tyre force distribution module is The longitudinal force acting on each wheel cannot be solved by only equation (1).…”
Section: Dynamic Modulementioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The translation between the desired yaw velocity and the demanded yaw moment is based on a reference dynamic model proposed by two of the present authors in previous work. 27 Longitudinal tyre force distribution module and tyre condition estimation module In order to control the six in-wheel motors to obtain the total traction force demanded and the total yaw moment demanded, the longitudinal force acting on each wheel has to be distributed by the longitudinal tyre force distribution module. First, the constraint that must be satisfied in the longitudinal tyre force distribution module is The longitudinal force acting on each wheel cannot be solved by only equation (1).…”
Section: Dynamic Modulementioning
confidence: 99%
“…If it is assumed that there is no slide area in the contact patch, then the longitudinal acting force and the lateral acting force can be obtained by integration over the whole contact patch according to If the shape of the ellipse is expressed by equations (15) and (16), equations (27) can be obtained as…”
Section: Expression For the Acting Forcementioning
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