This paper deals with the design of a brake caliper pressure controller for a conventional anti-lock braking system/electronic stability control system and the experimental validation of its tracking performances. The analysis of the hydraulic plant, carried out in part I of this two-part study, is here utilized to develop the control algorithm. The control strategy is based on a feed-forward and a proportional integral controller through pulse width modulation with a constant frequency and variable duty cycle. The feed-forward contribution requires modeling of the nonlinear openloop system behavior which has been experimentally identified and described through two-dimensional maps: the inputs are the duty cycle applied to the electrovalves and the pressure drop across their orifice, while the output is the pressure gradient in the brake caliper. These maps, obtained for inlet and outlet valves, are used to set the feed-forward term. Finally a proportional integral controller is designed to reject external disturbances and compensate for model uncertainties. A brake system test rig, described in part I, is used for building inverse maps and validating the proposed control logic. Different reference pressure profiles are used to experimentally verify the control tracking performances.
|Titolo:||Passenger car active braking system: Pressure control design and experimental results (part II)|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2018|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI):||10.1177/0954406217693032|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|
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