Electric motors offer the possibility to control the braking torque in a more precise way than the hydraulic circuit. The applied torque is in fact measured and so it can be used to feedback the controller. Moreover, this information can be used to estimate the tyre-road friction coefficient, before potential friction is reached. The present paper proposes a novel ABS control strategy for electric vehicles with distributed motors. The controller is a six states machine that uses the information on applied braking torque provided by the electric motors. This information is of paramount importance to understand when the wheel reaches the peak of the braking force. Simulation results shows the benefits of the proposed strategy, comparing the results with state of the art acceleration-based controller.

Force-based braking control algorithm for vehicles with electric motors

Vignati M.;Sabbioni E.
2019-01-01

Abstract

Electric motors offer the possibility to control the braking torque in a more precise way than the hydraulic circuit. The applied torque is in fact measured and so it can be used to feedback the controller. Moreover, this information can be used to estimate the tyre-road friction coefficient, before potential friction is reached. The present paper proposes a novel ABS control strategy for electric vehicles with distributed motors. The controller is a six states machine that uses the information on applied braking torque provided by the electric motors. This information is of paramount importance to understand when the wheel reaches the peak of the braking force. Simulation results shows the benefits of the proposed strategy, comparing the results with state of the art acceleration-based controller.
Active braking; anti-slip control system; electric motors
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