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ANALOG SIMULATION AS A DESIGN TOOL FOR ADVANCED BRAKING CONCEPTS
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published February 01, 1970 by SAE International in United States
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An analog computer simulation development for a passenger car foundation braking system is presented. A brake control system is added to the simulation. As the hardware for the brake control system is developed it is substituted into the simulation along with components of the foundation brake system. This mixture is a “physical simulation” where the analog simulation is reduced to represent only the vehicle and the road with appropriate interface elements for the actual brake and control system hardware.
The discussion includes the studies conducted using physical simulation for tolerance study of vehicle characteristics as well as the foundation brake system and control system parameters. Results which validate the model are presented.
In conclusion, the advantages of this approach which supports the development of an advanced brake control system are discussed.
CitationHickner, G. and Howard, D., "ANALOG SIMULATION AS A DESIGN TOOL FOR ADVANCED BRAKING CONCEPTS," SAE Technical Paper 700157, 1970, https://doi.org/10.4271/700157.
- Schafer T. C. Howard D. W. “Design and Performance Considerations for a Passenger Car Anti-Skid System” SAE Automotive Engineering Conference May 1968
- Howard D. W. Winge J. L. “An Automatically Programmed Quadruple Dynamometer for Vehicle Brake Testing” SAE Automotive Engineering Conference January 1967