This content is not included in your SAE MOBILUS subscription, or you are not logged in.
An Analytical Approach to Antilock Brake System Design
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published February 01, 1984 by SAE International in United States
Annotation ability available
An analytical method applicable to design and development of antilock brake systems is described. Dynamic components of antilock systems --- including vehicle, sensor, and modulator--are examined using nonlinear feedback control techniques. An overall design approach is illustrated via an example involving a motorcycle front brake and typical pneumatic modulator. A computer simulation is used to generate time and frequency responses of system components. These data are used to identify the preferred feedback structure. Results show that a stable antilock limit cycle can exist for wheel angular acceleration feedback, among other possibilities. Overall the method and results can provide additional insight into detailed requirements for antilock components and systems, and may hold potential for reducing development time and costs.
|Technical Paper||Simulation of Brake Control for Motorcycles|
|Technical Paper||Influence of Antilock Brakes on Motorcycle Braking in a Turn|
CitationZellner, J., "An Analytical Approach to Antilock Brake System Design," SAE Technical Paper 840249, 1984, https://doi.org/10.4271/840249.
- Zellner J. White, M. Advanced Motorcycle Brake Systems, Final Report , DOT -HS-806-095 November 1981
- “Development of Fluidic Antilock Brake System for Motorcycles” Contract RE 1820230, between US Army Harry Diamond Laboratories and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory 1982
- Graham, D. McRuer, D. Analysis of Nonlinear Control Systems Dover Publications, Inc. New York, N.Y. 1961
- Okada, T. “A Practical Method of Obtaining the Frequency Response from the Transient Response” Japan Journal of Applied Physics 7 1968
- Barter, N.F. Little, J. “The Handling and Stability of Motor Vehicles,” Part 7, Frequency Response Measurements and Their Analysis” Motor Industry Research Association Report 1970/10
- Yoneda, S., et.al. “Rear Brake Lock-Up Control System of Mitsubishi Starion” SAE Paper 830482 , presented at SAE Automotive Engineering Congress and Exposition Detroit February 1983