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Research on Integrated Performance Design for the Braking System

Hyundai & Kia Corporation-Wookhyun Han, Kee-Young Yang
  • Technical Paper
  • 2019-01-2120
Published 2019-09-15 by SAE International in United States
Medium or higher commercial vehicles weight will be increased by 5 to 6 times compared to kerb weight depending on their load carrying capacity. Therefore, a pneumatic braking device is used that produces a greater braking force than hydraulic pressure. Pneumatic braking system is a device that performs mechanical braking using air pressure and shall be designed to an appropriate level, taking into account the multi-physics of air and mechanical phenomena. In addition, the dynamics of the vehicle during braking should be considered due to different vehicle behavior depending on the load carrying capacity. This study utilizes SIL(Software In the Loop) for a comprehensive review of the pneumatic braking performance of vehicles.
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Development of Compensation Logic for EPS in Limit Cornering Condition

Hyundai & Kia Corporation-Hanseung Lee, Jae Kil Lee
Published 2019-03-25 by SAE International in United States
This paper proposes steering compensation logic of Electric Power Steering (EPS) system in limit cornering condition. Steering wheel torque is decided by relationships between internal forces and external forces. The internal forces are steering frictions and assist force. The external forces are transferred from tire forces through kingpin axis and steering system. Kingpin moments are analyzed by using vector analysis and tire model. Relations of these forces are defined and used to explain steering disturbance by comparing simulation results and measurement data. Using these relationships, the proposed compensation logic is designed. This logic is verified by simulation models and validated in proto type vehicle.
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