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Development and Verification of a Series Car Modelica/Dymola Multi-Body Model to Investigate Vehicle Dynamics Systems
KNOBEL, C., JANIN G., AND WOODRUFF, A.:
SEPTEMBER 4, 2006
5th International Modelica Conference, Vienna, Austria, pp. 167-173
Systems for control of Vehicle Dynamics went to series production for the first time in 1978 with the limitation of brake pressure to avoid locking the wheels to ensure cornering under all braking conditions. Braking individual wheels (independently from the drivers commands) to stabilize the vehicle at the driving limit went to series production in 1995. In the last few years, control systems for vehicle dynamics with additional actuators to control steering, drive torque distribution and wheel load distribution have entered the market.