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Hybrid feedback control of vehicle longitudinal acceleration
Xia ZP(夏中谱); Dongbin Zhao
Conference NameChinese Control Conference
Source PublicationProceeding of Chinese Control Conference
Conference Date2012-7
Conference PlaceHefei, China
The longitudinal acceleration control plays a very important role in the design of active safety-system of vehicle, which includes driving and braking control systems. In this paper, two different control laws are designed in the engine and brake controller. A fuzzy gain sheduling scheme of proportional-integral-derivative (PID) control law is used in the throttle control, and the parameters of the fuzzy inference system are optimized by particle swarm optimization algorithms. A hybrid feed-forward & feedback control law is applied in the brake control. The vehicle model is constructed for simulation in Matlab/Simulink to test the strategy of throttle controller, brake controller and the combination performance of the two controllers, respectively. The results show that the rapid response and high-precision performance have been achieved in the vehicle longitudinal acceleration control.
KeywordAcceleration Control Fuzzy Inference Pid Controller Vehicle
Document Type会议论文
Corresponding AuthorDongbin Zhao
Recommended Citation
GB/T 7714
Xia ZP,Dongbin Zhao. Hybrid feedback control of vehicle longitudinal acceleration[C],2012.
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