This work describes how it is possible to integrate active chassis control actions in an electric vehicle. A vehicle with Active Front Steering (AFS) is considered, which imposes an incremental steer angle to the front wheels. Using Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors (PMSMs) as powertrain, fitting on the left/right wheel axle shafts, it is possible to impose not only a desired longitudinal traction, but also an appropriate active yaw torque, so mimicking a classic Rear Torque Vectoring (RTV). The AFS, along with the RTV, allow imposing a desired behavior for the active chassis control of the vehicle, so improving its safety.
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