This engineering textbook is designed to introduce advanced control systems for vehicles, including advanced automotive concepts and the next generation of vehicles for ITS. For each automotive control problem considered, the authors emphasise the physics and underlying principles behind the control system concept and design. This is an exciting and rapidly developing field for which many articles and reports exist but no modern unifying text. An extensive list of references is provided at the end of each chapter for all the topics covered. It is currently the only textbook, including problems and examples, that covers and integrates the topics of automotive powertrain control, vehicle control, and intelligent transportation systems. The emphasis is on fundamental concepts and methods for automotive control systems, rather than the rapidly changing specific technologies. Many of the text examples, as well as the end-of-chapter problems, require the use of MATLAB and/or SIMULINK.PROBLEMS 1. Modify the parameters in Example 10.1 to simulate the power requirements for compact and large passenger automobiles to ... Hermance, D., 1999, aToyota Hybrid System, a 1999 SAE TOPTEC Conference, Albany, NY, May.
|Title||:||Automotive Control Systems|
|Author||:||A. Galip Ulsoy, Huei Peng, Melih Çakmakci|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2012-04-30|