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Integral Sliding Mode for the Torque-Vectoring Control of Fully Electric Vehicles: Theoretical Design and Experimental Assessment
This paper presents an integral sliding mode (ISM) formulation for the torque-vectoring (TV) control of a fully electric vehicle. The performance of the controller is evaluated in steady-state andExpand
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Direct yaw moment control actuated through electric drivetrains and friction brakes: Theoretical design and experimental assessment
Abstract A significant challenge in electric vehicles with multiple motors is how to control the individual drivetrains in order to achieve measurable benefits in terms of vehicle cornering response,Expand
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Power split strategies for hybrid energy storage systems for vehicular applications
Abstract This paper deals with the control system development for a hybrid energy storage system, consisting of a battery and a supercapacitor, for a through-the-road-parallel hybrid electricExpand
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Comparison of Feedback Control Techniques for Torque-Vectoring Control of Fully Electric Vehicles
Fully electric vehicles (FEVs) with individually controlled powertrains can significantly enhance vehicle response to steering-wheel inputs in both steady-state and transient conditions, therebyExpand
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Wheel Torque Distribution Criteria for Electric Vehicles With Torque-Vectoring Differentials
The continuous and precise modulation of the driving and braking torques of each wheel is considered the ultimate goal for controlling the performance of a vehicle in steady-state and transientExpand
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Torque Vectoring for Electric Vehicles with Individually Controlled Motors: State-of-the-Art and Future Developments
This paper deals with the description of current and future vehicle technology related to yaw moment control, anti-lock braking and traction control through the employment of effective torqueExpand
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Analysis and simulation of the gearshift methodology for a novel two-speed transmission system for electric powertrains with a central motor
Electric vehicle powertrains traditionally consist of a central electric motor drive, a single-speed transmission and a differential. This electric powertrain layout, for use in either fully electricExpand
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Optimal gearshift control for a novel hybrid electric drivetrain
Torque-fill capability during gearshifts is an important customer requirement in automated transmission systems. This functionality can be achieved through transmission system layouts (e.g., based onExpand
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Optimal Wheel Torque Distribution for a Four-Wheel-Drive Fully Electric Vehicle
Vehicle handling in steady-state and transient conditions can be significantly enhanced with the continuous modulation of the driving and braking torques of each wheel via dedicated torque-vectoringExpand
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