Andrea Fortina

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New driveline architectures equipped with torque-biasing devices such as active differentials and active transfer cases have yielded a new generation of on-demand four-wheel-drive vehicles, where the torque distribution between left and right and between front and rear axles can actively be modulated online. This allows one to design active vehicle-control(More)
— New driveline architectures endowed with torque biasing devices, such as active differentials and active transfer cases, have made available a new generation of on-demand four-wheel-drive vehicles which allow designing control systems capable of altering the car behaviour dictated from its mechanical layout, e.g., under-and over-steering characteristic.(More)
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