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Analysis and Experimental Verification for Dynamic Modeling of A Skid-Steered Wheeled Vehicle
It is shown that the closed-loop system that results from inclusion of the dynamics of the [proportional--integral--derivative (PID)] speed controllers for each set of wheels does a much better job than the open-loop model of predicting the vehicle linear and angular velocities.
Dynamic modeling of a skid-steered wheeled vehicle with experimental verification
- Wei Yu, O. Chuy, E. Collins, P. Hollis
- EngineeringIEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent…
- 1 October 2009
It is shown that the closed-loop system that results from inclusion of the dynamics of the (PID) speed controllers for each set of wheels does a much better job than the open loop model of predicting the vehicle linear and angular velocities.
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