A kalman filtering approach to estimate clamp force in brake-by-wire systems

@inproceedings{Saric2007AKF,
  title={A kalman filtering approach to estimate clamp force in brake-by-wire systems},
  author={S. Saric and A. Bab-Hadiashar},
  booktitle={ICINCO-SPSMC},
  year={2007}
}
Removing a clamp force sensor from brake-by-wire (BBW) system designs has been driven by the need to reduce costs and design complexities. In this paper an improved method is presented to estimate clamp force using other sensory information. The proposed estimator is based on the Kalman filter where the actuator resolver is used in a dynamic stiffness model and the actuator current sensors as well as the resolver are used to give measurement updates in a torque balance model. Experimental… Expand
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