Gain Scheduled Active Steering Control Based on a Parametric Bicycle Model

@article{Baslamisli2007GainSA,
  title={Gain Scheduled Active Steering Control Based on a Parametric Bicycle Model},
  author={S. Caglar Baslamisli and Ilhan Polat and I. E. Kose},
  journal={2007 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium},
  year={2007},
  pages={1168-1173}
}
This paper presents a gain scheduled active steering control design method to preserve vehicle stability in extreme handling situations. It is shown that instead of the classical linear tire model based on expressing cornering force proportional to tire sideslip angle, a simple rational model with validity extending beyond the linear regime of the tire may be considered. This results in a new formulation of the bicycle model in which tire sideslip angles and vehicle forward speed appear as time… CONTINUE READING

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