Comparison of Brake-based Direct Yaw-moment Control and G-Vectoring Control in Daily Driving Range

通常領域におけるブレーキDYC(ダイレクト・ヨーモーメント・コントロール)とG-Vectoring 制御の比較検討

The authors previously developed a new control concept called “G-Vectoring Control (GVC)” to improve vehicle agility and stability. GVC is an automatic longitudinal acceleration control method that responds to vehicle lateral jerk caused by the driver′s steering manoeuvres. In this paper the authors compare GVC with the well-known DYC (Direct Yaw-moment Control) method for the daily driving range in particular. GVC shows good manoeuvrability (i.e., enhanced both yawing and lateral acceleration) performance while maintaining natural yaw and roll feeling in the early stage of cornering, while DYC is effective in improving stability during large lateral motion.操舵角速度に応じて左右制動力差を発生させるDYCとG-Vectoring制御の通常領域での適用性を比較した結果,DYCは①横滑り運動に比べてヨー運動の促進が顕著なため,ヨーに対するロールの応答性が変化する②前後力によるサスペンションの上下方向の反力が,左右でアンバランスに働きロール挙動に影響を及ぼすことがわかった.


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  • Accession Number: 01673515
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Source Agency: Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST)
  • Files: TRIS, JSTAGE
  • Created Date: Jun 25 2018 1:49PM