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INVISIBLE PAB DOOR DEVELOPMENT USING TWO-SHOT MOLDING
Invisible Passenger Airbag (IPAB) door system must be designed with a weakened area such that the airbag will break through the Instrument Panel (IP) in the intended manner, with no flying debris at any temperature. At the same time, there must be no cracking or sharp edges at t...
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SHAPE DEFECTS IN THE FLEXIBLE ROLL FORMING OF AUTOMOTIVE PARTS
Flexible roll forming allows variable cross sections of profiles to be made by using adaptive roll stands. The most common shape defects that occur during flexible roll forming are edge wave and longitudinal bow. These two defects are necessary to consider together for relativel...
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FEASIBILITY STUDY OF AN INNOVATIVE URBAN ELECTRIC-HYBRID MICROCAR
This paper presents the feasibility study of a new platform for electric-hybrid quadricycles, developed by addressing important concepts like passive safety and comfort, which often represent a shortcoming in this vehicle category. Starting from packaging of energy storage syste...
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FATIGUE ANALYSIS OF WELD REGION IN TORSION BEAM REAR SUSPENSION SYSTEM
Torsion beam rear suspension systems have been widely used in small passenger vehicles. However, welding can lead to local stress concentrations, residual stresses and other various defects, which affects the fatigue life of this system. In this paper, 3D digital image correlati...
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ROBUST LANE-CHANGE RECOGNITION BASED ON AN ADAPTIVE HIDDEN MARKOV MODEL USING MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY
Lane-changing of surrounding vehicles is a risky situation because vehicle accidents can be easily caused by driver's unawareness of the surrounding vehicle. Much research has conducted on lane-change recognition (LCR) to avoid these vehicle accidents by warning drivers. LCR is ...
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DISCRETE OPTIMIZATION DESIGN OF TAILOR-WELDED BLANKS (TWBs) THIN-WALLED STRUCTURES UNDER DYNAMIC CRASHING
Tailor-welded blanks (TWBs) thin-walled structures have been widely applied in field of automotive and construction due to their significant advantages in saving weight and improving crashworthiness. To further understand and improve crashing performance of TWB structures, this ...
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EFFECT OF POLYOXYMETHYLENE DIMETHYL ETHERS/DIESEL BLENDS ON FUEL PROPERTIES AND PARTICULATE MATTER OXIDATION ACTIVITY OF A LIGHT-DUTY DIESEL ENGINE
Polyoxymethylene dimethyl ethers (PODE) was blended in diesel at volume ratios of 0 %, 10 %, 20 %, and 30 % (denoted as P0, P10, P20, and P30). The experimental study was carried on an unmodified YD480Q diesel engine. An engine exhaust particle sizer was introduced to analyze th...
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ROBUST COMBINED LANE KEEPING AND DIRECT YAW MOMENT CONTROL FOR INTELLIGENT ELECTRIC VEHICLES WITH TIME DELAY
In order to enhance the tracking performance and improve the stability of intelligent electric vehicles, combined Lane keeping and direct yaw moment control is a good choice. In this paper, an uncertain model of intelligent electric vehicles for combing the lane keeping and dire...
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FLOW ANALYSIS OF A PUMPING TUBE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A SELF-INFLATING TIRE USING FLUID-STRUCTURE INTERACTION ANALYSES
In this study, flow analyses were conducted inside pumping tube based on fluid-structure interaction analyses. First, a Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) model was constructed for fluid-structure interaction analyses. The interaction analyses of the three types of pumping tubes ...
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PHYSICOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF TWO AGED DIESEL PARTICULATE FILTERS PLACED AT CLOSE COUPLED AND UNDER FLOOR POSITIONS OF THE VEHICLES
This work investigated the aged diesel particulate filter substrate analysis procedure and ash physicochemical analysis method with various instruments such as CT, XPS, SEM and XRD. The procedure for analyzing two DPFs aged with the same lubricant oil but located in different ...
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PROGRAM LOAD SPECTRUM COMPILATION FOR ACCELERATED LIFE TEST OF PARABOLIC LEAF SPRING
A method of program load spectrum compilation suitable for ALT (accelerated life test) of parabolic leaf spring was presented. In order to shorten the design and test period, road test is conducted on proving ground roads. The displacement spectrum of shock absorber connecting...
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RETURN CONTROL OF ELECTRONIC POWER STEERING UNEQUIPPED WITH AN ANGLE SENSOR
A steering wheel may not be able to return to the center position due to friction torque in its mechanism. Thus, in this study, a return controller is developed to improve the returnability of an electric power steering vehicle without an angle sensor. The aligning moment is w...
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DEVELOPMENT OF THE PARTICULATE MATTER SENSOR FOR DIESEL ENGINE
This paper proposes a development of the low-cost and capacitance measurement particulate matter (PM) sensor to monitor diesel particulate filter (DPF) failure. Compared to the resistance measurement PM sensor that is affected by ash accumulated between electrodes due to perio...
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ONLINE MEASURING METHOD FOR THE ENGINES’ IVC TIMING BASED ON THE IN-CYLINDER PRESSURE FLUCTUATION
The in-cylinder pressure fluctuations caused by intake valve closure (IVC) event were first investigated experimentally based on a single cylinder diesel engine with different cams. The experimental results show that the occurrence of the in-cylinder pressure fluctuation durin...
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INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT UV EXPOSURE TIME ON THE CFRP/ALUMINUM SINGLE LAP JOINTS STRENGTH AND FRACTURE MODES
The urging need to reduce the harmful emissions required a thorough investigations into the methods of utilizing the dissimilar lightweight materials in modern automobile, aviation and marine industries. With the exception use of dissimilar materials, traditional joining metho...
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DEVELOPMENT OF AN ENERGY PREDICTION MODEL BASED ON DRIVING DATA FOR PREDICTING THE DRIVING DISTANCE OF AN ELECTRIC VEHICLE
In 2016, the 4th industrial revolution, represented by hyper-connected and hyper-intelligent technologies, began, and the global automobile industry is now focusing on the development of smart cars, such as driverless vehicles, connected vehicles, and electric vehicles. In par...
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DRAG REDUCTION OF A PASSENGER CAR USING FLOW CONTROL TECHNIQUES
The paper describes flow control techniques viz. vane-type vortex generator (VG) array and rear-spoiler on its trunk (boot) side used to reduce drag of a passenger car. The experimental and computational studies were carried out and different cases and combinations were analyz...
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EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF PARTICULATE EMISSION CHARACTERISTICS FROM A GASOLINE DIRECT INJECTION ENGINE DURING STARTING PROCESS
The engine starting process presents high particulate emissions in exhaust. This study gives a systematic investigation on particulate emission characteristics, including particulate matter (PM) mass, soluble organic fraction (SOF) mass, C10-C26 n-Alkanes and particle-bound po...
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