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FABRICATION OF ALUMINUM MATRIX COMPOSITES FOR AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY VIA MULTIPASS FRICTION STIR PROCESSING TECHNIQUE
In automotive industry, materials having excellent resistance to corrosion, good wear resistance and high strength to weight ratios are important. In accordance with the required properties; aluminum, nickel, titanium, magnesium and their alloys are mostly used in this industr...
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THERMAL COMPENSATION CONTROL STRATEGY IN AUTOMATED DRY CLUTCH ENGAGEMENT DYNAMICS AND LAUNCH MANOEUVRE
Repeated engagements in dry clutch systems could yield remarkable increase of clutch disk temperature. In dry clutch based transmissions like Automated Manual Transmissions and Dual Clutch Transmissions the overheating leads to poor control of gearshift quality due to unpredic...
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DISTRIBUTED FORMATION CONTROL OF HOMOGENEOUS VEHICLE PLATOON CONSIDERING VEHICLE DYNAMICS
Vehicle dynamics plays a significant role on the formation of a vehicle platoon, especially at high speed condition. This paper proposes a distributed platoon formation framework for homogeneous autonomous vehicles which takes the vehicle dynamics into consideration. The bound...
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IMPROVEMENT OF FUEL CELL DURABILITY PERFORMANCE BY AVOIDING HIGH VOLTAGE
In order to increase the durability of fuel cell stack, various operating technologies such as voltage cut-off and lean air operation was verified. With an application of upper voltage cut-off, cell performance loss was effectively diminished, which suggests that a formation o...
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COMPARISON OF TWO MULTIPHASE PROCEDURES ON A COMMERCIAL VEHICLE IN RAIN CONDITIONS
In automotive design, the study of the water thin layer over a car due to rain is becoming increasingly important: the challenge is to obtain a way to describe the behavior of the water over a vehicle in rainy conditions and its interactions with wipers and drainage systems, t...
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COOPERATIVE CRUISE CONTROLLER FOR HOMOGENEOUS AND HETEROGENEOUS VEHICLE PLATOON SYSTEM
Autonomous cars have become a reality due to breakthroughs in technology enablers such as embedded computing systems and artificial intelligence. Automated platooning, which can be employed in autonomous cars, allows grouping of vehicles into platoons. Using this technology in...
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COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF TURBULENCE MODELS FOR AUTOMOTIVE AERODYNAMIC SIMULATION AND DESIGN
The reduction of energy consumption and environmental impacts of road vehicles is always a major design objective. Many investigations suggest that reducing aerodynamic drags such as pressure drag and skin friction drag is a more efficient method than engine modification in ac...
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IMPROVEMENT OF NOX REDUCTION RATE OF UREA SCR SYSTEM APPLIED FOR AN NON-ROAD DIESEL ENGINE
Urea SCR technology has been widely used to reduce NOx emissions of diesel engines. Despite remarkable development for decades, more advanced control and optimization of urea SCR systems are still required as global NOx emissions standards are expected to become more stringent...
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OPTIMIZATION CONTROL OF CVT CLUTCH ENGAGEMENT BASED ON MPC
As an important part of continuously variable transmission (CVT) vehicle power transmission system, drive, neutral and reverse (DNR) wet clutch has the function of transmitting or interrupting vehicle power. However, due to the complex and variable working conditions of the cl...
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NUMERICAL STUDY OF PRE-VENTILATION EFFECTS ON CABIN TEMPERATURE USING SOLAR SUNROOF
When a vehicle is parked under the summer sun, to avoid the passenger discomfort caused by high cabin temperature, the performance of forced ventilation, which is called pre-ventilation, using a solar sunroof integrated with a photovoltaic (PV) cell to reduce cabin thermal loa...
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EFFECT OF ANISOTROPIC PLASTICITY ON THE PREDICTION OF FORMABILITY OF E-FORM MAGNESIUM ALLOY SHEET
In this paper, the formability of E-FORM magnesium alloy sheet (as one of recent alloys for automotive magnesium sheets) is analyzed based on the comparison between the results of actual magnesium (Mg) roof forming and those of finite element (FE) simulations. The FE model con...
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MODELING ANALYSIS ON IMPROVING CYLINDER BALANCE IN A GASOLINE ENGINE USING ELECTROMAGNETIC VALVE TRAIN
For the multi-cylinder gasoline engine, the consistency among cylinders is an important index to affect the engine emission and the engine power. In this paper, an individual cylinder air-fuel ratio (A/F) control method for a fourcylinder camless engine with the electromagneti...
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DEVELOPMENT OF THREE DRIVER STATE DETECTION MODELS FROM DRIVING INFORMATION USING VEHICLE SIMULATOR; NORMAL, DROWSY AND DRUNK DRIVING
Detection of drivers’ states is the essential technology not only to prevent car accidents related with their state but to develop self-driving car. Detecting technology generally uses two types of methods; physiological measures and vehicle-based measures. Vehicle-based meas...
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MODELING AND CONTROL OF A HIGH SPEED ON/OFF VALVE ACTUATOR
Accurate electromagnetic force control in a high speed on/off valve actuator (HSVA) can improve the performance of a vehicle braking system, and an accurate theoretical model is the key to smoothly controlling the high speed on/off valve. Therefore, a nonlinear model of an HSV...
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EFFECTIVE STEERING ASSISTANCE CONTROL BY EXTERNAL INFORMATION FEEDBACK
In this research, recognition sensors are used for tracking the outside world along with a steering assistance model that reduces delays inherent in the human cognition, decision, and operation decision-making chain, thereby minimizing vehicle behavior delay with respect to th...
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DRIFT COMPENSATION OF MONO-VISUAL ODOMETRY AND VEHICLE LOCALIZATION USING PUBLIC ROAD SIGN DATABASE
This paper proposes a novel localization method based on a camera that can estimate the absolute position of a vehicle using a public online database of road signs. The estimated absolute position near a road sign is used to compensate the drift error of visual odometry (VO). ...
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IMPROVEMENT OF TRANSIENT OPERATION CONTROLLABILITY IN ENGINE TEST BENCH FOR HEAVY-DUTY VEHICLES
In this study, two kinds of control methods for the transient operation of an engine test bench for heavy-duty vehicles were applied in the JE05 test cycle and World Harmonized Transient Cycle (WHTC) test conditions in order to evaluate the controllability of transient operati...
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LEARNING TO RECOGNIZE DRIVING PATTERNS FOR COLLECTIVELY CHARACTERIZING ELECTRIC VEHICLE DRIVING BEHAVIORS
As electric vehicle (EV) emerges, it is important to understand how driver’s driving behavior is influencing power consumption in an electric vehicle. Driver’s personal driving behavior is usually quite distinctive and can be recognized by means of driving patterns after so...
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VEHICLE-LEVEL ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY PREDICTION BASED ON MULTI-PORT NETWORK THEORY
This paper proposes a new methodology based on the multi-port network theory to predict the vehicle-level electromagnetic compatibility performance. The original EMC problem is firstly converted to a network by separating the electrical large structures and electrical small co...
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H∞ CONTROL FOR BATTERY/SUPERCAPACITOR HYBRID ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEM USED IN ELECTRIC VEHICLES
This paper proposes a control strategy of a hybrid energy storage system (HESS) based on simplified 2th-order model. The HESS uses a bidirectional DC/DC converter to connect the supercapacitors (SC) with the battery. Two control objectives, the output current of the SC during ...
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