ABS design and active suspension control based on HOSM
Sánchez-Torres, Juan D.
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DescriptionThis paper tackles the control of a brake assisted with an active suspension. The goal of the paper is ensure an effective braking process improving the vehicle safety in adverse driving conditions. To address this, the wheel slip ratio is kept to a desired value reducing the effective braking distance by designing of a robust tracking controller based on high order sliding modes algorithms, imposing the anti-lock brake system feature. On the other hand, the active suspension problem is carried with a nested backward sliding surface design. The purpose of this control is to improve the driving comfort. To this aim, the designed controller compensate the effects of the unmatched perturbation coming from the road. This controller exploits a high order sliding modes observer, which guarantees theoretically exact state and perturbation estimation. In both cases, a continuous control action drives the state trajectories to the designed sliding manifolds and keeps them there in spite of the matched and unmatched perturbations. The feasibility of the proposed scheme has been exposed via simulations.
Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología
University of Bordeaux