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Elektroniska bromssystem - en lämplighetstest

Delacour, Oliver (1983) In MSc Theses
Department of Automatic Control
Abstract
During recent years, the application of electronic devices to road vehicles has grown tremendously. Increased environmental concern and requirements on fuel economy, comfort and safety have created a need for compact and advanced micro-computer technology. <br><br> A vehicle is a problematic environment for electronic devices due to dust, damp, vibrations, noise and glitches. <br><br> This report first gives an overview of electronic applications on road vehicles and concentrates later on truck and bus airbrake systems. Dynamic problems like delay, wheel lockning and load compensation are discussed. <br><br> A model of a feed back brake system that compensates for some of the delay and that can be combined with a load compensating and... (More)
During recent years, the application of electronic devices to road vehicles has grown tremendously. Increased environmental concern and requirements on fuel economy, comfort and safety have created a need for compact and advanced micro-computer technology. <br><br> A vehicle is a problematic environment for electronic devices due to dust, damp, vibrations, noise and glitches. <br><br> This report first gives an overview of electronic applications on road vehicles and concentrates later on truck and bus airbrake systems. Dynamic problems like delay, wheel lockning and load compensation are discussed. <br><br> A model of a feed back brake system that compensates for some of the delay and that can be combined with a load compensating and anti-skid system is derived and simulated. (Less)
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Delacour, Oliver
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H3 - Professional qualifications (4 Years - )
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MSc Theses
report number
TFRT-5290
ISSN
0280-5316
language
Swedish
id
8849795
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2016-03-28 19:41:49
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  abstract     = {During recent years, the application of electronic devices to road vehicles has grown tremendously. Increased environmental concern and requirements on fuel economy, comfort and safety have created a need for compact and advanced micro-computer technology. <br><br> A vehicle is a problematic environment for electronic devices due to dust, damp, vibrations, noise and glitches. <br><br> This report first gives an overview of electronic applications on road vehicles and concentrates later on truck and bus airbrake systems. Dynamic problems like delay, wheel lockning and load compensation are discussed. <br><br> A model of a feed back brake system that compensates for some of the delay and that can be combined with a load compensating and anti-skid system is derived and simulated.},
  author       = {Delacour, Oliver},
  issn         = {0280-5316},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  series       = {MSc Theses},
  title        = {Elektroniska bromssystem - en lämplighetstest},
  year         = {1983},
}