13 June 1995 Fuzzy logic anti-skid control for commercial trucks
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Abstract
A fuzzy logic (FL) anti-skid brake controller (ABS) is proposed as the next generation ABS replacing current generation finite state (FS) control. The FL controller is part of a commercial truck braking system, encompassing reverse front-back braking proportions on an articulated vehicle as compared to that found on fixed, passenger car systems. In this early research, the FL controller must satisfy three goals. The first goal is to produce superior braking distances over that of the finite state controller, specifically under low (mu) conditions. The second goal is to provide superior braking under varying system conditions (road surface conditions, physical brake parameters, wheel velocity sensor parameters). The third goal is to provide a convenient, flexible, and tractable ABS solution which is amenable to redevelopemnt to different vehicular platforms. Monte Carlo simulation results illustrate stopping distance improvements of 5 to 10 % averaged over all (mu) surfaces for varying wheel loads. On low (mu) surfaces, the improvement increases to 15% (up to a full tractor-trailer length). These results are obtained while varying other system parameters demonstrating robustness. Finally, the fuzzy logic rule sets and the overall configuration illustrate a straight-forward design and maturation process for the rule sets.
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Mark L. Akey, Mark L. Akey, "Fuzzy logic anti-skid control for commercial trucks", Proc. SPIE 2493, Applications of Fuzzy Logic Technology II, (13 June 1995); doi: 10.1117/12.211819; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.211819
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