The Effect of ADRC on Vehicle Braking Performance
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The active disturbance rejection control (ADRC) was proposed as a control strategy for anti-lock braking system (ABS) to improve the braking performance. A real-time simulation model was developed after analyzing the brake force during vehicle braking and the ADRC principle. This experimental real-time simulation platform was developed based on xPC Target. This ABS study was conducted on a dry concrete pavement, and the braking performance indices were analyzed under the ADRC and the bang–bang control. The results suggest that the braking performance is more superior with ADRC than the bang–bang control because the braking time and braking distance were reduced. The xPC Target is a less-costly and practical method for real-time simulation.
KeywordsBraking performance Active disturbance rejection control Real-time simulation platform Anti-lock braking
This work was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (51375125) and the China Scholarship Fund (201708230335).
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