In this part of the book, the interested readers may consider the longitudinal motion in the x-axis of an automotive vehicle. By longitudinal motion we mean how the vehicle responds to braking input. Particularly, so-termed brake-by -wire (BBW) all-wheel-braked (AWB) dispulsion mechatronic control systems have passed through a dynamic technical development in recent years. For future applications, BBW AWB dispulsion mechatronic control systems with electro-mechanical (E-M) actuation have been developed which decouple the energy transfer from the driver to the wheel brakes.
KeywordsInternal Combustion Engine Intelligent Transportation System Adaptive Cruise Control Vehicle Velocity Brake Pedal
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