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Volume 153, 2018The 4th International Conference on Mechatronics and Mechanical Engineering (ICMME 2017)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Vehicle Design and Control|
|Published online||26 February 2018|
Research on the compensation method of Indirect Tire Pressure Monitoring under Sinusoidal Driving Condition
College of Vehicles and Energy, Yanshan University, Hebei, China
Indirect tire pressure monitoring method (ITPMS) is based on the wheel speed signal differences indirectly infer that the change of the tire pressure. In the steering mode, there is a large yaw rate, and there is a big deviation between the four wheels’ speed. The traditional indirect tire pressure monitoring method based on wheel speed comparison method is invalid. That the automobiles which is matched electronic stability control system estimate the four-wheel speed according to the yaw rate and steering wheel angle become an important method to improve the accuracy of Indirect tire pressure monitoring. Four-wheel vehicle kinematics model for turning condition is established to compensate for the wheel speed in the steering mode, avoid the misjudgment of indirect tire pressure monitoring system. The seven degree of freedom vehicle model and the four wheel speed model are established firstly, and analyse the four wheel speed change of the vehicle under the condition of a certain corner input in the simulation. Then conduct a test on the vehicle road, calculated using the four wheel speed distribution module model of vehicle wheel speed on the theoretical value of the actual value of the wheel speed compensation, so it can monitor the tire pressure in turning vehicle. When the error of the wheel speed is beyond the threshold, the wheel can be judged to be in the state of lack of gas.
© The Authors, published by EDP Sciences, 2018
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