Identification of the friction potential for the application in an automated emergency braking system

Cornelia Lex, Hans-Ulrich Kobialka, Arno Eichberger

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Abstract

The capabilities of Automated Emergency Braking Systems (AEB) can be significantly improved when the actual friction between tires and road is known. In this work, it is investigated whether an estimation of the friction potential based on sensor data is feasible with an accuracy sufficient for an AEB. Recurrent neural networks trained by Echo State Networks (ESNs) are used to estimate friction potential from sensor data. Measurements have been conducted on a proving ground with three different tire types, two different surfaces, different driving manoeuvres and different tire inflation pressures. Standard on-board sensors of the vehicle and advanced measurement equipment have been used to measure the vehicle reaction. Based on this work, a rough understanding is gained on how well the fri ction potential can be estimated in certain situations.

Originalspracheenglisch
Titel13th Stuttgart International Symposium Automotive and Engine Technology 2013
ErscheinungsortWiesbaden
Herausgeber (Verlag)ATZ live
Seiten55-69
Band2
PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - 2013
VeranstaltungInternationales Stuttgarter Symposium Automobil- und Motorentechnik - Stuttgart, Deutschland
Dauer: 26 Feb 201327 Feb 2013

Konferenz

KonferenzInternationales Stuttgarter Symposium Automobil- und Motorentechnik
LandDeutschland
OrtStuttgart
Zeitraum26/02/1327/02/13

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Braking
Tires
Friction
Sensors
Recurrent neural networks

Fields of Expertise

  • Mobility & Production

Treatment code (Nähere Zuordnung)

  • Application
  • Experimental
  • Basic - Fundamental (Grundlagenforschung)

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Lex, C., Kobialka, H-U., & Eichberger, A. (2013). Identification of the friction potential for the application in an automated emergency braking system. in 13th Stuttgart International Symposium Automotive and Engine Technology 2013 (Band 2, S. 55-69). Wiesbaden: ATZ live.

Identification of the friction potential for the application in an automated emergency braking system. / Lex, Cornelia; Kobialka, Hans-Ulrich; Eichberger, Arno.

13th Stuttgart International Symposium Automotive and Engine Technology 2013. Band 2 Wiesbaden : ATZ live, 2013. S. 55-69.

Publikation: Beitrag in Buch/Bericht/KonferenzbandBeitrag in einem KonferenzbandForschung

Lex, C, Kobialka, H-U & Eichberger, A 2013, Identification of the friction potential for the application in an automated emergency braking system. in 13th Stuttgart International Symposium Automotive and Engine Technology 2013. Bd. 2, ATZ live, Wiesbaden, S. 55-69, Stuttgart, Deutschland, 26/02/13.
Lex C, Kobialka H-U, Eichberger A. Identification of the friction potential for the application in an automated emergency braking system. in 13th Stuttgart International Symposium Automotive and Engine Technology 2013. Band 2. Wiesbaden: ATZ live. 2013. S. 55-69
Lex, Cornelia ; Kobialka, Hans-Ulrich ; Eichberger, Arno. / Identification of the friction potential for the application in an automated emergency braking system. 13th Stuttgart International Symposium Automotive and Engine Technology 2013. Band 2 Wiesbaden : ATZ live, 2013. S. 55-69
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