Automotive Mechatronics: Operational and Practical Issues [electronic resource]: Volume II / by B. T. Fijalkowski.

By: Fijalkowski, B. T [author.]Contributor(s): SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextSeries: Intelligent Systems Control and Automation: Science and Engineering; -52Publisher: Netherlands: Description: XIV, 526 p. online resourceISBN: 9789400711839 99789400711839Subject(s): ELECTRÓNICA | Engineering | CONTROL, ROBOTS, MECATRONICA | AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING | MACHINERY AND MACHINE ELEMENTS | ELECTRONICS AND MICROELECTRONICS, INDTRUMENTATION | INGENIERÍADDC classification: 629.2 Online resources: ir a documento
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PART 4 -- 4 SBW AWS Conversion Mechatronic Control System -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Variable-Assist SBW 2WS Conversion Mechatronic Control Systems -- 4.2.1 Essentials of SBW 2WS Conversion áMechatronic Control Systems -- 4.2.2 Categories of the SBW 2WS Conversion Mechatronic Control Systems -- 4.2.3 Description of SBW 2WS Conversion Mechatronic Control Systems -- 4.2.4 Hybrid E-M-F-M EPFS SBW 2WS Conversion Mechatronic Control System -- 4.2.5 E-M EPS SBW 2WS Conversion Mechatronic Control System -- 4.3 Energy-Saving Effectiveness -- 4.3.1 Foreword -- 4.3.2 Tendency in Research and Development (R&D) -- 4.4 Steer-By-Wire (SBW) Four-Wheel Steering (4WS) Conversion áMechatronic Control Systems. -- 4.4.1 Foreword -- 4.4.2 Philosophy of SBW 4WS Conversion Mechatronic Control Systems -- 4.4.3 Dynamic Analysis of SBW 4WS Conversion Mechatronic Control Systems -- 4.4.4 Categories of SBW 4WS Conversion Mechatronic Control Systems -- 4.4.5 Foreword to Each SBW 4WS Conversion áMechatronic Control System -- 4.4.6 E-M SBW 4WS Conversion Mechatronic Control Systems -- 4.4.7 Tendency in Research and Development (R&D) -- 4.5 Tri-Mode Hybrid SBW AWS Conversion Mechatronic Control Systems for Future Automotive Vehicles -- 4.5.1 Foreword -- 4.5.2 Philosophy of Tri-mode Hybrid SBW AWS Conversion Mechatronic Control -- 4.5.3 EM SBW AWS Conversion Actuators -- 4.5.4 SBW 4WS Conversion Mechatronic Control -- 4.5.5 Conclusion -- 4.6 SBW 4WS Conversion Mechatronic Control System for Automotive Vehicle Lane Keeping -- 4.6.1 Foreword -- 4.6.2 Automotive Vehicle Physical and Mathematical Models -- 4.6.3 SBW 4WS Conversion Mechatronic Control System Design -- 4.6.4 4WS Automotive Vehicle Lane-Keeping Simulation -- 4.6.5 Conclusion -- 4.7 Model-Based Design with Production Code Generation for SBW AWS Conversion Mechatronic Control System Development -- 4.7.1 Foreword -- 4.7.2 Model-Based Design with Production Code Generation -- 4.7.3 Behavioural Modelling -- 4.7.4 Simulation and Analysis -- 4.7.5 Rapid Prototyping -- 4.7.6 Detailed Software Design -- 4.7.7 Physical Model Testing -- 4.7.8 Distributed Architecture Design -- 4.7.9 Production Code Generation -- 4.7.10 In-the-Loop Testing -- 4.7.11 Integration Components -- 4.7.12 Additional Resources -- 4.8 SBW AWS Conversion Mechatronic Control System Using Fault-Silent Units -- 4.8.1 Foreword -- 4.8.2 Time-Triggered Architectures for SBW AWS Conversion Mechatronic Control Systems -- 4.8.3 Structure of Possible Four-Wheel-Steered (4WS) Steer-By-Wire (SBW) Conversion Architecture -- 4.8.4 Conclusion -- 4.9 Discussion and Conclusions -- Glossary -- References and Bibliography -- PART 5 -- 5 ABW AWA Suspension Mechatronic Control Systems -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Vehicular Suspension -- 5.2.1 Vehicular Suspension Categories -- 5.2.2 Vehicular Suspension Functions -- 5.2.3 Vehicular Suspension Performance -- 5.3 Passive Suspension -- 5.3.1 Foreword -- 5.3.2 Passive F-M or P-M Shock Absorber Suspension Mechatronic Control System -- 5.3.3 Passive F-P-M Suspension Mechatronic Control System -- 5.4 Self-Levelling Suspension -- 5.4.1 Foreword -- 5.4.2 Self-Levelling Suspension Mechatronic Control System Arrangement -- 5.4.3 Levelling Suspension Mechatronic Control System Components -- 5.4.4 Self-Levelling Suspension Mechatronic Control System Function -- 5.5 Semi-Active Suspensions -- 5.5.1 Foreword -- 5.5.2 Shock Absorber Suspension Mechatronic Control System Arrangement -- 5.5.3 Shock Absorber Suspension Mechatronic Control System Function -- 5.5.4 Types of Semi-Active Devices -- 5.5.5 Semi-Active ABW AWA Suspension Design Challenges -- 5.5.6 Semi-Active F-M ABW AWA Suspension Solution -- 5.5.7 Semi-Active P-M ABW AWA Suspension Solution -- 5.5.8 Semi-Active E-M ABW AWA Suspension Solution -- 5.5.9 Semi-Active MR ABW AWA Suspension Solution -- 5.5.10 Semi-Active ER ABW AWA Suspension Solution -- 5.5.11 Semi-Active PF ABW AWA Suspension Solution -- 5.6 Active Suspensions -- 5.6.1 Foreword -- 5.6.2 Active F-M ABW AWA Suspension Mechatronic Control Systems -- 5.6.3 Active F-P-M ABW AWA Suspension Mechatronic Control Systems -- 5.6.4 Active P-M ABW AWA Suspension Mechatronic Control Systems -- 5.6.5 Active E-M ABW AWA Suspension Mechatronic Control Systems -- 5.6.6 Active E-P-M ABW AWA Suspension Mechatronic Control Systems -- 5.6.7 Active E-M-M ABW AWA Suspension Mechatronic Control Systems -- 5.7 Hybrid ABW AWA Suspension Mechatronic Control Systems -- 5.8 Discussion and Conclusions -- Glossary -- References and Bibliography -- Acronyms -- Nomenclature -- Index.
Summary: Este libro presenta las cuestiones operativas y prácticas de mecatrónica automotriz, con especial énfasis en el enfoque heterogéneo de sistemas para vehÍculos de automoción, y está pensado como un texto de posgrado, asÍ como una referencia para los cientÍficos e ingenieros involucrados en el diseño de sistemas de control de automoción mecatrónicos.A medida que la complejidad de los vehÍculos automotores aumenta, también lo hace la falta de alta competencia, los cientÍficos automoción multidisciplinarios e ingenieros. Este libro ofrece una discusión sobre el tipo de sistemas de control mecatrónico que se encuentran en los vehÍculos modernos y las habilidades requeridas por los cientÍficos e ingenieros de automoción que trabajan en este entorno.Dividido en dos volúmenes y cinco piezas, Mecatrónica Automotriz tiene como objetivo mejorar la educación mecatrónica automotriz y hace hincapié en la formación de los estudiantes de experimentación práctica en habilidades, estimular y promover experiencias entre los institutos de educación superior y producir más mecatrónica automotriz e ingenieros de automatización.VOLUMEN II: Sistemas de control de SBW AWS conversión mecatrónica, sistemas ABW AWA suspensión mecatrónicos control.
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PART 4 -- 4 SBW AWS Conversion Mechatronic Control System -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Variable-Assist SBW 2WS Conversion Mechatronic Control Systems -- 4.2.1 Essentials of SBW 2WS Conversion áMechatronic Control Systems -- 4.2.2 Categories of the SBW 2WS Conversion Mechatronic Control Systems -- 4.2.3 Description of SBW 2WS Conversion Mechatronic Control Systems -- 4.2.4 Hybrid E-M-F-M EPFS SBW 2WS Conversion Mechatronic Control System -- 4.2.5 E-M EPS SBW 2WS Conversion Mechatronic Control System -- 4.3 Energy-Saving Effectiveness -- 4.3.1 Foreword -- 4.3.2 Tendency in Research and Development (R&D) -- 4.4 Steer-By-Wire (SBW) Four-Wheel Steering (4WS) Conversion áMechatronic Control Systems. -- 4.4.1 Foreword -- 4.4.2 Philosophy of SBW 4WS Conversion Mechatronic Control Systems -- 4.4.3 Dynamic Analysis of SBW 4WS Conversion Mechatronic Control Systems -- 4.4.4 Categories of SBW 4WS Conversion Mechatronic Control Systems -- 4.4.5 Foreword to Each SBW 4WS Conversion áMechatronic Control System -- 4.4.6 E-M SBW 4WS Conversion Mechatronic Control Systems -- 4.4.7 Tendency in Research and Development (R&D) -- 4.5 Tri-Mode Hybrid SBW AWS Conversion Mechatronic Control Systems for Future Automotive Vehicles -- 4.5.1 Foreword -- 4.5.2 Philosophy of Tri-mode Hybrid SBW AWS Conversion Mechatronic Control -- 4.5.3 EM SBW AWS Conversion Actuators -- 4.5.4 SBW 4WS Conversion Mechatronic Control -- 4.5.5 Conclusion -- 4.6 SBW 4WS Conversion Mechatronic Control System for Automotive Vehicle Lane Keeping -- 4.6.1 Foreword -- 4.6.2 Automotive Vehicle Physical and Mathematical Models -- 4.6.3 SBW 4WS Conversion Mechatronic Control System Design -- 4.6.4 4WS Automotive Vehicle Lane-Keeping Simulation -- 4.6.5 Conclusion -- 4.7 Model-Based Design with Production Code Generation for SBW AWS Conversion Mechatronic Control System Development -- 4.7.1 Foreword -- 4.7.2 Model-Based Design with Production Code Generation -- 4.7.3 Behavioural Modelling -- 4.7.4 Simulation and Analysis -- 4.7.5 Rapid Prototyping -- 4.7.6 Detailed Software Design -- 4.7.7 Physical Model Testing -- 4.7.8 Distributed Architecture Design -- 4.7.9 Production Code Generation -- 4.7.10 In-the-Loop Testing -- 4.7.11 Integration Components -- 4.7.12 Additional Resources -- 4.8 SBW AWS Conversion Mechatronic Control System Using Fault-Silent Units -- 4.8.1 Foreword -- 4.8.2 Time-Triggered Architectures for SBW AWS Conversion Mechatronic Control Systems -- 4.8.3 Structure of Possible Four-Wheel-Steered (4WS) Steer-By-Wire (SBW) Conversion Architecture -- 4.8.4 Conclusion -- 4.9 Discussion and Conclusions -- Glossary -- References and Bibliography -- PART 5 -- 5 ABW AWA Suspension Mechatronic Control Systems -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Vehicular Suspension -- 5.2.1 Vehicular Suspension Categories -- 5.2.2 Vehicular Suspension Functions -- 5.2.3 Vehicular Suspension Performance -- 5.3 Passive Suspension -- 5.3.1 Foreword -- 5.3.2 Passive F-M or P-M Shock Absorber Suspension Mechatronic Control System -- 5.3.3 Passive F-P-M Suspension Mechatronic Control System -- 5.4 Self-Levelling Suspension -- 5.4.1 Foreword -- 5.4.2 Self-Levelling Suspension Mechatronic Control System Arrangement -- 5.4.3 Levelling Suspension Mechatronic Control System Components -- 5.4.4 Self-Levelling Suspension Mechatronic Control System Function -- 5.5 Semi-Active Suspensions -- 5.5.1 Foreword -- 5.5.2 Shock Absorber Suspension Mechatronic Control System Arrangement -- 5.5.3 Shock Absorber Suspension Mechatronic Control System Function -- 5.5.4 Types of Semi-Active Devices -- 5.5.5 Semi-Active ABW AWA Suspension Design Challenges -- 5.5.6 Semi-Active F-M ABW AWA Suspension Solution -- 5.5.7 Semi-Active P-M ABW AWA Suspension Solution -- 5.5.8 Semi-Active E-M ABW AWA Suspension Solution -- 5.5.9 Semi-Active MR ABW AWA Suspension Solution -- 5.5.10 Semi-Active ER ABW AWA Suspension Solution -- 5.5.11 Semi-Active PF ABW AWA Suspension Solution -- 5.6 Active Suspensions -- 5.6.1 Foreword -- 5.6.2 Active F-M ABW AWA Suspension Mechatronic Control Systems -- 5.6.3 Active F-P-M ABW AWA Suspension Mechatronic Control Systems -- 5.6.4 Active P-M ABW AWA Suspension Mechatronic Control Systems -- 5.6.5 Active E-M ABW AWA Suspension Mechatronic Control Systems -- 5.6.6 Active E-P-M ABW AWA Suspension Mechatronic Control Systems -- 5.6.7 Active E-M-M ABW AWA Suspension Mechatronic Control Systems -- 5.7 Hybrid ABW AWA Suspension Mechatronic Control Systems -- 5.8 Discussion and Conclusions -- Glossary -- References and Bibliography -- Acronyms -- Nomenclature -- Index.

Este libro presenta las cuestiones operativas y prácticas de mecatrónica automotriz, con especial énfasis en el enfoque heterogéneo de sistemas para vehÍculos de automoción, y está pensado como un texto de posgrado, asÍ como una referencia para los cientÍficos e ingenieros involucrados en el diseño de sistemas de control de automoción mecatrónicos.A medida que la complejidad de los vehÍculos automotores aumenta, también lo hace la falta de alta competencia, los cientÍficos automoción multidisciplinarios e ingenieros. Este libro ofrece una discusión sobre el tipo de sistemas de control mecatrónico que se encuentran en los vehÍculos modernos y las habilidades requeridas por los cientÍficos e ingenieros de automoción que trabajan en este entorno.Dividido en dos volúmenes y cinco piezas, Mecatrónica Automotriz tiene como objetivo mejorar la educación mecatrónica automotriz y hace hincapié en la formación de los estudiantes de experimentación práctica en habilidades, estimular y promover experiencias entre los institutos de educación superior y producir más mecatrónica automotriz e ingenieros de automatización.VOLUMEN II: Sistemas de control de SBW AWS conversión mecatrónica, sistemas ABW AWA suspensión mecatrónicos control.

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