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Course Name
Turkish Taşıt Kontrol Sistemleri
English Vehicle Control Systems
Course Code
MAK 654E Credit Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester -
3 3 - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Osman Taha Şen
Course Objectives The objectives of the course are;
1. tire motion control (ABS, ASR);
2. lateral motion control (ESP) and vertical motion control (semi-active and active suspension systems);
3. warning and/or control system applications based on sensing and fusing environmental data;
4. engine and powertrain control;
5. parts and devices for control, communication protocols and hardware-in-the-loop simulations.
Course Description Tire dynamics and modeling. Vehicle dynamics and modeling. Vehicle dynamics control. Road and driver models. Modeling and control of powertrain systems. Other in-vehicle electronic control systems. Communication protocols. HIL simulation.
Course Outcomes 1. Understanding control problems in road vehicles, getting thorough information on solution techniques.
2. Getting detailed information on the state-of-the-art technology of control applications in road vehicles
3. Being to be able to make models of automotive subsystems with system dynamics theory, building control systems for these subsystems and performing computer aided analyses for these systems with MATLAB/Simulink.
4. Being able to make detailed literature surveys on automotive control applications, making scientific contributions to selected publications in the form applying own control techniques and publish new achievements to the scientific community.
Pre-requisite(s)
Required Facilities
Other
Textbook Kiencke, U. ve Nielsen, L. (2000). Automotive Control Systems for Engine, Driveline and Vehicle. Springer-Verlag (SAE). Berlin.
Other References 1. Li, L. ve Wang, F.Y. (2007). Advanced Motion Control and Sensing for Intelligent Vehicles. Springer.
2. Bonnick, A.W.M. (2001). Automotive Computer Controlled Systems. Butterworth Heinemann.
3. Rajamani, R. (2006). Vehicle Dynamics and Control. Springer.
4. Guglielmino, E., Sireteanu, T., Stammers, C.W., Ghita, G. ve Giuclea, M. (2008). Semi-active Suspension Control. Springer.
5. Ribbens, W.B. (1998) - Understanding Automotive Electronics. Newnes.
6. Gillespie, T. D., (1992) Fundamentals of Vehicle Dynamics, SAE.
7. Marek et. al. (2003) Sensors for Automotive Technology. Wiley VCH.
8. Harrison, M. (2004) Vehicle refinement - Controlling Noise and Vibration in Road Vehicles. SAE International.
9. Denton, T. (2006) Advanced Automotive Fault Diagnosis. Elsevier Butterworth Heinemann.
10. Fijalkowski, B.T. (2011) Automotive Mechatronics, Operational and Practical Issues, Volume 1 & 2, Springer.
11. Dorf, R.C. and Bishop, R.H., (1995) Modern Control Systems, Addison-Wesley Publishing Company.
12. Jazar, R., N., (2008) Vehicle Dynamics, Springer.
 
 
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