Dp 629 en
Active torque vectoring systems for electric drive vehicles
Author: Mondek Martin
Various torque vectoring systems for an electric vehicle are presented and discussed in this thesis. Several vehicle mathematical models for simulations of the vehicle dynamics or the development of the control systems are introduced. Effects of variations in the physical parameters of the vehicle models on the response times, damping ratios, natural frequencies and other dynamical characteristics are described. Presented vehicle models were parameterized to match the behavior of the real test vehicle. The developed torque vectoring control systems are implemented to the professional automotive control software, and their performance is tested in various experiments. Finally, the results of all tests of vehicle dynamics are compared and evaluated.
- Martin Mondek, mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org