Tire Model Verification and Comparison Performance using Double Lane Change Test

Mohd Azman Abdullah

Abstract


Three tire models, namely Dugoff, Calspan and Magic Formula are used in this paper. The models are developed based on their equations in Matlab/Simulink and verified using CarSim software through standard double lane change (DLC) test. The comparison of their performances are carried out on three different vehicles and at three different speeds. Further analyses are performed on the performance of vehicles at different speeds on DLC test. It can be observed that, the DLC test is best carried out at low speed and with less heavy vehicle. The tire models can be used for the future analysis on vehicle lateral and longitudinal controls.

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