Model-free control of automotive engine and brake for Stop-and-Go scenarios

Abstract : In this paper we propose a complete strategy for the longitudinal control of automotive vehicles in Stop-and- Go situations. Firstly, a upper level grey-box torque control is proposed to compensate for neglected dynamics at chassis level (due for example to road slopes, aerodynamic forces, rolling resistance forces, etc.). Secondly, to obtain the desired torque, we have considered a model-free approach to elaborate the suitable low level engine or braking torque. Convincing simulation results are presented to validate our method
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Sungwoo Choi, Brigitte d'Andréa-Novel, Michel Fliess, Hugues Mounier, Jorge Villagra. Model-free control of automotive engine and brake for Stop-and-Go scenarios. European Control Conference (ECC'09), EUCA - IFAC - IEEE CS, Aug 2009, Budapest, Hungary. ⟨inria-00395393⟩

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