By A. Galip Ulsoy, Huei Peng, Melih Çakmakci
This engineering textbook is designed to introduce complicated regulate platforms for autos, together with complicated car thoughts and the following new release of autos for ITS. for every automobile keep watch over challenge thought of, the authors emphasize the physics and underlying rules at the back of the regulate procedure suggestion and layout. this is often a thrilling and quickly constructing box for which many articles and experiences exist yet no glossy unifying textual content. an intensive checklist of references is supplied on the finish of every bankruptcy for all of the themes coated. it's presently the one textbook, together with difficulties and examples, that that covers and integrates the themes of automobile powertrain keep watch over, motor vehicle regulate, and clever transportation structures. The emphasis is on primary innovations and strategies for automobile keep an eye on platforms, instead of the quickly altering particular applied sciences. a few of the textual content examples, in addition to the end-of-chapter difficulties, require using MATLAB and/or SIMULINK.
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