Experimental validation of different approaches for thermodynamic simulation of passenger car tyres View Full Text


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2018-05-12

AUTHORS

Andreas Hackl , C. Scherndl , W. Hirschberg , C. Lex

ABSTRACT

Due to the intensified integration of simulation and modelling into the development of automotive vehicles and their assistance systems, the expectations of accuracy and computational efficiency in simulation are increasing rapidly. In addition, simulation finds more and more application in the process of vehicle homologation, which were a pure experimental discipline in the past. In any case, not only demands affecting vehicle modelling but also refined tyre modelling become more important. In recent years, with continuing refinement in tyre simulation, the needs for coping with tyre temperatures and the resulting influences on the tyre characteristics have been considered important.These effects include, amongst other things like tyre wear, the temperature dependent behaviour of the tyre-road grip and the loss of cornering stiffness with increasing temperature. To consider those effects, it will become mandatory to reliably estimate the tyre temperatures as one additional input into any enhanced tyre model for vehicle dynamics and handling. In the sense of balanced modelling, the temperature submodel should not exceed the computational effort of the respective tyre model.For studying heat flow modelling of tyres, the present work aims to generate a comparative basis by investigating three different temperature models in regard of the fulfilment of the mentioned requirements. Furthermore, the easiness of identifying a model’s parameters is quite an important aspect from the engineering point of view. It is known that models which are based on more or less simple physical relations, where their parameters do have physical meaning (so-called semi-physical models) are able to facilitate parameterisation than e.g. pure empirical or phenomenological models. In particular, the latter ones require expensive a-priori measurements in general. Therefore, in the following special attention is paid to their abilities of integration into any adequate tyre model for vehicle dynamics and handling. More... »

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1233-1247

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18. Internationales Stuttgarter Symposium

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978-3-658-21193-6
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