Commercial Vehicles with Intelligent Rear Axle Steering Systems

Paper #:
  • 962185

Published:
  • 1996-10-01
Citation:
Pflug, H., von Glasner, E., and Povel, R., "Commercial Vehicles with Intelligent Rear Axle Steering Systems," SAE Technical Paper 962185, 1996, https://doi.org/10.4271/962185.
Pages:
10
Abstract:
Rear axle steering systems electronically controlled and hydraulically actuated are discussed for commercial vehicles. With these steered axles, the major objective is to improve the manoeuvrability of these vehicles. With the aid of the steering strategy “Rear end Swing-out Compensation” it will be assured, that in two-axle, all-wheel steering trucks dangerous rear end swing-out effects, occuring primarily in low speed ranges, will not take place. In addition, it is possible to enhance the dynamic stability of two-axle trucks while braking on split adhesion road surfaces with the aid of specific control algorithms. Furthermore, the application of a rear axle steering system can suppress dangerous lateral oscillations of centre-axle trailers.
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