A control design approach is presented for active steering of front wheel steered vehicles. The approach consists of the application of disturbance decoupling via statederivative feedback. Simulations with the resulting controller show that the use of state-derivative information may considerably enhance vehicle safety, in particular under adverse operating conditions such as icy roads.
|Title of host publication||ECC '99 : 5th European control conference, conference proceedings|
|Place of Publication||Karlsruhe, Germany|
|Publication status||Published - 1999|