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|Budapest University of Technology and Economics|
|Faculty of Transportation Engineering and Vehicle Engineering|
|1. Subject name||Controlled vehicle system dynamics I. PhD|
|2. Subject name in Hungarian||Szabályozott járműdinamikai rendszerek I. PhD|
|3. Code||BMEKOGJD010||4. Evaluation type||exam grade||5. Credits||3|
|6. Weekly contact hours||2 (0) Lecture||0 (0) Practice||0 (0) Lab|
|9. Working hours for fulfilling the requirements of the subject||120|
|Contact hours||28||Preparation for seminars||14||Homework||22|
|Reading written materials||26||Midterm preparation||30||Exam preparation||0|
|10. Department||Department of Automotive Technologies|
|11. Responsible lecturer||Dr. Szalay Zsolt|
|12. Lecturers||Dr. Tihanyi Viktor|
|14. Description of lectures|
|"Regulated Vehicle Dynamics Systems I." students will delve deeper into the areas of development of electronically controlled vehicle dynamics systems used in motor vehicles, as well as the intelligent vehicle systems researched today and their current dynamics and control technology background. The aim is to develop control technology solutions used in modern vehicle technology. Special control technology issues and novel regularities of active and semi-active vehicle suspension systems. Critical evaluation of control strategies for ABS / ASR systems.
Development of control theory problems in automotive driver assist systems (active speed control, lane departure detection)
|15. Description of practices|
|16. Description of labortory practices|
|17. Learning outcomes|
|18. Requirements, way to determine a grade (obtain a signature)|
|The acquisition of the signature of the subject, and, in addition, the condition of taking exam is giving in the complete individual student homework for deadline. The exam is oral.|
|19. Opportunity for repeat/retake and delayed completion|
|There is one occasion to retake the exam.|
|20. Learning materials|
|1. Hans Pacejka: Tire and Vehicle Dynamics, Elsevier B-ELS-049, ISBN of 9780080970172, 2012.
2. Tire and Wheel Technology, 2011, SAE International SP-2296, ISBN of 978-0-7680-4735-6, 2011.
3. Vehicle Dynamics Stability and Control, 2011, SAE International SP-2297, ISBN of 978-0-7680-4736-3, 2011.
4. Rao V. Dukkipati, Jian Pang, Mohamad S. Qatu, Gang Sheng, Zuo Shuguang, Road Vehicle Dynamics, SAE International, R-366, ISBN of 978-0-7680-1643-7, 2008.
|Effective date||27 November 2019||This Subject Datasheet is valid for||Inactive courses|