Modeling of Electromagnetic Brakes for Enhanced Braking Capabilities
Proceedings of SPIE - Photonics east
Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE)
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In automatic highway systems, automatic brake actuation is a very important part of the overall control of the vehicle. Hence, a faster response and a robust braking system are crucial. This paper describes electromagnetic brakes as a supplementary system for regular friction brakes. This system provides better response time for emergency situations, and in general keeps the friction brake working longer and safer. A new mathematical model for electromagnetic brakes is proposed to describe their static characteristics. The performance of the new mathematical model is better than the other three models available in the literature.
Automobile driving—Braking; Automobiles — Automatic control; Brakes – Models; Engineering models; Magnetic brakes
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Modeling of Electromagnetic Brakes for Enhanced Braking Capabilities.
Proceedings of SPIE - Photonics east, 3207
Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE).