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H. Saeidi Googarchin, S. M. Hossein Sharifi ,
Volume 5, Issue 1 (3-2015)

The reason of this study is low cycle failure of cast iron cylinder head during the E5 standard durability test. The goal of the present investigation is durability test simulation and low cycle fatigue life evaluation of cast iron cylinder head. With uncouple structural analysis, preloads, thermal and mechanical load and boundary conditions are prescribed to finite element model of the cylinder head. To cover the durability test, the analysis steps repeated at five crack speed, 750, 1650, 2075, 2350 and 2600 rpm. The cylinder head is subjected to cyclic multi-axial non-proportional variable amplitude loads. In fatigue analysis, critical plane model with cumulative damage theory is applied to predict fatigue life. A general scripting is developed and validated to calculate fatigue life. The results show that the failure of critical cylinder head is the type of low cycle fatigue. The valve bridge region, where high temperature exists during operation of the engine, is the critical area in cast iron cylinder head in fatigue analysis approach. The simulation results are in accordance with the results of durability test.
J. Sharifi, A. Amirjamshidy,
Volume 8, Issue 1 (3-2018)

The electronic stability control (ESC) system is one of the most important active safety systems in vehicles. Here, we intend to improve the Electronic stability of four in-wheel motor drive electric vehicles. We will design an electronic stability control system based on Type-2 fuzzy logic controller. Since, Type-2 fuzzy controller has uncertainty in input interval furthermore of output fuzziness, it behaves like a robust control, hence it is suitable for control of nonlinear uncertain systems which uncertainty may be due to parameter variation or un-modeled dynamics. The controller output for stabilization of vehicle is corrective yaw moment. Controller output is the torque that distribute by braking and acceleration on both sides of the vehicle. We simulate our designs on MATLAB software. Some drive maneuvers will be carry to validate system performance in vehicle stability maintenance. Simulation results indicate that distributed torque-brake control strategy based on Type-2 fuzzy logic controller can improve the stability and maneuverability of vehicle, significantly in comparison with uncontrolled vehicle and Type-1 fuzzy ESC. Furthermore, we compare the conventional braking ESC with our designed ESC, i.e. distributed exertion of torque ESC and braking ESC in view point of both stabilization and performance. As we will see, proposed ESC can decrease vehicle speed reduction, in addition to better vehicle stability maintenance.

Dr Javad Sharifi, Ms Fereshte Vaezi,
Volume 9, Issue 2 (6-2019)

    Modeling and identification of the system of Iranian cars is one of the most basic needs of automotive and consumer groups and has a broad role for safe driving. It has happened with speed increasing or changing of shift gear, effects on water temperature or the car's torque has been observed, but how much and how intensely and with what algorithm this effect is identifiable, can be modeled and controlled, because up to now an algorithm that can show these effects during driving has not existed that what reaction should be made by the vehicle when it occurs untimely.
    Identification of each automobile sector lonely has been considered in recent decades, and in some cases, some relationships have been investigated, but from a control point of view, the lack of comprehensive effects of all parts of a car on the other parts is to get an identification algorithm in the automotive industry, and it requires more in-depth studies, because the complexity of the behavior of different parts of the car has made many attempts not fully understandable. Hear it's supposed to control different parameters of Iranian vehicles by using LS estimation and fuzzy logic controller and the simulation is done in Matlab software by storing and validating data of a Dena vehicle through CAN network.
Abbas Harifi, Farzan Rashidi, Fardad Vakilipoor Takaloo ‎,
Volume 10, Issue 1 (3-2020)

The control of Antilock Braking Systems (ABS) is a difficult problem, because of their nonlinearities and uncertainties appearing in their dynamics and parameters. To overcome these issues, this paper proposes a new adaptive controller for the next generation of ABS. After considering a complex vehicle dynamic, a triple adaptive fuzzy control system is presented. Important parameters of the vehicle dynamic include two separated brake torques for front ands rear wheels, as well as longitudinal weight transfer which is caused by the acceleration or deceleration. Because of the nonlinearity of the vehicle dynamic model, three fuzzy-estimators have been suggested to eliminate nonlinear terms of the front and rear wheels’ dynamic. Since the vehicle model parameters change due to variations of road conditions, an adaptive law of the controller is derived based on Lyapunov theory to adapt the fuzzy-estimators and stabilize the entire system. The performance of the proposed controller is evaluated by some simulations on the ABS system. The results demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed method for ABS under different road conditions.

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