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Dr Javad Rezapour, Eng Parvaneh Afzali,
Volume 10, Issue 3 (9-2020)

Rollover of sport utility vehicles is a critical challenge for dynamic stability of the vehicle. Due to the high rate of fatalities resulted from the rollover, in order to reduces the injuries, the design of active vehicle controllers has received significant attention among the researchers and car companies. In this article, a multi-criteria optimum method is discussed in order to design a dynamics stabilizing controller via differential braking with an optimum braking torque distribution. To this end, the nonlinear control method on the basis of the sliding mode techniques has been implemented that provides ride comfort, improve safety performance, and maintain maneuverability. To address the trade-off between the conflicting requirements of vehicle dynamic control in terms of maneuverability and rollover prevention capability, we formulate an artificial intelligence-based multi-criteria genetic algorithms. The simulation verification analysis indicates that the utilized optimum distribution braking torques result in the desired enhancement in roll stability of the vehicle.

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