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Testing and evaluation of fault handling strategies in the research concept vehicle

The SHC-­‐project ”Fault-­‐Tolerant Over-­‐Actuated Hybrid Electric Vehicles (FT_HEV)” has been studying different faults and their effects on the dynamic behavior of the vehicle in simulation environments. The project has reached a stage where several real life experiments need to be carried out to validate the simulation results and a funding of full scale vehicle testing has not been covered in the initial SHC application. However, it would be of great importance to validate the simulation results in a real vehicle and gain insights into driver behaviour to faults in a vehicle with a fault handling control strategy. The KTH Research Concept Vehicle1 is a suitable platform for studying these effects with its wide variety of functionality and setup possibilities. The suggested activities are to create a test plan and additional software and hardware development for the RCV to enable studies at the test track during 4 evenings, of which one is for pre-­‐testing. Fault-­‐tolerant strategies should be tested as well as analysis and writing of one scientific paper. The goals are to study the effect of fault-­‐tolerant strategies on driver and vehicle performance as well as to validate simulation and moving base driving simulator results so far gained in the FT_HEV and EVERSAFE projects.

The

SHC–‐project

“ault–‐Tolerant

Over–‐Actuated

Hybrid

Electric

Vehicles

(FT_HEV)”has

been

studying

different

faults

and

their

effects

on

the

dynamic

behavior

of

the

vehicle

in

simulation

environments.

The

project

has

reached

a

stage

where

several

real

life

experiments

need

to

be

carried

out

to

validate

the

simulation

results

and

a

funding

of

full

scale

vehicle

testing

has

not

been

covered

in

the

initial

SHC

application.

However,

it

would

be

of

great

importance

to

validate

the

simulation

results

in

a

real

vehicle

and

gain

insights

into

driver

behaviour

to

faults

in

a

vehicle

with

a

fault

handling

control

strategy.

The

KTH

Research

Concept

Vehicle1

is

a

suitable

platform

for

studying

these

effects

with

its

wide

variety

of

functionality

and

setup

possibilities.

The

suggested

activities

are

to

create

a

test

plan

and

additional

software

and

hardware

development

for

the

RCV

to

enable

studies

at

the

test

track

during

4

evenings,

of

which

one

is

for

pre–‐testing.

Fault–‐tolerant

strategies

should

be

tested

as

well

as

analysis

and

writing

of

one

scientific

paper.

The

goals

are

to

study

the

effect

of

fault–‐tolerant

strategies

on

driver

and

vehicle

performance

as

well

as

to

validate

simulation

and

moving

base

driving

simulator

results

so

far

gained

in

the

FT_HEV

and

EVERSAFE

projects.

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