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Chassis Systems

Mobile in the City of Tomorrow

The Fusion of Drive and Chassis

I. Introduction

Figure 1 Market scenarios for the introduction of automated driving

II. Vehicle concept

Figure 2 The wheel module from Schaeffler

III. Complete vehicle

Figure 3 Platform concept of the Schaeffler Mover

IV. Wheel module setup

Figure 4 Actuator for the steer-by-wire system

Figure 5 Chassis components

Figure 6 Vehicle setup in the multiple-body simulation

Figure 7 Simulation of different trailing arm configurations

V. Wheel-hub motor

Figure 8 The wheel-hub drive components

Figure 9 Interaction of regenerative and mechanical brake

VI. Control algorithm for the steer-by-wire system and the drive

Figure 10 Signal flows for controlling the wheel modules

Figure 11 Signal flow in the electronic module and the individual components of the controller

Figure 12 The driving dynamics controller controls the force distribution of the four wheel drives in such a way that the actual force is always below the friction contact limit

VII. Safety concept

Figure 13 Vehicle behavior during emergency braking due to total system failure

VIII. Summary and outlook

The digital version of the Schaeffler Symposium 2018 “Mobility for Tomorrow” conference transcript

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II. Vehicle concept

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