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A review of yaw rate and sideslip controllers for passenger vehicles

Manning, Warren and Crolla, D. A. (2007) A review of yaw rate and sideslip controllers for passenger vehicles. Transactions of the institute of measurement and control, 29 (2). pp. 117-135. ISSN 0142-3312

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The development of chassis control schemes has been a major area of study for automotive control engineers over the past 30 years. The volume of published literature is large, exceeding 1000 papers. Of this literature, there are 250 examining yaw and sideslip control. Here is a comprehensive review of this field of study to identify the current state of the art and research in yaw rate and sideslip control. The survey shows that there is still a significant research effort needed to address the subjective performance of handling systems, and more research is needed to develop schemes that integrate systems to achieve high-level performance objectives.

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