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Active suspension in railway vehicles: a literature survey

Bin Fu, Rocco Libero Giossi, Rickard Persson, Sebastian Stichel, Stefano Bruni, Roger Goodall
2020 Railway Engineering Science  
With increased technical maturity of sensors and actuators, active suspension has unprecedented development opportunities.  ...  With new demands of higher speed, better ride comfort and lower maintenance cost for railway vehicles, active suspensions are very promising technologies.  ...  as you give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons licence, and indicate if changes were made.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40534-020-00207-w fatcat:k5dxog4jgbdodjcts2seglssmq

On Cost-effective Reuse of Components in the Design of Complex Reconfigurable Systems

J. I. Aizpurua, Y. Papadopoulos, E. Muxika, F. Chiacchio, G. Manno
2017 Quality and Reliability Engineering International  
For example, trains have replicated functions throughout their cars and large buildings have replicated control functions throughout their floors and rooms.  ...  D3H2 (aDaptive Dependable Design for systems with Homogeneous and Heterogeneous redundancies) is a methodology that supports the design of complex systems with a focus on reconfiguration and component  ...  The authors would like to thank the reviewers for their valuable comments that helped to improve the clarity and completeness of the paper and also colleagues at CAF Power & Automation for the discussions  ... 
doi:10.1002/qre.2112 fatcat:xcz4hcnnmrckre2l4c6mf46364

2019-2020 Index IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics Vol. 67

2020 IEEE transactions on industrial electronics (1982. Print)  
Hao, Q., Design, Implementation, and Evaluation of a Neural-Network-Based Quadcopter UAV System; TIE March 2020 2076-2085 Jiang, J., Mohagheghi, A., and Moallem, M., Energy-Efficient Supplemental LED  ...  Lighting Control for a Proof-of-Concept Greenhouse System; TIE April 2020 3033-3042 Jiang, J., see Ma, J., TIE July 2020 5687-5695 Jiang, J., see Wang, J., TIE Aug. 2020 6864-6873 Jiang, J., see Wang  ...  ., +, TIE June 2020 4946-4956 Actuator Failure Compensation-Based Adaptive Control of Active Suspension Systems With Prescribed Performance.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tie.2020.3045338 fatcat:gljm7ngg3fakvmnfswcbb5vwiu

An Overview of CAN-BUS Development, Utilization, and Future Potential in Serial Network Messaging for Off-Road Mobile Equipment [chapter]

Hannah M. Boland, Morgan I. Burgett, Aaron J. Etienne, Robert M. Stwalley III
2021 Technology in Agriculture [Working Title]  
A Controller Area Network (CAN) is a serial network information technology that facilitates the passing of information between Electronic Control Units (ECUs, also known as nodes).  ...  ECUs within a vehicle's integrated electronic system through distributed control and decentralized measuring equipment.  ...  Stwalley's Fall 2020 Off-Highway Vehicle Design class at Purdue University's School of Agricultural and Biological Engineering for their contributions to the structure and content of this technical chapter  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.98444 fatcat:c3ho5n364bdsnlk2bxjvj4hjm4

IEEE Robotics & Automation Society

2012 IEEE robotics & automation magazine  
WeA2 Imperial 1 In this paper, we propose to design a Fault Tolerant Controller (FTC) that can cope both with performance and robustness by the hybridization of two controllers.  ...  fault tolerant control of moment gyroscope.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mra.2012.2230568 fatcat:33actbknxrel3jnag2kx7cncem

IEEE Robotics & Automation Society

2011 IEEE robotics & automation magazine  
WeA2 Imperial 1 In this paper, we propose to design a Fault Tolerant Controller (FTC) that can cope both with performance and robustness by the hybridization of two controllers.  ...  fault tolerant control of moment gyroscope.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mra.2011.941112 fatcat:owvu2behc5hulpcae2dp5myigm

[IEEE Robotics & Automation Society]

2012 IEEE robotics & automation magazine  
WeA2 Imperial 1 In this paper, we propose to design a Fault Tolerant Controller (FTC) that can cope both with performance and robustness by the hybridization of two controllers.  ...  fault tolerant control of moment gyroscope.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mra.2012.2229854 fatcat:rjrxtwk4jbcgjpvjdad6mougsq

IEEE Robotics & Automation Society

2011 IEEE robotics & automation magazine  
WeA2 Imperial 1 In this paper, we propose to design a Fault Tolerant Controller (FTC) that can cope both with performance and robustness by the hybridization of two controllers.  ...  fault tolerant control of moment gyroscope.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mra.2011.943480 fatcat:d2wvloyv6jcbzp2yathd52mx2u

2020 Index IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology Vol. 69

2020 IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology  
Shan, H., Song, M., Zhuang, W., Xiang, Z., Wu, Y., and Yu, X., A Joint Design of Platoon Communication and Control Based on LTE-V2V; 15893-15907 Hong, C.S., see Nguyen, M.N.H., TVT May 2020 5618-5633  ...  + Check author entry for coauthors ami-mFading Channels With Integer and Non-Integerm; TVT March 2020 2785-2801 Hoang, T.M., Tran, X.N., Nguyen, B.C., and Dung, L.T., On the Performance of MIMO Full-Duplex  ...  ., +, TVT Aug. 2020 8232-8242 Neural Networks-Based Sliding Mode Fault-Tolerant Control for High-Speed Trains With Bounded Parameters and Actuator Faults.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tvt.2021.3055470 fatcat:536l4pgnufhixneoa3a3dibdma

Research challenges in nextgen service orchestration

Luis M. Vaquero, Felix Cuadrado, Yehia Elkhatib, Jorge Bernal-Bernabe, Satish N. Srirama, Mohamed Faten Zhani
2019 Future generations computer systems  
Here, we present the challenges brought forward by this new breed of technologies and where current orchestration techniques stand with regards to the new challenges.  ...  Full terms of use are available: Abstract Fog/edge computing, function as a service, and programmable infrastructures, like software-defined networking or network function virtualisation, are becoming  ...  Acknowledgements The authors thank Gordon S Blair for his insightful comments on prior versions of this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.future.2018.07.039 fatcat:x3zrha4nt5ggpdvn3p3f7cki3y

Critical Review of Intelligent Battery Systems: Challenges, Implementation, and Potential for Electric Vehicles

Lidiya Komsiyska, Tobias Buchberger, Simon Diehl, Moritz Ehrensberger, Christian Hanzl, Christoph Hartmann, Markus Hölzle, Jan Kleiner, Meinert Lewerenz, Bernhard Liebhart, Michael Schmid, Dominik Schneider (+5 others)
2021 Energies  
They enable high-level functions like fault diagnostics, multi-objective balancing strategies, multilevel inverters, and hybrid energy storage systems.  ...  The essential features of Intelligent Battery Systems are the accurate and robust determination of cell individual states and the ability to control the current of each cell by reconfiguration.  ...  However, the switching speed of GTOs is very poor and with the invention of IGBTs, the GTO has been replaced in traction applications [542] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/en14185989 fatcat:ezknxowigfac7k7ildidhx6w64

Research Challenges in Nextgen Service Orchestration [article]

Luis M. Vaquero and Felix Cuadrado and Yehia Elkhatib and Jorge Bernal-Bernabe and Satish N. Srirama and Mohamed Faten Zhani
2018 arXiv   pre-print
Here, we present the challenges brought forward by this new breed of technologies and where current orchestration techniques stand with regards to the new challenges.  ...  We also present a set of promising technologies that can help tame this brave new world.  ...  Acknowledgement The authors thank Gordon S Blair for his insightful comments on prior versions of this manuscript.  ... 
arXiv:1806.00764v2 fatcat:a6nj556s6zaldhktwux3j4iswe

Resilient Cyberphysical Systems and their Application Drivers: A Technology Roadmap [article]

Somali Chaterji, Parinaz Naghizadeh, Muhammad Ashraful Alam, Saurabh Bagchi, Mung Chiang, David Corman, Brian Henz, Suman Jana, Na Li, Shaoshuai Mou, Meeko Oishi, Chunyi Peng (+5 others)
2019 arXiv   pre-print
An optimally designed system is resilient to both unique attacks and recurrent attacks, the latter with a lower overhead.  ...  and metropolises), urban structures (e.g., smart homes and cars), and living structures (e.g., human bodies, synthetic genomes).  ...  Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.  ... 
arXiv:2001.00090v1 fatcat:zaybw5wyfbayhcu34q2douctme

Mechanical Features of Electric Traction

Philip Dawson
1898 Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers  
With tho demand for inter-urban and railway service however, still longer cars have become necessary ; and practice has shown that the best way to carry a long car is on two trucks, each having a short  ...  hanging on the steps all the way, and on the two ends ; and how they could run at such a high speed and with safety, and how they swung round the corners of the streets.  ... 
doi:10.1243/pime_proc_1898_054_009_02 fatcat:rkpj53hf45cghjboaynybj2oqu

Automotive Intelligence Embedded in Electric Connected Autonomous and Shared Vehicles Technology for Sustainable Green Mobility

Ovidiu Vermesan, Reiner John, Patrick Pype, Gerardo Daalderop, Kai Kriegel, Gerhard Mitic, Vincent Lorentz, Roy Bahr, Hans Erik Sand, Steffen Bockrath, Stefan Waldhör
2021 Frontiers in Future Transportation  
Digital technologies are a significant enabler in achieving the sustainability goals of the green transformation of the mobility and transportation sectors.  ...  The traditional ownership model is moving toward multimodal and shared mobility services.  ...  Operating the vehicle at a reduced speed in a defined environment is a valuable tool for mitigating faults or failures associated with constrained resources (e.g., GPS loss, network bandwidth, processing  ... 
doi:10.3389/ffutr.2021.688482 fatcat:3yr2mvmoanadxpk6zcbgbtjiy4
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