This book contains 80 papers covering six years of research (2000-2005) on advances in electronic braking systems (including brake-by-wire and antilock braking systems), traction control systems (TCS, ASR); and stability control systems (VDC).
Subjects covered include:
Vehicle network protocols
Brake systems for hybrid vehicles
Hydraulic braking systems
Crash avoidance and rollover prevention
Fuzzy logic controllers
Torque management systems
Tire-road friction estimation
The book also includes editor Ronald K. Jurgen's introduction ("Interrelationships are Key") and concluding chapter on future trends in the areas of electronic braking, traction, and stability control.