Adaptive Cruise Control System for Vehicle Modeling Using Stop and Go Manoeuvres

Anshul Mathur, Prateek Joshi
Volume 2: Issue 1, March 2015, pp 41-43


Author's Information
Anshul Mathur1 
Corresponding Author
1Department of Mechanical Engineering, Maharishi Arvind Institute of Engineering and Technology, Jaipur, India.
anshulmathur8@gmail.com

Prateek Joshi
2Deprtment of Electronics & Communication Engineering, Maharishi Arvind Institute of Engineering and Technology, Jaipur, India.


Research Article -- Peer Reviewed
Published online – 30 March 2015

Open Access article under Creative Commons License

Cite this article – Anshul Mathur, Prateek Joshi, “Adaptive Cruise Control System for Vehicle Modeling Using Stop and Go Manoeuvres”, International Journal of Analytical, Experimental and Finite Element Analysis, RAME Publishers, vol. 2, issue 1, pp. 41-43, March 2015.


Abstract:-
This paper deals with the design of adaptive cruise control (ACC) which was implemented on a passenger car. An important feature of the newly based adaptive cruise control system is that, its ability to manage a competent inter-vehicle gap based on the speed of host vehicle and headway. There are three major inputs to the ACC system, that is, speed of host vehicle read from Memory unit, headway time set by driver, and actual gap measured by the Radar scanner. The system is been adapted with the velocity control at urban environments avoid possibilities of accidents. This paper deals with the design, modulating, and estimation of the controllers performing actions on the longitudinal control of a car to accomplish stop-and-go manoeuvres.
Index Terms:-
Adaptive Cruise control, Inter Vehicle Gap, Stop and Go Manoeuvres.
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