bmnhy 24 Tháng chín 2006 - #1 X by Wire (Lượt xem: 3,426) Mình post một ít thuật ngữ mới về X by wire (Một loạt hệ thống mới ứng dụng điện tử và điều khiển tự động trong các hệ thống của xe hơi) Hiệ tại các xe cao cấp như: BMW 3 Series, Mercedes Benz C class, Audi A4/S4, BMW 5 Series, Peugeot 607, Saab 9-5 đã trang bị các hệ thống này. Và tới đây chúng ta sẽ thấy Hệ thống lái không còn thước lái, Hệ thống thắng không còn Các xylanh thủy lực, và các đường ống dầu,... và chiếc xe sẽ là một cổ máy với những hệ thống mới hiện đại - hiệu quả - an toàn có tên gọi chung là X by Wire: hãy bắt đầu làm quen với Acronym trước nhé: Tiêu đề: Thuật ngữ: Nội dung: Opel Adam Opel AG (includes Saab unless other wise specified) ASR Anti Slip Regulation ABS Antilock Braking Systems ADB Automatic Differential Brake BA Brake Assist CAGR Compound Annual Growth Rate CBC Cornering Brake Control DaimlerChrysler Daimler Chrysler (Mercedes Benz and Chrysler and MCC Smart) DBC Dynamic Brake Control DSC Dynamic Stability Control EHB Electro Hydraulic Braking EMB Electro Mechanical Braking EBA Electronic Brake Assist EBD Electronic Brake-force Distribution EDL Electronic Differential Lock ESC Electronic Stability Control ESP Electronic Stability Program EWB Electronic Wedge Brake Fiat Fiat Group (Fiat, Lancia and Alfa Romeo) Ford Ford Motor Company (Ford, Jaguar and Volvo) HDC Hill Descent Control HBA Hydraulic Brake Assist MSR Modulate System Regulation OEM Original Equipment Manufacturers PDC Park Distance Control RSC Rollover Stability Control TCS Traction Control Systems TRW TRW Automotive VDIM Vehicle Dynamics Integrated Management VM Vehicle Manufacturer VSC Vehicle Stability Control Tiêu đề: Brake by wire: Nội dung: When traveling on a motorway at speeds exceeding 100 kmph, imagine the car in front of you skidding off its path and hitting the barriers hard enough to block the whole road and to force you to make a sudden complete halt. The technologies that allowed you to come to a complete halt, are the brakes and the stability control systems of the vehicle. Brakes are the first to come to your rescue, however, even if the brakes are highly efficient, it is extremely difficult for any driver to maintain the stability and control over the vehicle when braking at high speeds. With this major challenge in mind, over the years the industry has put considerable research efforts into the development and continuous improvement of Stability control systems such as Antilock Braking Systems (ABS), Traction Control Systems (TCS) and ultimately Electronic Stability Program (ESP) which by 2012 are expected to be implemented in over 98 percent of passenger vehicles in Europe. Furthermore, and following the increasing importance the industry has been placing on the development of advanced solutions, stability control systems are expected to be integrated with active and passive safety systems such as adaptive cruise control, pre crash sensors and airbags and seat belt pretensioners. As analysed more in detail in this study, OEMs such as Fiat and Renault are expected to offerESP systems as a standard, whilst OEMs such as General Motors and DaimlerChrysler are likely to opt for the implementation of advanced ESP systems that offer features such as integration to Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), integration to pre crash systems and steering intervention. By 2015, advanced ESP systems are expected to be present on over 20 percent of the passenger vehicles market in Europe. With the launch of BBW systems such as EWB and EMB systems around 2009/2010, integrated chassis control systems will start penetrating the market. Amongst braking systems, although over 95 percent of the market is currently equipped with hydraulic braking systems, the industry is expected to gradually shift towards more advanced braking systems such as electro mechanical braking (EMB) systems and electronic wedge brake (EWB) systems post 2009/2010. Premium OEMS such as BMW and Audi are expected to opt for EMB systems, with penetration rate expected to cross 3 percent in BMW by 2012 whilst, OEMs such as Toyota are ( (có vẻ chổ này sai chính tả - nhưng mình vẵn post nguyên văn original file) likely to prefer Electronic Wedge Brake (EWB) systems on high end models such as the Lexus LS Series. Frost & Sullivan estimates that by 2020 OEMs such as DaimlerChrysler, Volkswagen and BMW will introduce a complete Brake-By-Wire system and to shift towards a global integrated chassis control system with By-Wire chassis systems. By 2020, the conventional hydraulic braking system is expected to be present mainly on A and B segment vehicles, reaching a maximum penetration of approximately 30 to 35 percent on these segments.