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Friction modelling

Subject: Friction modelling

From: Abdul

Date: 4 Feb, 2013 00:17:08

Message: 1 of 2

Hello,

I have modelled a vehicle in Simulink and have successfully controlled it using fuzzy logic control system,

 I am NOW investigating on how to incorporate friction of the different types of surfaces; such as bumpy roads, sand, paved roads etc..
in the model

I am not sure on how to model these surfaces, I am sure they must include some random signals but can't figure out how to model them

any ideas?

your answers are greatly appreciated !

thanks !

Abdu ,

Subject: Friction modelling

From: Lafin Myazov

Date: 5 Feb, 2013 01:01:56

Message: 2 of 2

Earlier, usenet's grand fumblewit Abdul wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I have modelled a vehicle in Simulink and have successfully controlled
> it using fuzzy logic control system,
>
> I am NOW investigating on how to incorporate friction of the different
> types of surfaces; such as bumpy roads, sand, paved roads etc..
> in the model
>
> I am not sure on how to model these surfaces, I am sure they must
> include some random signals but can't figure out how to model them
>
> any ideas?

Nope.

> your answers are greatly appreciated !

of course...

> thanks !

you're welcome.

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