Hybrid Control Scheme for Pursuing Performance of an Anti-Lock Brake System

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In this paper, a hybrid system acted as a component of the standard proportional-integral-derivative (PID) controller along with an intelligent active force control (AFC) and tried to strengthen it by using the third method for tracking control for systems that work in a repetitive mode.  Iterative learning (IL) control was the technique adapted to improve the dynamic system. This technique was developed and implemented in a hybrid scheme as a way to obtain the effective tracking required for slip ratio and stable interaction force between the tire and the road using an anti-lock brake system. The performance of the hybrid control scheme is compared with a PID controller and PID-AFC in terms of the ability to adapt for best slip ratio. It is found that the proposed control strategy copes well with the complexities of the high nonlinearity of the system and has done better than the other two controllers.
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Anti-Lock Braking System; Active Force Control; PID Controller; Iterative Learning Control; Wheel Slip

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