Diagrams, Functional And Constructive Solutions Of The Stability Control Systems For Automotive Application
The modern car must correspond to certain requirements regarding the driver safety and more than that it must convince the potential buyer that it will offer him the safety he is so much in need of. For that reason the number and the diversity of the safety systems have increased so fast. Despite all this for the time being it can not be stated that a particular vehicle is totally safe and it can come through any difficult situation. Because of that the research in the field is carried on and the number of those who propose solutions mend to improve the vehicle behavior is getting bigger.
Volume (Year): 2 (2008)
Issue (Month): 2 (November)
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