Platoon Collision Dynamics And Emergency Maneuvering IV: Intra-platoon Collision Behavior And A New Control Approach For Platoon Operation During Vehicle Exit/entry - Final Report
This report examines platoon behavior during non-nominal operations, most especially due to emergency braking. Three main topics are discussed: multiple-collision wave propagation effects for homogeneous platoons with and without lead vehicle information, intra-platoon collision behavior of non-homogeneous platoons during emergency operations, and a new control approach for platoon operations during vehicle exit/entry.
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- Tongue, Benson H. & Yang, Yean-tzong & White, Matthew T., 1991. "Platoon Collision Dynamics And Emergency Maneuvering I: Reduced Order Modeling Of A Platoon For Dynamical Analysis," Institute of Transportation Studies, Research Reports, Working Papers, Proceedings qt0857r4h9, Institute of Transportation Studies, UC Berkeley.
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