Vehicle parameter identification using population based algorithms

Hakan Gökdağ
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Abstract


This work deals with parameter identification of a vehicle using population based algorithms such as Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO), Artificial Bee Colony Optimization (ABC) and Genetic Algorithm (GA). Full vehicle model with seven degree of freedom (DoF) is employed, and two objective functions based on reference and computed responses are proposed. Solving the optimization problem vehicle mass, moments of inertia and vehicle center of gravity parameters, which are necessary for later applications such as vehicle control and performance analysis, are obtained. It is demonstrated the proposed approach achieves to determine unknown parameters with negligible relative errors in spite of noise interference. 

Keywords


Optimization; vehicle parameter identification; particle swarm, artificial bee colony

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