The IAVSD Symposium is the leading international conference in the field of ground vehicle dynamics, bringing together scientists and engineers from academia and industry. The biennial IAVSD symposia have been held in internationally renowned locations. In 2015 the 24th Symposium of the International Association for Vehicle System Dynamics (IAVSD)

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Part 1 Road

chapter 2|10 pages

Component based modeling and validation of a steering system for a commercial vehicle

ByJ. Loof, I. Besselink & H. Nijmeijer

chapter 3|10 pages

Robust design of road vehicle suspensions using fuzzy methods

ByW. Schiehlen, M. Hanss & I. Iroz

chapter 5|11 pages

Influence of body stiffness on vehicle dynamics characteristics

ByO. Danielsson, A. González Cocaña, K. Ekström, M. Bayani Khaknejad, M. Klomp & R. Dekker

chapter 7|10 pages

A speed control race driver model with on-line driving trajectory planning

ByY. Koh, K. Yi, H. Her & K. Kim

chapter 11|8 pages

Optimal yaw-rate target for electric vehicle torque vectoring system

ByE.N. Smith, D. Tavernini, C. Claret, E. Velenis & D. Cao

chapter 12|10 pages

Effects of different excitation spectra on virtual suspension damper design

ByF. Klinger, J. Edelmann, M. Plöchl & S. Jeindl

chapter 13|12 pages

Farm tractor ride comfort assessment

ByM. Gobbi, G. Mastinu, M. Pennati & G. Previati

chapter 14|10 pages

A study of semi-active suspension with tuned mass damper

ByY. Zhuang, S. Nie & K. Guo

chapter 15|6 pages

Experimental implementation of a fault handling strategy for electric vehicles with individual-wheel drives

ByD. Wanner, M. Nybacka, O. Wallmark, L. Drugge & A. Stensson Trigell

chapter 16|8 pages

Front-to-rear torque vectoring Model Predictive Control for terminal understeer mitigation

ByE. Siampis, E. Velenis & S. Longo

chapter 17|7 pages

Stability of towed wheels in cornering manoeuvre

ByH. Sykora & D. Takács

chapter 18|12 pages

Stability investigation of car-trailer combinations depending on damper properties

ByN. Zhang, Z.J. Shao, H. Xiao & H. Winner

chapter 19|8 pages

Wave-based control for intelligent longitudinal traffic column

ByM. Valášek, Z. Neusser & T. Gordon

chapter 20|10 pages

Vehicle motion planning and control for autonomous driving intelligence system based on risk potential optimization framework

ByP. Raksincharoensak, T. Hasegawa, A. Yamasaki, H. Mouri & M. Nagai

chapter 21|10 pages

Autonomous vehicle controlled by safety path planner with collision risk estimation coupled with a non-linear MPC

ByS. Arrigoni, F. Cheli, S.S. Manazza, P. Gottardis, R. Happee, M. Arat & D. Kotiadis

chapter 22|10 pages

A study of motorcycle chatter vibration with multibody models of increasing complexity

ByL. Leonelli, N. Mancinelli & S. Sorrentino

chapter 24|8 pages

Experimental evaluation of collision avoidance system using state dependent Riccati equation technique

ByM. Alirezaei, S.T.H. Jansen & J.M. Janssen

chapter 25|6 pages

A novel approach for a collision avoiding lane change system in a dynamic traffic environment

ByS. Samiee, A. Eichberger, S. Azadi & R. Kazemi

chapter 27|10 pages

Multi-domain modelling of a new wheel rotational kinematics sensor

ByJ.P. Gray, J.R. Paldan & V.V. Vantsevich

chapter 28|10 pages

Study on automobile tire sensing by Quasi-Electrostatic Field technology

ByK. Kouno, K. Takiguchi, Y. Suda, S. Mizuno, Y. Kitagawa, S. Yamabe, N. Masaki & T. Hayashi

chapter 29|8 pages

Studying road roughness effect on rolling resistance using brush tyre model and self-affine fractal surfaces

ByK. Yoshimura, M.M. Davari, L. Drugge, J. Jerrelind & A. Stensson Trigell

chapter 30|6 pages

An autonomous safety system for road departure prevention based on combined path and sideslip control

ByY. Gao, T. Gordon, M. Lidberg & M. Klomp

chapter 31|10 pages

Accelerated evaluation of automated vehicles using extracted naturalistic driving data

ByD. Zhao, H. Peng, S. Bao, K. Nobukawa, D.J. LeBlanc & C.S. Pan

chapter 32|9 pages

Experimental evaluation of the controllability of interacting advanced driver assistance systems

ByO. Schädler, S. Müller & M. Gründl

chapter 33|10 pages

Extremum seeking control of a pneumatic braking system for heavy vehicles

ByG. Morrison & D. Cebon

chapter 34|10 pages

Path-dependent rollover prevention for critical truck maneuvers

ByK. Lundahl, C.F. Lee, E. Frisk & L. Nielsen

chapter 35|10 pages

Application of linear slosh theory on stability of the B-train combinations

ByI. Hazrati Ashtiani, A. Kolaei, M. Abedi & S. Rakheja

chapter 36|8 pages

Hardware-in-the-loop system for electro-pneumatic brake systems of commercial vehicles

ByF. Bauer, A. Lion, S. Litter & E. Topcˇagic´

chapter 37|9 pages

Combined effect of electronic stability control and active tilting control based on full-car nonlinear model

ByI. Youn, E. Youn, M.A. Khan, L. Wu & M. Tomizuka

chapter 38|10 pages

Integrated vehicle dynamic control using composite nonlinear feedback method for independent wheel drive electric vehicle

ByM.H.M. Ariff, H. Zamzuri, N.R.N. Idris & A.M.A. Mustafa

chapter 40|7 pages

Nonlinear analysis of actuator interventions using robust controlled invariant sets

ByP. Gáspár & B. Németh

chapter 41|10 pages

Experimental evaluation of unknown input observers for tire model parameter estimation

ByR. Tafner, M. Reichhartinger & M. Horn

chapter 42|10 pages

Identification of tire cornering stiffness in lane changes using Dual Kalman filter

ByS. Lee, K. Nakano, M. Ohori & R. Zheng

chapter 43|9 pages

Identification method of longitudinal tyre characteristics based on real road driving

ByA. Kerschbaumer, W. Hirschberg & D. Prezel

chapter 44|10 pages

An investigation into design and simulation strategies for the extension of vehicle dynamics linearity

ByA.U. Qazi, M. Blundell, G. Wood & G. Chrysakis

chapter 45|10 pages

Steering HILS system with multibody kinematics model considering suspension compliance steer

ByM. Tsushima, K. Morihara & T. Shiiba

chapter 46|10 pages

Analysis of vehicle dynamics and vibrations of a vehicle with a 2-cylinder engine

ByW. Reinalter, M. Mittermaier, T. Sato & A. Kobayashi

chapter 47|10 pages

Experimental validation of a non-linear first-order tyre dynamics approach

ByA. Hackl, W. Hirschberg, C. Lex & G. Rill

chapter 48|7 pages

Experimental study on velocity and temperature dependency of rubber-asphalt friction

ByJ. Kärkimaa & A.J. Tuononen

chapter 49|12 pages

Body attitude state estimation using wheel rolling speed variations and application in driving torque control

ByY. Liu, J. Hozumi, M. Morita & A. Higuchi

chapter 50|8 pages

Active brake force distribution for pitch angle minimisation

ByD. Tavernini, E. Velenis & F. Assadian

chapter 51|9 pages

Vehicle stability self-tuning control strategy based on joint criterion

ByZ. Yu, B. Leng, L. Xiong & Y. Feng

chapter 52|10 pages

Development of a road surface friction estimation for actual road

ByY. Shiozawa, P. Raksincharoensak & H. Mouri

chapter 53|10 pages

Identification of tyre characteristics using active force excitation

ByA. Albinsson, F. Bruzelius, B. Jacobson, T. Gustafsson & M. Jonasson

chapter 54|10 pages

Friction estimation at tyre–ground contact based on the Gough-plot for safe autonomous vehicles

ByG. Previati, M. Gobbi, G. Mastinu, S. Dell’Agostino, J. Edelmann & M. Plöchl

chapter 55|12 pages

Virtual brake software release

ByS. Angelis, A. Johnsson, M. Klomp, R. Hansson & D. Katzourakis

chapter 57|10 pages

Upright mounted pushrod: the effects on racecar handling dynamics

ByF.P. Marchesin, R.S. Barbosa, M.A.L. Alves, M. Gadola, D. Chindamo & C. Benini

chapter 58|10 pages

The significance of high-order dynamics in lap time simulations

ByR. Lot & N. Dal Bianco

chapter 59|10 pages

The unification of acceleration envelope and driveability concepts

ByI.G. Salisbury, D.J.N. Limebeer, A. Tremlett & M. Massaro

chapter 62|12 pages

Design and validation of the second generation of the ROboMObil’s Vehicle Dynamics Controller

ByR. de Castro, T. Bünte & J. Brembeck

chapter 63|9 pages

Wheel motion control using a hybrid actuator system

ByM. Ringdorfer & M. Horn

chapter 64|6 pages

Optimal control and construction design of variable-geometry suspension systems

ByB. Németh & P. Gáspár

chapter 66|10 pages

Robust handling performance against weight variation focused on transient region

ByT. Hosono, K. Takekoshi & T. Shiiba

chapter 67|10 pages

Stability analysis of the car-trailer system with a time-delayed tyre model

ByS. Beregi, D. Takács, G. Stépán & D.A.W. Barton

chapter 68|10 pages

Passive suspension incorporating inerters for reduction in road damage caused by heavy vehicles

ByJ.Z. Jiang, X. Liu, A.J. Harrison & X. Na

chapter 69|6 pages

Driving condition identification based on HHMM model – Application to the simulation of heavy duty vehicle

ByT. Zhu, A. Khajepour, C. Zong, L. Mai & H. Deng

chapter 70|10 pages

MPC-based framework for autonomous ground vehicles in a complex environment

ByS. Arrigoni & F. Cheli

chapter 71|12 pages

Integrated design and simulation of a direct drive, electric shuttle vehicle

ByL. Pugi, B. Allotta, M. Cipriani, M. Pratesi, A. Bartolomei & F. Grasso

chapter 72|9 pages

Comparative evaluation of energy efficiency of electrical vehicle powertrain configurations

ByJ. Tobolárˇ, R. de Castro, U. Bleck, C. Satzger, J. Brembeck & Y. Hirano

chapter 74|10 pages

Identification of a nonlinear full-vehicle model for semi-active damper controller synthesis

ByM. Fleps-Dezasse & J. Tobolar

chapter 75|10 pages

Model-based integrated control with vehicle states and parameters estimation

ByH. Lu, Y. Shi, F. Yu & D. He

chapter 77|10 pages

Analysis of the effect of tire inflation pressure on tire road interaction during braking

ByK. Höpping, K. Augsburg, K. Hutengs, G. Dherbomez, B. Wang, A. Victorino & A. Charara

chapter 78|10 pages

Physical tire model based on understanding of separate components of tire deformation

ByP. Sarkisov, G. Prokop, G. Gladov & S. Popov

chapter 79|10 pages

Analysing vehicle dynamics objective and subjective testing in winter conditions

ByG.L. Gil Gómez, E. Bakker, M. Nybacka & L. Drugge

chapter 80|10 pages

The importance of yaw motion feedback in driving simulators

ByA. Kusachov, F. Bruzelius & X. Xie

chapter 81|10 pages

A high fidelity driving feeling real-time dynamic steering system model

ByX. Guan, C. Duan, L. Zheng, J. Zhan, L. Tian & H. Bao

chapter 83|10 pages

Visualization of driver’s body motion by instantaneous screw axis and line of action

ByM. Hada, T. Yamaguchi & Y. Hattori

chapter 84|11 pages

An intelligent traction control for motorcycles

ByP. Urda, J.A. Cabrera, J.J. Castillo & A.J. Guerra

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Part 2 Rail

chapter 85|10 pages

Dynamic gauging assessment using multi-body simulation – investigation of the effect of the track & the operating conditions

ByJ. Causse, L. Pommier, S. Kraft, P. Dupont & F. Coudert

chapter 86|8 pages

Pneumatic anti-roll systems for railway secondary suspensions

ByN. Docquier & J.-F. Collard

chapter 90|8 pages

Comparison of wear prediction models for different contact conditions

ByC. Casanueva, R. Enblom & M. Berg

chapter 91|10 pages

Scenario based development of a wheel profile using numerical optimization

ByM. Alb, J. Zernig, H.-P. Kotz & W. Wang

chapter 92|10 pages

Development of self-contained active suspensions for railway vehicles

ByT.X. Mei, P. Wang, J.Y. Zhang & H. Li

chapter 93|10 pages

Mechatronic bogie for roller rig tests

ByJ. Kalivoda & P. Bauer

chapter 94|10 pages

Control development for the scaled experimental railway running gear of DLR

ByA. Heckmann, C. Schwarz, T. Bünte, A. Keck & J. Brembeck

chapter 95|8 pages

Research on aerodynamic experiment and dynamic performance of new developed V500 pantograph at 400 km/h or higher

ByG. Mei, J. Wang, C. Zhao, Y. Jiang, D. Zou, R. Li, Z. Chen, M. Chen, J. Li, D. Song, N. Zhou & W. Zhang

chapter 96|10 pages

Possible speed increase on soft catenary system with help of auxiliary pantograph

ByZ.D. Liu, P.-A. Jönsson, S. Stichel & A. Rønnquist

chapter 97|10 pages

Loss of stability in a nonsmooth model of dual-point rolling

ByM. Antali & G. Stépán

chapter 99|10 pages

Operational modal analysis of an overall carbody based on excitation due to electric transformer

ByH. Li, X. Wang, J.C. Zou, W. Xue & L.M. Zhang

chapter 100|8 pages

Multimodal reduction of flexural vibration in railway vehicle carbody using elastic torus

ByT. Tomioka, S. Tachikawa & Y. Akiyama

chapter 101|10 pages

Modelling of rubber components using estimated parameters

ByO. Polach

chapter 102|9 pages

Modelling issues in passenger draft gear connections

ByC. Cole, M. Spiryagin, Q. Wu & C. Bosomworth

chapter 103|10 pages

Study on modelling and control methods of air spring in railway vehicles

ByH.X. Gao, M.R. Chi, W.H. Zhang, M.H. Zhu, J. Zeng & P.B. Wu

chapter 104|10 pages

A wheel-rail creep force model considering normal stress and temperature dependent plasticity effects

ByA. Meierhofer, G. Müller, K. Six & P. Dietmaier

chapter 106|7 pages

Co-simulation of tilting trains in Simpack–Simulink

ByN. Kuka, C. Ariaudo & R. Verardi

chapter 108|7 pages

Advancements in three-piece freight bogies for increasing axle load up to 27 t

ByA.M. Orlova, A.V. Saidova, E.A. Rudakova, A.N. Komarova & A.V. Gusev

chapter 110|9 pages

Railway bogie stability control from secondary yaw actuators

ByR.M. Goodall, C.P. Ward, D. Prandi & S. Bruni

chapter 111|9 pages

Modelling of a passive hydraulic steering for locomotives

ByT.P. Löwe, P.S. Els & C. Kat

chapter 112|8 pages

Dynamic model of the track-railway vehicle interaction on curves

ByJ. Martínez-Casas, L. Baeza, E. Di Gialleonardo & S. Bruni

chapter 113|10 pages

Analysis of high speed rotating flexible wheelset-flexible track coupled dynamics

ByZ. Lu, Z. Yang, W. Liu & B. Zhang

chapter 115|7 pages

Characterization of the evolution of the train dynamic response under the effect of track irregularities

ByN. Lestoille, C. Soize & C. Funfschilling

chapter 116|10 pages

Development of track condition monitoring system for conventional railways

ByH. Tsunashima, H. Mori, M. Ogino, S. Azami & A. Asano

chapter 117|10 pages

A stochastic model of the railway track geometry

ByA.M. Panunzio, G. Puel, R. Cottereau & X. Quost

chapter 118|10 pages

An approach for the classification of track geometry defects

ByS. Kraft, J. Causse & F. Coudert

chapter 119|9 pages

An application of the interactive multiple model to the measurement of wheel-rail contact forces

ByS. Bionda, E. Di Gialleonardo, G. Cazzulani & F. Braghin

chapter 121|10 pages

Impact of wheel shape on the vertical damage of cast crossing panels in turnouts

ByY. Bezin, I. Grossoni & S. Neves

chapter 122|12 pages

Improvement of train-track interaction in transition zones via reduction of ballast damage

ByH. Wang, V.L. Markine, R.P.B.J. Dollevoet & I.Y. Shevtsov

chapter 123|9 pages

Sensitivity analysis: Main parameters causing wear and rolling contact fatigue in wheel-rail contact

ByC. Marte, G. Trummer, A. Aichmayr, P. Dietmaier & K. Six

chapter 124|6 pages

A multi-scale modelling strategy to model the rail rolling contact fatigue

ByC. Funfschilling & M.L. Nguyen-Tajan

chapter 126|10 pages

Coupled simulation of vehicle dynamics and aerodynamics

ByM. Hidai, K. Goda, K. Iwasaki & T. Watanabe

chapter 127|10 pages

Experimental-numerical evaluation of crosswind effect on high-speed freight train and its payload

ByE. Di Gialleonardo, S. Melzi, G. Tomasini & F. Resta

chapter 128|5 pages

Study on application of big data analytics of running records in railway systems

ByS. Lin, K. Kimoto, Y. Suda, A. Iwamoto, T. Saito, K. Yano, M. Mizuno, M. Tanimoto & K. Nagasawa

chapter 129|8 pages

Temporal subtraction processing of derailment coefficient collected with the monitoring bogie

ByY. Michitsuji, A. Matsumoto, Y. Sato, H. Ohno, H. Mori, A. Iwamoto, T. Fukushima, K. Yano, D. Shinagawa, M. Tanimoto & K. Nagasawa

chapter 130|10 pages

Robustness and performance investigation of railway weigh in motion algorithms respect to parametric and random uncertainties

ByP. D’Adamio, L. Pugi, E. Meli, A. Innocenti, L. Marini & A. Rindi

chapter 131|10 pages

Simulation approach for wheel wear of locomotives under winter conditions

ByS. Urban, M. Beitelschmidt & B. Peters

chapter 132|12 pages

Rail corrugation growth in curves – friction management as a sustainable solution

ByM. Beck, R. Stock & B. Temple

chapter 134|8 pages

Study on curving performance of heavy haul train under braking condition

ByL. Yang, S. Luo, Q. Wu & M. Fu

chapter 136|11 pages

Adaptive algorithm of active railway safety system for smooth and precise braking

ByM. Gorobetz, A. Potapovs & A. Levchenkov

chapter 137|9 pages

Vertical dynamic vehicle–track interaction in a railway crossing predicted by moving Green’s functions

ByX. Li, P.T. Torstensson & J.C.O. Nielsen

chapter 138|8 pages

Heavy point frog performance under passenger vehicles

ByA.M. Rakoczy, X. Shu, D.D. Davis, D. Li & A. Tajaddini

chapter 139|10 pages

Dynamic finite element model-impact force and contact pressure for measured geometries of fixed crossings

ByM. Pletz, U. Ossberger, H. Ossberger & W. Daves

chapter 140|8 pages

Towards realistic load assumption of bogie equipment

ByC. Wesseler & S. Schneider

chapter 141|12 pages

Calculation of moving Green functions for high-speed railway tracks

ByX. Sheng & X. Xiao

chapter 142|10 pages

Adaptation of the semi-Hertzian method to wheel/rail contact in turnouts

ByM. Sebès, H. Chollet, E. Monteiro, M. Laurent & C. Muller

chapter 143|9 pages

An alternative to FASTSIM for tangential solution of the wheel-rail contact

ByM.Sh. Sichani, R. Enblom & M. Berg

chapter 147|7 pages

Methodology for optimisation of draft gear design using Particle Swarm Optimisation

ByQ. Wu, C. Cole & M. Spiryagin

chapter 148|8 pages

Modelling and simulation of trams bogies with fully independently rotating wheels

ByA. Chudzikiewicz & B. Sowinski

chapter 149|16 pages

A new kind of tramcar based on virtual tracks and its dynamic performances

ByP. Han, W. Zhang & C. Yang

chapter 150|10 pages

A novel modular measurement system for the development of light rail vehicles

ByC. Telke, V. Quarz, M. Beitelschmidt & A. Schulz

chapter 151|10 pages

Development of a new running gear for the Spectrum intermodal vehicle

ByP. Shackleton, Y. Bezin, D. Crosbee, P. Molyneux-Berry & A. Kaushal

chapter 154|7 pages

Energy efficiency of freight wagons and influence of their oscillations on rolling resistance

ByYu.P. Boronenko, A.N. Komarova & Yu.S. Romen

chapter 155|6 pages

Study on dynamics of lightweight railway vehicle with different coefficients of friction in wet condition

ByS. Lin, Y. Takino, Y. Suda, M. Hashimoto, D. Nakano, A. Tanimoto & M. Kageyama

chapter 156|8 pages

Damping characterization of a high speed train catenary

ByO. Vo Van, E. Balmes & X. Lorang

chapter 157|10 pages

Dynamic stress prediction in catenary wires for fatigue analysis

ByJ.P. Bianchi, E. Balmes & M.-L. Nguyen-Tajan

chapter 158|7 pages

Finite element study of wheel-rail conformal rolling contact

ByJ. Blanco-Lorenzo, J. Santamaria, E.G. Vadillo & N. Correa

chapter 159|8 pages

Study on dynamic derailment criteria for high speed train

ByX. Mao & G. Shen

chapter 160|10 pages

Investigation on wheel/rail dynamic interaction in heavy-haul railway line with hanging sleepers

ByD.W. Zhang, W.M. Zhai, K.Y. Wang & P.F. Liu

chapter 161|6 pages

Train-overturned derailments due to excessive speed – Analysis and countermeasures

ByA. Matsumoto, Y. Michitsuji & K. Tanifuji

chapter 163|10 pages

Effects of wheelset flexibility on the simulation of vehicle-track interaction at crossings

ByC. Shen, Z. Wei, N. Burgelman, R. Dollevoet & Z. Li

chapter 164|8 pages

Derailment simulation on a passenger train at level crossing due to lateral collision with a heavy road vehicle

ByY.Q. Sun, C. Cole, M. Spiryagin, M. Dhanasekar & D.P. Thambiratnam

chapter 165|9 pages

Study on improved sign detection system of flange-climb derailment with real-scale experiment

ByM. Sakamoto, S.-P. Lin, Y. Suda, M. Kageyama, S. Koga, T. Kunimi & T. Kawanabe

chapter 166|8 pages

Analysis approach of turnout crossing performance by field measurements and finite element modeling

ByL. Xin, V.L. Markine & I.Y. Shevtsov

chapter 167|9 pages

Performance study of a double crossover for facing and trailing directions

ByX. Liu, V.L. Markine & I.Y. Shevtsov

chapter 168|12 pages

Rail surface crack initiation analysis using multi-scale coupling approach

ByY. Ma, V.L. Markine & A.A. Mashal