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The application of ‘Target Cascading’ in the product development process is well known to be effective in various industry fields, and it is a methodology that is already actively applied in various form in the field of vehicle R&H performance development. This paper proposes a model-based vehicle performance benchmarking methodology and a technology for setting system characteristics to achieve handling performance objectives as a means of utilization for this. Rather than introducing already well-known target deployment techniques, a process is proposed for practical use in the vehicle development phase through the development of interfaces between low-degrees of freedom vehicle model and optimization SW. The methodology presented in this study is expected to be available in a timely manner as a practical vehicle performance development tool.

Hyundai Motor Company: Jinhee Lee, Changsu Kim; Pidotech Inc.: Byunglyul Choi

Proposal of CAT Model Based Benchmarking and System Characteristic Optimization Method for Developing Vehicle Handling Performance

APAC-21-114 • Paper

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