Intelligent Correction of Shift Schedule for Dual Clutch Transmissions Based on Different Driving Conditions
This paper focuses on intelligent correction of shift schedule for dual clutch transmissions based on different driving conditions. The problem of standard shift schedule has been presented, and the strategy has also been proposed to avoid shift hunting and unexpected shift. The driver’s intention and driving environment have been unified recognized as different driving conditions. A fuzzy logic technology has been used in driver’s attention recognition based on the throttle opening and its derivative. The standard shift schedule has been intelligently corrected at different driving condition separately. An algorithm based on correction coefficient of throttle opening and vehicle speed is proposed for intelligent correction. The corrected shift schedule can be directly used in real time shift control with suitable correction coefficient.
Dongye Sun, Wen-Pei Sung and Ran Chen
Y. G. Liu et al., "Intelligent Correction of Shift Schedule for Dual Clutch Transmissions Based on Different Driving Conditions", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 121-126, pp. 3982-3987, 2012