X Conferencia Internacional de Ingeniería Mecánica "COMEC 2019" -V Simposio de Diseño e Ingeniería asistida por computadora, Biomecánica y Mecatrónica

X Conferencia Internacional de Ingeniería Mecánica

COMEC 2019

V Simposio de Diseño e Ingeniería asistida por computadora, Biomecánica y Mecatrónica

Development of a steering and braking system or automated cargo-bikes

Resumen [ES]

To relieve busy urban areas of automobile traffic and exhaust emissions, bike sharing systems are increasingly being implemented. In order to expand the limited transport capacity of a bicycle, cargo bikes are used for private transport in the narrow urban area. The problem is often the availability of a cargo bike at a determined time. The limited number and possibly inhomogeneous distribution in the urban area reduces availability of the cargo bikes. To increase the acceptance of the system, the goal must therefore be to significantly increase the availability at all locations in the urban area. So far, the consumer had to get to the means of transport, now the cargo bike should autonomously navigate to the user and maneuver. This article focuses on the actuators and their modeling as an elementary part of the overall system to enable the automated journey of a cargo bike. There are currently no off-the-shelf components available for braking and steering. The steering and braking system must be able to be controlled separately from each other by humans or automatically, in order to allow manual and automatic operation. For brake and steerina suitable concept is developed, a simulation model is built and evaluated. In addition, the steering mechanism is evaluated with measured values on the real test vehicle.

Resumen [EN]

To relieve busy urban areas of automobile traffic and exhaust emissions, bike sharing systems are increasingly being implemented. In order to expand the limited transport capacity of a bicycle, cargo bikes are used for private transport in the narrow urban area. The problem is often the availability of a cargo bike at a determined time. The limited number and possibly inhomogeneous distribution in the urban area reduces availability of the cargo bikes. To increase the acceptance of the system, the goal must therefore be to significantly increase the availability at all locations in the urban area. So far, the consumer had to get to the means of transport, now the cargo bike should autonomously navigate to the user and maneuver. This article focuses on the actuators and their modeling as an elementary part of the overall system to enable the automated journey of a cargo bike. There are currently no off-the-shelf components available for braking and steering. The steering and braking system must be able to be controlled separately from each other by humans or automatically, in order to allow manual and automatic operation. For brake and steerina suitable concept is developed, a simulation model is built and evaluated. In addition, the steering mechanism is evaluated with measured values on the real test vehicle.

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Lars Junge

Lars Junge

Otto-von-Guericke-University, Institute of Mobile Systems, Magdeburg, Germany Flag of Cuba
Información Práctica
Ponencia
English (US)
No definido
15 minutos
No definido
Autores
Lars Junge
Michael Schmidt
Sebastian Zug
Stephan schmidt
Palabras clave
autonomous, automated, bike, cargo-bike, steering, brake