Main Article Content

Eugene Aleksandrov
Tetiana Aleksandrova
Yaroslav Morgun


The impact of enforced oscillations of the free surface of fuel in the car tank on the stability area of a closed digital brake force distribution system is considered. The object of the study is the process of stabilized movement of the tanker during the emergency braking. The subject of the study is a large tanker with a gross weight (3-3.5) *104 kg, equipped with a tank with a volume of (17-20) m3 and a system of direction stability. The goal of the work is investigation of the impact of transported fuel fluctuations on the stability of the refueling vehicle during the emergency braking and introducing of methods for selecting values of variable parameters of the electronic brake force distribution system to minimize it. Conclusion. Considering the oscillations of the free surface of the liquid in the mathematical model of disturbed movement of a closed system of stability significantly reduces the stability area of the system in the low frequency range due to the loop, the size and position of which depend on the filling level of the tank. Need to choose an envelope loop that according to different levels of tank filling.

Article Details

How to Cite
Aleksandrov, E., Aleksandrova, T., & Morgun, Y. (2021). ABOUT STABILITY OF THE MOVEMENT OF THE REFUELING VEHICLE EQUIPED WITH DIGITAL SYSTEM OF BRAKE FORCES DISTRIBUTION DURING THE EMERGENCY BRAKING. Advanced Information Systems, 5(3), 59–65. https://doi.org/10.20998/2522-9052.2021.3.08
Information systems research
Author Biographies

Eugene Aleksandrov, Kharkiv National Automobile and Highway University, Kharkiv, Ukraine;

Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Professor of automobiles Department

Tetiana Aleksandrova, National Technical University «Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute», Kharkiv, Ukraine

Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor Department of Systems Analysis and Information-Analytical Technologies

Yaroslav Morgun, National Technical University «Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute», Kharkiv, Ukraine

graduate student Department of Systems Analysis and Information-Analytical Technologies


Tavernini, D., Velenis, E. and Longo S. (2017), “Feedback brake distribution control for minimum pitch”, Vehicle System Dynamics, Vol. 55, No. 6, pp. 902-923.

Fujimoto, H. and Narada, S. (2015), “Model-Based Range Extension Control System for Electric Vehicles Witch Front and Rear Driving – Braking Force Distribution”, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, Vol. 62, No. 5, pp. 3245-3254.

Gong, X., Qian, L., Ge, W. and Yan, J. (2020), “Research on Electronic Brake Force Distribution and Anti-Lock Brake of Based on Direct Drive Electro Hydraulic Actuator”, Int. Journal of automotive Engineering, Vol. 11, No. 2, pp. 22-29.

Tavernini, D., Velenis, E. and Longo, S. (2015), “Model-Based Active Brake Force Distribution for Pitch Angle Minimization”, IEEE 54-th Conference on Decision and Control, December 15-18, Osaka, Japan, pp. 197-202.

Nakamura, E., Soga, M., Sacai, A., Otomo, A. and Kobayashi, T. (2002), “Development of Electronically Controlled Brake System for Hybrid Vehicle”, SAE 2002 World Congress, Detroit, Michigan, March 4-7, printed in USA, 6 p.

Park, G. and Coi, S.B. (2016), “Optimal Brake Distribution for Electronic Stability Control Using Weighted Least Square Allocation Method”, 16 International Conference on Control Automation and Systems (ICCAS 2016), Oct. 16-19, 2016 in HICO, Gyeongju, Korea, pp. 1420-1425.

Wu, Xinyu (2015), “Control Strategy and Algorithm Study on Light Vehicle Electronic Mechanical Braking System”, 5-th International Conference on Education, Management, Information and Medicine (EMJM 2015), pp. 1453-1458.

Her, H., Cho, W. and Yi, K. (2011), “Vehicle Stability Control Using Individual Brake Force Based on Tire Force Information”, 14-th International IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems, Washington, USA, October 5-7, pp. 22-29.

Vysotsky, M.S., Pleskachevsky, Yu.M., Shimanovsky, A.O. and Kuznetsova M.G. (2012), “Ensuring the traffic safety of tankers based on optimization of the body structure”, Mechanics of machines, mechanisms and materials, No. 3 (20) - 4 (21), pp. 142-148.

Shimanovsky, A.O. (2009), “Constructive solutions to ensure the safety of the movement of tanks (review)”, Problems of mechanical engineering and automation, no. 1, pp. 44-59.

Alexandrov, E.E., Volontsevich, D.O., Kononenko, V.A. and Podrigalo, M.A. (2007), Improving the stability and controllability of wheeled vehicles in braking modes, NTU "KhPI", Kharkiv, 320 p.

Alexandrov, E.E., Alexandrova, T.E. and Ovcharenko Yu.Ye. (2019), Improving the technical and ergonomic characteristics of mobile military objects, KhNADU, Kharkiv, 176 p.

Alexandrov, Ye., Alexandrova, T. and Morhun, Ya. (2019), “Parametric Synthesis of the Electronic Control Unit of the Course Stability System of the Car”, Eastern-European Journal of Enterprise Technologies, No. 6/9(102), pp. 39-45.

Alexandrov, Ye., Alexandrova, T., Kostianyk, I. and Morhun, Ya. (2020), “Parametric Synthesis a Non-Stationary Automatic Control System of the Course Stability of the Car”, Advanced Information Systems, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 51-59, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.20998/2522-9052.2020.2.10

Kozhushko, A.P. and Grigor'ev, O.L. (2018), “Mathematical modeling of low-frequency kolivan in a viscous line in a horizontal unit with a vertical surface”, Bulletin of NTU “KhPI”. Series: mathematical modeling in technical and technology, No. 3 (1271), pp. 41-51.

Igdalov, I.M., Kuchma, L.D., Polyakov, N.V. and Sheptunб Y.D. (2010), Dynamic missile design, DNU ,. Dnepropetrovsk, 264 p.