Technical Review: Indirect Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems and Tire Vibrations

Indirect tire pressure monitoring systems have been an active area of research for the past 2 decades

Adnan Muhammad

2019

Scholarcy highlights

  • Indirect tire pressure monitoring systems have been an active area of research for the past 2 decades
  • These models range from physics-based analytical models to finite element models
  • A detailed literature survey of ITPMSs and tire vibration models reveals that there is no correlation between the vibrations detected in the speed signal and the vibrations predicted in the tire vibration models
  • Researchers have developed tire vibration models that do not take into consideration the effects of vibrations on the speed signal; to the best of our knowledge, signal processing and estimation experts who have developed methods for ITPMSs have not validated the true source of observed vibrations in the speed signal and could not present a viable theoretical explanation
  • Tire vibration models are presented in detail, and possible links between vibration models and ITPMS vibrations are sorted
  • Tire vibration models are presented in detail, and possible links between vibration models and Indirect tire pressure monitoring systems vibrations are sorted

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