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ISO - 11010-1

Passenger cars — Simulation model classification — Part 1: Vehicle dynamics

active, Most Current
Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 April 2022
Status: active
Page Count: 40
ICS Code (Passenger cars. Caravans and light trailers): 43.100
scope:

A systematic framework has been created that facilitates the definition of the requirements of simulation models for certain applications and driving manoeuvres in a standardized manner.

For this purpose, the proposed framework systematically divides the vehicle model into model classes and all model classes into different model types, corresponding to various model characteristics and common modelling methods. The vehicle dynamics manoeuvres have been additionally structured and clustered. Manoeuvres can be assigned to model classes and model types using an allocation and requirements table. This document thus also creates the basis for model recommendations relevant to vehicle dynamics with regard to advanced driver assistance systems and automated driving (ADAS/AD).

The application of the framework and the specification of the model requirements are the responsibility of the user. Alternatively, they may be determined by other regulations and standards. This document contains recommendations for selectable model characteristics in terms of adequate simulation quality with respect to performance tests and associated application patterns. The recommendations can be adapted accordingly to be applied to functional testing.

Document History

11010-1
April 1, 2022
Passenger cars — Simulation model classification — Part 1: Vehicle dynamics
A systematic framework has been created that facilitates the definition of the requirements of simulation models for certain applications and driving manoeuvres in a standardized manner. For this...

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