Predefined vehicle dynamics maneuver
By default, MOSES supports a wide range of standardized driving maneuvers (ISO, DIN, NHTSA, ...). Once these are selected, the preconfigured settings for numerous parameters (scanning rate, channel selection, trigger conditions, measurement time, etc.) are loaded automatically.
These standard settings can be modified as necessary, and custom parameterizations can be configured. You therefore retain maximum flexibility.
In addition to the characteristic vehicle dynamics values to be recorded, the description of the individual maneuvers also contains the required trigger conditions, the validity criteria and the assignment to online and offline screens that supply information about the test to the driver during and immediately after the maneuver.
|Open measurement (FM)||Empty template for creating customer maneuvers.|
|Static circular driving (SK),
(SF) / (ISO 4138)
|Circular driving with a constant radius (R = 40 m or 100 m) or constant steering angle.|
|Yaw amplification (GV)||Tracking of the yaw amplification at various driving speeds. Measurement with sinusoidal and low-frequency steering at every driving speed.|
|Steering angle jump (LS) /
|Sudden steering out of straight travel into a curve.|
|Frequency response (FG),
(FL) / (ISO 7401)
|Sinusoidal steering with constant steering wheel angle amplitude at constant speed in the frequency range 0 to 5 Hz.|
|ISO lane change (IS) /
|Driving through the cone lanes (double lane change).|
|Starting (AB)||Accelerating from a stop.|
Brake engagement (BA)
|Braking from 100 km/h at various decelerations.|
|Accelerator release on a curve
(GW) / (ISO 9816)
|Load change reaction when releasing the accelerator on a curve.|
|Burst acceleration on a curve (GS)||Load change reaction when engaging the accelerator on a curve.|
|Braking on a curve
(BK) / (ISO 7975)
|Load change reaction when braking on a curve.|
|Side wind (SW) (ISO 12021-1)||Driving past side wind fans at constant speed.|
|Steering engagement (ZU)||Steering out of straight travel with constant steering speed.|
|Braking distance (BR)||Full braking (all 4 wheels in control range) until the vehicle comes to a stop.|
|Steering impulse (LI)||Rapid steering in and back from straight travel (500 °/s). Steering machine required!|
|μ-split braking (US) / (ISO 14512)||Full braking (all 4 wheels in control range) on a track with low friction coefficient on one side.|
|μ-low friction coefficient (RH),
|ABS-controlled full braking (determination of the maximum possible deceleration).|
|Steering release (LR)||Releasing of the steering wheel while driving in a circle of constant radius at various lateral accelerations.|
|Steering swing (LG)
(LP) / (ISO 17288)
|During constant travel, either straight or in a circle, the steering wheel is turned briefly.|
|Weave test (WV) / (ISO 13674-1)||Sinusoidal steering with a steering frequency of 0.2 Hz at a lateral acceleration of 2 m/s².|
Steering return (RF)
|At a stop or while rolling, the steering wheel is slowly turned to the left stop and then the right stop, then steered back over the center.|
|Steering ratio (IL), (IA)||Measurement with the vehicle on a steering test bench.
The steering wheel is slowly turned to the left stop and then the right stop, then steered back over the center. The angle-proportional wheel angle signals from a test bench must also be measured! Online sensor drift monitoring.
|Slalom (SL)||Driving through a line of cones (slalom).|
|VDA test (VD) / (ISO 3888-2)||Driving through the cone lanes (double lane change).|
|NHTSA steering engagement (NZ)||Steering out of straight travel with constant steering speed.
Pre-test for other NHTSA maneuvers.
|Cons. union test (CU)||Driving through the cone lanes (double lane change), as specified by the NHTSA.|
|NHTSA fishhook (FH)||Performance of the test as specified by the NHTSA. Steering machine required!|
|NHTSA J-turn (JT)||Performance of the test as specified by the NHTSA. Steering machine required!|
|Sine with dwell (SD)||Performance of the test as specified by the NHTSA. Steering machine required!|
|ADAC test (AD)||Driving through the cone lanes (double lane change).|
|Braking from a curve at various decelerations from high speeds.|
|Trailer stability (VK) / (ISO 9815)||Investigation of the rocking motion while pulling a trailer. Stimulation through introduction of a steering impulse.|
|Uplift (AT)||Constant travel at various speeds.
The axle spring deflection caused by aerodynamic effects is measured.
|Suspension travel calibration (FW)||Measurement with the vehicle on a dynamic driving test bench to calibrate built-in suspension travel sensors. The distance-proportional signals of the hydraulic piston must also be measured
by a test bench.
The list of maneuvers is constantly updated and can be flexibly expanded to include customer-specific maneuvers.