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TEST REPORT: BRAKES
UNECE Regulation 13H to Supplement 14

REPORT/JOB NUMBER:

VSQ320265

TEST DETAILS
Location of Test
Date of Test
VCA Representative(s)
Manufacturers Representative(s)
Reason for Test

Hyundai R&D Centre, Namyang, South Korea


09-27 March 2015
Richard Pegg
Mr Song
New approval

MANUFACTURER DETAILS
Manufacturers Name
Manufacturers Address
Model Type & description
Category
CONCLUSION

Hyundai Motor Company


12, Heolleung-ro, Seocho-gu,
Seoul, Korea
Hyundai TL, TLE & TL(G)
M1
The above mentioned vehicle/component was tested in
accordance with UNECE Regulation 13H supplement 14 and
was found to comply in all respects.
Signature:
Name:
Position:
Date:

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Richard Pegg
Type Approval Engineer
27 MARCH 2015

SUBJECT
Dynamic test data*
Brake distribution test data*
ABS test data*
Complex electronic functions test data*
Pedal effort to line pressure curve*
ESC/BAS test data*
Low mu surface data*

*Strike out those which do not apply

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TEST REPORT: BRAKES


UNECE Regulation 13H supplement 14

TEST SPECIFICATION AND WORST CASE RATIONALE:


Test to Cover Hyundai TL, TLE and TL(G)
Test Type-0, 1 : EU 2 Spec as 2 rear pad materials. / Gen 1 Spec
Parking : EU 2 Spec.(DIH HAND, EPB) / Gen. 3 Spec. (DIH HAND, FOOT, EPB to test)
ABS, BAS, ESS : 1 Spec.
1. Dynamic brake tests performed on TLE LHD with SANGSIN SBK 6361A fitted on front
axle and SAERON, SAC LS71AH fitted on rear service and park brakes.
2. Dynamic brake tests performed on TL(G) with KOREA BERAL, KBP3137F on front service
brake, SAERON, SAC6320A FF on rear service brake and SAERON, SAC L9215D fitted
to park brake.
3. Dynamic brake tests performed TLE With KOREA BERAL KBP 2060AA for rear service
and SANGSIN SBK7433B fitted to rear park brake

Tests required:
Statics
Dynamics
ABS
Complex electrical functions
ESC
BAS
Regenerative braking
Emergency stop signal
VEHICLE SPECIFICATION (as specified in agreed worse case rationale): Hyundai TL(G)
VEHICLE:
ENGINE/MOTOR TYPE:
TRANSMISSION:
FINAL DRIVE RATIO:
FRONT AXLE TYRES:
- SIZE/MAKE/TYPE
- PRESSURE
- ROLLING RADIUS
- TREAD DEPTH
REAR AXLE TYRES:
- SIZE/MAKE/TYPE
- PRESSURE
- ROLLING RADIUS
- TREAD DEPTH
TEMPORARY SPARE TYRE
- SIZE/MAKE/TYPE
- PRESSURE
- ROLLING RADIUS
- TREAD DEPTH
RUN-FLAT TYRES
- SIZE/MAKE/TYPE
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Hyundai TLG LHD KM8J3CA22FU000222


1.6 Turbo Ltr Petrol 4WD
7 Speed Automatic Gearbox
3.579-4.857
HANKOOK 215/70R16 100H
240 kpa
340
New
HANKOOK 215/70R16 100H
240 kpa
340
New
T155/90D16 MAXIS

Not Applicable
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- PRESSURE
- ROLLING RADIUS
- TREAD DEPTH
BRAKE SYSTEM:
- TRANSMISSION/CONTROL
- FRONT AXLE
- FRONT AXLE LININGS
- FRONT DISC/DRUM ID
- REAR AXLE
- REAR AXLE LININGS
- REAR DISC/DRUM ID
- PARK BRAKE
- PARK BRAKE LININGS
- SPLIT
- BRAKE DISTRIBUTION
- ABS/ESC/BAS MAKE & TYPE
- LIST OF COMPLEX FUNCTIONS
- BOOSTER
- MASTER CYLINDER

Not Applicable
Not Applicable
Not Applicable

Front and Rear Discs hydraulically operated by duel cross


system
KOREA BERAL, KBP3137F
Vented Disc 300mm diameter, 25mm width
SAERON, SAC6320A FF
Solid Disc 300mm diameter, 10mm width
Mechanical, foot controlled, top hat inside disc
SAERON, SAC L9215D
Un-failed Split circuit of service brake acts as secondary
brake
ESC 58920-D3100 (LHD)
Size 10.5" Ratio:9.5. Jump in:80Kgf
Size: Diameter 22.22mm stroke 45mm

VEHICLE SPECIFICATION (as specified in agreed worse case rationale): Hyundai TLE LHD
VEHICLE:
ENGINE/MOTOR TYPE:
TRANSMISSION:
FINAL DRIVE RATIO:
FRONT AXLE TYRES:
- SIZE/MAKE/TYPE
- PRESSURE
- ROLLING RADIUS
- TREAD DEPTH
REAR AXLE TYRES:
- SIZE/MAKE/TYPE
- PRESSURE
- ROLLING RADIUS
- TREAD DEPTH
TEMPORARY SPARE TYRE
- SIZE/MAKE/TYPE
- PRESSURE
- ROLLING RADIUS
- TREAD DEPTH
RUN-FLAT TYRES
- SIZE/MAKE/TYPE
- PRESSURE
- ROLLING RADIUS
- TREAD DEPTH

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Hyundai TLE LHD TMAJ3813DG000103


2.0 Ltr Petrol 4WD
6 Speed Automatic Gearbox
3.648
HANKOOK 225/60R17 99H
240 kpa
339
New
HANKOOK 225/60R17 99H
240 kpa
339
New
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
Not Applicable

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BRAKE SYSTEM:
- TRANSMISSION/CONTROL
- FRONT AXLE
- FRONT AXLE LININGS
- FRONT DISC/DRUM ID
- REAR AXLE
- REAR AXLE LININGS
- REAR DISC/DRUM ID
- PARK BRAKE
- PARK BRAKE LININGS
- SPLIT
- BRAKE DISTRIBUTION
- ABS/ESC/BAS MAKE & TYPE
- LIST OF COMPLEX FUNCTIONS
- BOOSTER
- MASTER CYLINDER

Front and Rear Discs hydraulically operated by duel cross


system
SANGSIN SBK 6361A
Vented Disc 300mm diameter, 25mm width
SAERON, SAC LS71AH
Solid Disc 300mm diameter, 10mm width
Electric park brake via rear calliper
SAERON, SAC LS71AH
Un-failed Split circuit of service brake acts as secondary
brake
ESC MoCi: 58920-D7200(LHD)
Size 10.5" Ratio:9.0. Jump in:60Kgf (GSL/DSL)
Size: Diameter 22.22mm stroke 45mm

VEHICLE SPECIFICATION (as specified in agreed worse case rationale): Hyundai TLE LHD with
alternative rear park brake material.
VEHICLE:
ENGINE/MOTOR TYPE:
TRANSMISSION:
FINAL DRIVE RATIO:
FRONT AXLE TYRES:
- SIZE/MAKE/TYPE
- PRESSURE
- ROLLING RADIUS
- TREAD DEPTH
REAR AXLE TYRES:
- SIZE/MAKE/TYPE
- PRESSURE
- ROLLING RADIUS
- TREAD DEPTH
TEMPORARY SPARE TYRE
- SIZE/MAKE/TYPE
- PRESSURE
- ROLLING RADIUS
- TREAD DEPTH
RUN-FLAT TYRES
- SIZE/MAKE/TYPE
- PRESSURE
- ROLLING RADIUS
- TREAD DEPTH

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Hyundai TLE LHD KMHJ581AAE1P98125


2.0 Ltr Diesel 4WD
6 Speed Manual Gearbox
2.379
HANKOOK 215/70R16 100H
240 kpa
340
New
HANKOOK 215/70R16 100H
240 kpa
340
New
T155/90D16 MAXIS
420 kpA
New
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
Not Applicable

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BRAKE SYSTEM:
- TRANSMISSION/CONTROL
- FRONT AXLE
- FRONT AXLE LININGS
- FRONT DISC/DRUM ID
- REAR AXLE
- REAR AXLE LININGS
- REAR DISC/DRUM ID
- PARK BRAKE
- PARK BRAKE LININGS
- SPLIT
- BRAKE DISTRIBUTION
- ABS/ESC/BAS MAKE & TYPE
- LIST OF COMPLEX FUNCTIONS
- BOOSTER
- MASTER CYLINDER

Front and Rear Discs hydraulically operated by duel cross system


SANGSIN SBK 6361A
Vented Disc 300mm diameter, 25mm width
KOREA BERAL KBP 2060AA
Solid Disc 305mm diameter, 10mm width
Mechanical Hand Lever
SANGSIN SBK7433B
Unfailed Split circuit of service brake acts as secondary brake
ESC: 58920-D7100(LHD)
Size 10.5" Ratio:9.0. Jump in:60Kgf (GSL/DSL)
Size: Diameter 22.22mm stroke 45mm

VEHICLE SPECIFICATION (as specified in agreed worse case rationale): Hyundai TL(G) for
ABS ONLY additional functional ABS tests
VEHICLE:
ENGINE/MOTOR TYPE:
TRANSMISSION:
FINAL DRIVE RATIO:
FRONT AXLE TYRES:
- SIZE/MAKE/TYPE
- PRESSURE
- ROLLING RADIUS
- TREAD DEPTH
REAR AXLE TYRES:
- SIZE/MAKE/TYPE
- PRESSURE
- ROLLING RADIUS
- TREAD DEPTH

Hyundai TLG LHD


2.0 Ltr Petrol 4WD
6 Speed Manual Gearbox
3.579-4.857

Unladen Weight
Laden Weight

Axle 1=968 kg Axle 2=754 kg total 1722kg


Axle 1=1139 kg axle 2- 1123 kg total= 2262 kg

BRAKE SYSTEM:
- TRANSMISSION/CONTROL
- FRONT AXLE
- FRONT AXLE LININGS
- FRONT DISC/DRUM ID
- REAR AXLE
- REAR AXLE LININGS
- REAR DISC/DRUM ID
- PARK BRAKE

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HANKOOK 215/70R16 100H


240 kpa
340
New
HANKOOK 215/70R16 100H
240 kpa
340
New

Front and Rear Discs hydraulically operated by duel cross


system
KOREA BERAL, KBP3137F
Vented Disc 300mm diameter, 25mm width
SAERON, SAC6320A FF
Solid Disc 300mm diameter, 10mm width
Mechanical, foot controlled, top hat inside disc

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- PARK BRAKE LININGS


- SPLIT
- BRAKE DISTRIBUTION
- ABS/ESC/BAS MAKE & TYPE
- LIST OF COMPLEX FUNCTIONS
- BOOSTER
- MASTER CYLINDER

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SAERON, SAC L9215D


Un-failed Split circuit of service brake acts as secondary
brake
ABS:58920-D7000(LHD)
Size 10.5" Ratio:9.5. Jump in:80Kgf
Size: Diameter 22.22mm stroke 45mm

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MANUFACTURERS DOCUMENTATION:
Manufacturers documentation is complete and reflects the agreed specification for the
vehicle tested and covers all variants and versions agreed in the worst case rationale.
(See also specific requirements relating to complex electronic functions.)

Yes

FACILITY AND EQUIPMENT CHECKS:


1

Generic Risk assessment followed

Insert RA
identifier here

PCRAF-001

OR
Specific Risk assessment completed and stored in electronic job folder

Yes
N/A

Facilities and test equipment are appropriate


Brief description of test equipment:
See Below

Yes

Calibration certificates checked and valid, recorded in the following table:

Yes

Equipment
KYOWA Decel Data Logger
Pedal Force Transducer

Serial No.
FL7320069
8165

Hand Brake Transducer

7X151001

Weight Scales

2007-29
2007-30
2007-31
2007-32

Speed sensor
KATRI
Robotic Arm
Weight Scales
IMU Sensor

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Calibration data
2015.02.06
2014.06.05
2015.03.06

2014.05.08
confirmed over 500m

SR60-Omni (1) 9434019


CAS/RW-01P
RT3100 394

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2013.05.24 (2 Years)
2014.05.26
2013.05.24 (2 Years)

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Paragraph
reference

Complies
Yes/NA

Requirement

GENERAL:
4.6, 4.7

Position of the approval mark:


LH B Pillar

5.1.1.1, 5.1.1.2

Braking equipment designed, constructed and fitted to resist normal


use, corrosion and ageing.

Yes

5.1.1.3

Linings do not contain asbestos.

Yes

5.1.1.4, 5.2.18.4

The effectiveness of the braking equipment (including electric


regenerative brakes) is not adversely affected by magnetic or electrical
fields.
EMC Test report or approval number:
TL E11 10R-048813 Petrol
TL E11 10R-048814 Diesel
TLE E11 10R-048815 Petrol
TLE E11 10R-048816 Diesel

Yes

5.1.1.5

Braking performance is not reduced by failure detection signal in the


control transmission.

Yes

5.1.2.1

Service brake actuation possible from the driving seat without


removing hands from the steering control.

Yes

5.1.2.1, 5.1.2.2

Service and secondary brake action can be graduated.

Yes

5.1.2.2

Secondary brake actuation possible from the driving seat without


removing hands from the steering control (under single failure
conditions).

Yes

5.1.2.3

Parking capable of being actuated from the driving seat and parking
brake is held on by purely mechanical means.

Yes

5.1.4, 5.2.11 .2

Possible to assess the wear of friction materials without removal of


wheels and using only readily available tools;
Warning indicator and Discs only
OR
Sensing device for each wheel is fitted which activates the yellow
warning signal when linings need replacement.
Manufacturers information regarding the measurement of disc/drum
wear is freely provided.

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Yes

N/A
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Correct operational status of complex electrical systems may be


verified simply (any special information needed is freely available).

Yes

Verification process of operational status indicator is protected against


unauthorised modification.

Yes

5.1.4.3

Possible to generate maximum braking forces under static conditions


using a rolling road or roller brake tester.

Yes

5.2.2.1

For brake systems with common parts, two independent controls are
available.

Yes

Brake controls return to the fully off position when released (does not
apply to parking brake when locked in the applied position).

Yes

5.2.2.2

Service/park brake controls are independent.

Yes

5.2.2.3

Linkages of service brake controls and transmission are not likely to


deteriorate in use.

Yes

5.2.2.4

Parking brake designed so that it may be applied whilst the vehicle is


moving.

Yes

5.2.2.5

If service/parking brake use common transmission components,


secondary requirements are met in the event of failure of the
transmission.

Yes

5.2.2.6

Secondary brake performance can be achieved by the un-failed


section of the service brakes.

Yes

5.2.2.7, 5.2.2.9

Where service brake performance is dependent upon a combination of


an energy reserve and muscular energy, secondary braking can be
achieved by muscular energy of the driver alone.

Yes

Where service brake performance depends exclusively on the use of


an energy reserve, at least two completely independent energy
reserves and transmissions are provided, both of which can meet
secondary brake performance.

N/A

Each energy reserve is equipped with a warning device.

N/A

Parts deemed not liable to break are made of metal or equivalent


material, do not undergo notable distortion , are amply dimensioned
and readily accessible for maintenance.

Yes

5.1.4.2

5.2.2.8

5.2.2.10

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Hydraulic transmission failure is indicated by the red warning signal


when a differential pressure of 15.5 bar is present between the
master cylinder and the failed part;
AND
Warning lamp remains lit whilst the failure remains and the ignition is
in the on/running position;
OR
Red warning lamp indicates a low fluid level in the reservoir.

Yes

Warning lamp is clearly visible in daylight and signal condition can be


verified by the driver.

Yes

Failure of any part of the warning device does not result in reduced
brake performance.

Yes

Parking brake operation is indicated to the driver.

Yes

5.2.4

Energy source drive is as safe as practicable.

Yes

5.2.4.1

Secondary brake performance and feed to parts of the transmission


not affected by failure is ensured by devices which are easily actuated
when the vehicle is stationary, or are actuated automatically.

Yes

5.2.3

5.2.3

5.2.4.2

5.2.4.3,
Ann 4. Para.1.3.

Storage devices located down-circuit are such that if a failure of the


energy supply occurs, secondary braking is possible at the fifth
application after four full-stroke actuations of the service brake control;
OR
For hydraulic braking systems with stored energy, after a single
transmission failure, possible to achieve secondary braking, at the
ninth application after eight full-stroke actuations of the service brake
control.

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Failure or ineffectiveness of any automatic devices used to meet the


requirements of 5.2.2 to 5.2.4 is readily apparent to the driver under
normal conditions.

N/A

5.2.6

Service brake system act on all wheels and is appropriately


distributed.

Yes

5.2.8

Service braking is distributed symmetrically between the wheels of the


same axle and any function (e.g. ABS) which might cause a change in
this distribution is declared.

Yes

5.2.5

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5.2.8.1

Compensation by the electric control transmission for deterioration or


a defect within the braking system is indicated by the yellow warning
signal when the compensation exceeds:

5.2.8.1.1

A difference in transverse braking pressures on any axle of 25 per


cent of the higher value for vehicle decelerations 2 m/sec2;
OR
A value corresponding to 25 per cent at 2 m/sec2 for decelerations
below this rate;
OR
An individual compensating value on any axle > 50 per cent of the
nominal value for vehicle decelerations 2 m/sec2;
OR
A value corresponding to 50 per cent of the nominal value at 2 m/sec2
for decelerations below this rate.

N/A

5.2.8.2

No compensation when the brakes are applied below 10km/h.

Yes

5.2.9

Malfunctions of the electric control transmission do not apply the


brakes contrary to the driver's intentions.

Yes

5.2.10

Braking surfaces are connected to the wheels through components of


adequate strength.

Yes

If applicable, disconnection of the braking surfaces of the parking


braking system is controlled exclusively by the driver from his driving
seat, by a system incapable of being brought into action by a leak.

Yes

5.2.8.1.2

N/A
N/A
N/A

5.2.11

Method of adjusting for brake wear:


Automatic front and rear hydraulic discs

5.2.11.1

Adjustment for service brake wear is automatic and thermal effects are
compensated for.

Yes

5.2.12

Filling ports of hydraulic reservoirs are readily accessible and level can
be checked without opening.

Yes

Fluid reserve capacity is sufficient to compensate for fully worn linings,


or red warning light indicates low fluid level.

Yes

ISO 9128:2006 symbol and appropriate DOT marking fixed in a visible


position within 100mm of the filling port.

Yes

5.2.13

5.2,14

Warning Devices

5.2.14.1

For vehicles where secondary braking performance is dependent


upon stored energy:
N/A

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5.2.17

For vehicles intended to tow trailers with electric service brakes:


N/A
For vehicles with electric regenerative braking systems:
N/A
For vehicles with electric transmission of the parking brakes:

5.2.19.1

In the case of a failure within the electric transmission, unintended


actuation of the parking braking system is prevented.

Yes

5.2.19.2

Possible to hold the vehicle on an 8% hill in the event of an electrical


failure in the control or transmission (excluding the energy supply).
Using auto transmission park position

Yes

Yellow warning signal present in the event of failure (immediately in


the case of a wiring break in the electric control transmission).
Yellow EPB Light

Yes

5.2.19.2.1

Flashing red warning signal also present whilst the ignition is on;
OR
Non-flashing signal used if the system detects correct clamping of the
parking brake.

Yes

5.2.19.3

Electrical energy reserve sufficient to allow operation of the parking


brake when under full load from auxiliary equipment.

Yes

5.2.19.4

Possible to apply the parking brake with the ignition switched off
and/or key removed.

Yes

Not possible to release the parking brake with the ignition switched off
and/or key removed.

Yes

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For vehicles with electric control transmission of the service


brake:

N/A
5.2.21

OPTICAL WARNING SIGNALS:

5.2.21.1.1

Red warning lamp used when service brake performance cannot be


achieved and/or failure precludes the functioning of at least two
independent circuits.
Same as low fluid level warning

Yes

5.2.21.1.2

Yellow warning lamp used to indicate an electrically detected braking


defect which does not trigger the red signal.

Yes

5.2.21.2

Warning lamps easily visible by the driver under all normal ambient
conditions and failure of the warning does not cause loss of braking
performance.

Yes

Unless specified by the Regulation, the relevant warning signal shows


no later than the on actuating the brake control and remains on so
long as the ignition is in the ' run ' position and the defect persists.

Yes

Warning signal does not flash unless permitted by the Regulation.

Yes

Vehicle undergoes warning lamp 'self- check' routine at ignition on.

Yes

5.2.21.3

5.2.21.4

Non-specified failures and/or information concerning the


brakes/running gear are indicated by the yellow lamp only when:
The vehicle is stationary;
AND
The 'self-check' routine has not detected any failures;
AND
Non specified faults are indicated only by a flashing signal which is
extinguished when the vehicle exceeds 10km/h.

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GENERATION OF STOP LAMP SIGNALS:


5.2.22.1

Driver activation of the service brake always generates a stop lamp


signal.

Yes

5.2.22.2

Automatically commanded braking activation of the service brake


generates a stop lamp signal when the retardation is 0.7m/s2
(optional below this rate of decel.).

N/A

5.2.22.3

Selective braking does not generate a stop lamp signal.

Yes

5.2.22.4

The following requirements are met for electric regenerative braking


systems producing a retarding force when the accelerator is released:
0.7m/s2

Stop signal is not generated

N/A

> 0.7m/s2 1.3m/s2

Stop signal may be generated

N/A

> 1.3m/s2

Stop signal is generated

N/A

In all cases the signal is deactivated at the latest when the


deceleration falls below 0.7 m/s2.
5.2.23.1

5.2.23.2

N/A

Where fitted, emergency stop signal is not activated below 6.0 m/s2
and is deactivated at the latest when the deceleration falls below
2.5m/s2;
AND/OR
a) Where based on braking demand, emergency stop signal is not
activated when the predicted vehicle deceleration is below 6.0 m/s2
and deactivated when the predicted deceleration is below 2.5 m/s2;
b) OR, may be activated when the vehicle speed is above 50 km/h
and the antilock is fully cycling and deactivated when no longer fully
cycling.

Yes

N/A

Yes

TEMPORARY SPARE WHEEL:


5.2.25

Vehicle meets the requirements of R64, annex 3 if fitted with a


temporary spare tyre.

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DYNAMIC TESTS:

6,
Ann 3, 1.4.1.2.4
Ann 3, 2

Braking system meets the service and secondary performance


requirements of Annex 3 with regards to both stopping distance and
MFDD.
SEE ANNEX 1 OF THIS REPORT FOR TEST DATA

Yes

Ann 3, 1.2.7.

Wheels did not lock at speeds above 15km/h, vehicle did not deviate
from 3.5m wide lane and yaw angle did not exceed 15.

Yes

Ann 3, 1.4.1.1

Brake temperature measured either inside the linings or along the


swept path is between 65 and 100C prior to each test.

Yes

Ann 3, 1.4.1.2.1

Test vehicle mass distribution represents the information supplied in


the manufacturers documents.

Yes

6,
Ann 3, 1.5

Braking system meets the hot performance and recovery performance


requirements.
SEE ANNEX 1 OF THIS REPORT FOR TEST DATA

Yes

Ann 3, 2.3

Parking brake hill-hold and dynamic performance requirements met.


SEE ANNEX 1 OF THIS REPORT FOR TEST DATA

Yes

CAPACITY OF ENERGY STORAGE DEVICES:


Ann3, 3

For systems reliant upon energy sources other than the muscular
effort of the driver, response time at the least favourable axle does not
exceed 0.6 seconds.

N/A

Using the service brake control, secondary braking performance can


be achieved in the absence of the energy reserve;
OR
With the energy storage device isolated, vehicle with hydraulic braking
system with stored energy meets secondary brake performance on the
ninth full brake application.

Yes

Ann4, 2.1.3.1

For vehicles with hydraulic energy sources, pressure rise time 't' does
not exceed 20 seconds.

N/A

Ann 4, 3

Warning device does not operate after two full stroke brake
applications when the engine is stopped and pressure does not
exceed declared cut-in pressure.

N/A

Ann 4, 1.1.2

Ann 4, 1.2
Ann 4, 1.3

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BRAKING DISRIBUTION:
Ann 3, 1.3.2.1
Ann 5, 5

Braking distribution calculations submitted and verified by a wheel-lock


sequence test;
SEE ANNEX 2 OF THIS REPORT FOR TEST DATA
OR

Ann 3, 1.3.2
Ann 6,

Vehicle has ABS and complies with annex 6 requirements.

Yes

Ann 5, 3.1a

At all states of load, for braking rates between 0.15 and 0.8 the
adhesion utilisation curve of the rear axle does not lie above that of the
front axle.

N/A

Adhesion utilisation graphs show that, in both laden and running order
conditions, for braking rates between 0.2 and 0.8,
z 0.1 + 0.7 ( k - 0.2).

N/A

In the event of failure of any special device, the vehicle can still be
stopped under Type-0 test conditions within a distance of 0.1 v + 0.01
v2 (m) and with an MFDD of at least 3.86ms2.

Yes

Ann 5, 3.1b

Ann 5, 4

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ANTI-LOCK SYSTEMS: For ABS and EBS Vehicles


Ann 6, 3.1
Ann 6, 3.1.1
Ann 6, 3.1.2
Ann 6, 3.1.3

Category of antilock system fitted:


1
1 - Meets all of the requirements of Annex 6;
2 - Meets all of the requirements except split mu braking rate;
3 - System does not meet the split mu requirements and additional
checks of wheel lock sequence required if if any axle does not include
a directly controlled wheel.

Yes
Yes
Yes

Ann 6, 4.1

Yellow warning lamp functions in the event of a sensor anomaly or


loss of supply or break in external wiring to the controller(s) or the
modulator(s).

Yes

Ann 6, 4.1.1

Yellow warning lamp lights up when system is energized and goes off
if no faults are present, while the vehicle is stationary.

Yes

Ann 6, 4.1.2

During verification phase, electrically controlled pneumatic modulator


valve(s) cycle at least once.

N/A

Ann 6, 4.2

In the event of a single electrical functional failure which only affects


the anti-lock function, subsequent service braking performance is not
less than 80 per cent of the prescribed Type-0 test with the engine
disconnected.

Yes

Ann 6, 4.3

Protected against magnetic interference by compliance with ECE Reg


10.02.
REFER TO PAGE 4 FOR TEST REPORT/APPROVAL NUMBER

Yes

Ann 6, 4.4

A manual device is not provided which disconnects or changes the


control mode of the anti-lock system.

Yes

Ann 6, 5.1

Vehicle service brake control will give secondary braking performance


(laden) when the energy reservoir(s) are depleted.
SEE ANNEX 3 OF THIS REPORT FOR TEST DATA

Yes

Utilisation of adhesion exceeds 0.75 on both low and high mu surfaces


in laden and unladen conditions.
SEE ANNEX 3 OF THIS REPORT FOR TEST DATA

Yes

Ann 6, 5.2.

Ann 6, App 4

The ratio R = kpeak / klock determined as between 1.0 and 2.0.


R = 1.2

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Laden

Unladen

kh 0.5

Yes

Yes

kh/kl 2

Yes

Yes

Wheels did not lock at speeds in excess of 15 km/h:


a) On low adhesion surface:
- from an initial speed of 40 km/h;
- from an initial speed of 120 km/h.

Yes
Yes

Yes
Yes

b) On high adhesion surface:


- from an initial speed of 40 km/h;
- from an initial speed of 120 km/h.

Yes
Yes

Yes
Yes

c) When passing from high to low adhesion surfaces:


- from an initial speed of 40 km/h;
- from an initial speed of 120 km/h.

Yes
Yes

Yes
Yes

Ann 6, 5.3.3

Deceleration rise time is satisfactory when passing from


low to high adhesion surfaces at 50 km/h.

Yes

Yes

Ann 6, 5.3.4

Split mu test (category 1 or 2):


Directly controlled wheels did not lock.

Yes

Yes

Ann 6, 5.3.6

Tyres did not cross the division.

Yes

Yes

Ann 6, 5.3.6

Brief locking did/did not* occur on tests above but/and the vehicle did
not deviate from its initial course*.

Yes

Ann 6, 5.3.6

Maximum steering correction:


- Low on LHS:
- Low on RHS:

Yes
Yes

Ann 6, 5.3.1

Ann 6, 5.3.1

Ann 6, 5.3.2

45
45

O
O

For category 1 systems, the braking rate on split mu complies with:


Ann 6, 5.3.5

Ann 6, 5.3.5
Ann 6, 5.3.5

SPLIT ZMALS 0.75 * ( 4kL + kH ) / 5


AND
SPLIT ZMALS kL

Yes

Vehicle meets the prescribed braking rate (laden).


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ANTI-LOCK SYSTEMS: For ABS Vehicles only


Ann 6, 3.1
Ann 6, 3.1.1
Ann 6, 3.1.2
Ann 6, 3.1.3

Category of antilock system fitted:


1
1 - Meets all of the requirements of Annex 6;
2 - Meets all of the requirements except split mu braking rate;
3 - System does not meet the split mu requirements and additional
checks of wheel lock sequence required if if any axle does not include
a directly controlled wheel.

Yes
Yes
Yes

Ann 6, 4.1

Yellow warning lamp functions in the event of a sensor anomaly or


loss of supply or break in external wiring to the controller(s) or the
modulator(s).

Yes

Ann 6, 4.1.1

Yellow warning lamp lights up when system is energized and goes off
if no faults are present, while the vehicle is stationary.

Yes

Ann 6, 4.1.2

During verification phase, electrically controlled pneumatic modulator


valve(s) cycle at least once.

N/A

Ann 6, 4.2

In the event of a single electrical functional failure which only affects


the anti-lock function, subsequent service braking performance is not
less than 80 per cent of the prescribed Type-0 test with the engine
disconnected.

Yes

Ann 6, 4.3

Protected against magnetic interference by compliance with ECE Reg


10.02.
REFER TO PAGE 4 FOR TEST REPORT/APPROVAL NUMBER

Yes

Ann 6, 4.4

A manual device is not provided which disconnects or changes the


control mode of the anti-lock system.

Yes

Ann 6, 5.1

Vehicle service brake control will give secondary braking performance


(laden) when the energy reservoir(s) are depleted.
SEE ANNEX 3 OF THIS REPORT FOR TEST DATA

Yes

Utilisation of adhesion exceeds 0.75 on both low and high mu surfaces


in laden and unladen conditions.
SEE ANNEX 3 OF THIS REPORT FOR TEST DATA

Yes

Ann 6, 5.2.

Ann 6, App 4

The ratio R = kpeak / klock determined as between 1.0 and 2.0.


R = 1.2

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Laden

Unladen

kh 0.5

Yes

Yes

kh/kl 2

Yes

Yes

Wheels did not lock at speeds in excess of 15 km/h:


a) On low adhesion surface:
- from an initial speed of 40 km/h;
- from an initial speed of 120 km/h.

Yes
Yes

Yes
Yes

b) On high adhesion surface:


- from an initial speed of 40 km/h;
- from an initial speed of 120 km/h.

Yes
Yes

Yes
Yes

c) When passing from high to low adhesion surfaces:


- from an initial speed of 40 km/h;
- from an initial speed of 120 km/h.

Yes
Yes

Yes
Yes

Ann 6, 5.3.3

Deceleration rise time is satisfactory when passing from


low to high adhesion surfaces at 50 km/h.

Yes

Yes

Ann 6, 5.3.4

Split mu test (category 1 or 2):


Directly controlled wheels did not lock.

Yes

Yes

Ann 6, 5.3.6

Tyres did not cross the division.

Yes

Yes

Ann 6, 5.3.6

Brief locking did/did not* occur on tests above but/and the vehicle did
not deviate from its initial course*.

Yes

Ann 6, 5.3.6

Maximum steering correction:


- Low on LHS:
- Low on RHS:

Yes
Yes

Ann 6, 5.3.1

Ann 6, 5.3.1

Ann 6, 5.3.2

31
28

O
O

For category 1 systems, the braking rate on split mu complies with:


Ann 6, 5.3.5

Ann 6, 5.3.5
Ann 6, 5.3.5

SPLIT ZMALS 0.75 * ( 4kL + kH ) / 5


AND
SPLIT ZMALS kL

Yes

Vehicle meets the prescribed braking rate (laden).


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Ann 8

COMPLEX ELECTRONIC FUNCTIONS:

Ann 8, 2.3

List of complex functions covered:


ABS Vehicle has: ABS, EBD, ESS
ESC Vehicle has: ABS, EBD, ESC, BAS, ESS, TCS, HAC (Hill start
control)

Ann 8, 3.1.1(a)

Manufacturers documents contain information showing the interaction


of complex braking functions with other vehicle systems and/or how
the system directly controls output variables.

Yes

Ann 8, 3.1.1(a)
3.2

Manufacturers documents explain the functionality and safety concept


of the system and describe how the operational status may be
checked.

Yes

Ann 8, 3.2.1

A list of input and output variables, including their working range, is


provided.

Yes

Ann 8, 3.3

Documentation includes an inventory of components, outlines the


function of each unit, its interconnection/interaction with other systems
and defines signal flow priorities.

Yes

Ann 8, 3.3.5

Each unit of the system is clearly identified in a manner which defines


clearly the hardware and software version as appropriate.

Yes

Ann 8, 3.4.1

Safety concept statement verifies that the system will not prejudice the
safe operation of the braking system under non-fault conditions.

Yes

Ann 8, 3.4.2

System architecture, design methods and tools identified.

Yes

Ann 8, 3.4.3

Information regarding design provisions in case of failure is provided


including any error messages, warning signals, partial performance
conditions, back-up modes and/or removal of high-level functions.

Yes

Additional material and analysis (FMEA,FTA) of fault conditions made


available for inspection and maintained by the manufacturer.

Yes

Ann 8, 3.1.1(b),
3.4.4

Document reference and date of inspection:


26 March 2015 Mando Document
Ann 8, 4.1.1

Vehicle complies with all other performance requirements of R13H


and meets manufacturers specifications under non-fault conditions.

Ann 8, 4.1.2

Under fault conditions, vehicle response corresponds to that described


in the manufacturers documents / failure analysis and safety concept
is verified.
SEE ANNEX 4 OF THIS REPORT FOR TEST DATA

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ESC REQUIREMENTS:
VEHICLE:
FRONT AXLE TYRES:
- SIZE/MAKE/TYPE
- PRESSURE
- ROLLING RADIUS
- TREAD DEPTH
REAR AXLE TYRES:
- SIZE/MAKE/TYPE
- PRESSURE
- ROLLING RADIUS
- TREAD DEPTH
BRAKE SYSTEM:
- TRANSMISSION/CONTROL
- FRONT AXLE
- REAR AXLE
- ABS/ESC/BAS MAKE & TYPE

TLE TMAJ3811AGU000115 2WD 1.6 Petrol


HANKOOK 215/70R16
240 kpa
340
New
HANKOOK 215/70R16
240 kpa
340
New
6 Speed Manual Transmission
SBK 6361A
SAC LS71AH FF
ESC: 58920-D7100 (LHD)
FRONT 470+475 includes standard outriggers
REAR 449 + 392 includes standard outriggers
TOTAL WEIGHT= 1794

Ann 9A, 3.7

ESC system technical documentation supplied as per 3.7.1 - 3.7.2.

5.2.24

Subject to the requirements of paragraphs 12.1. to 12.2., vehicle is


fitted with an ESC system meeting the equipment, performance and
test requirements of Part A of Annex9 to this Regulation;
OR
As an alternative, vehicle with a mass in running order > 1,735 kg is
equipped with a vehicle stability function which includes roll-over
control and directional control meeting the technical requirements of
Annex 21 to Regulation No. 13.

5.2.24.1

Yes
Yes

N/A

Ann 9A, 2.1

ESC system is capable of braking all four wheels individually and has
a control algorithm that utilises this capability.

Yes

Ann 9A, 2.2

ESC is operational over the full speed range of the vehicle, during all
phases of driving including acceleration, coasting, and deceleration
(including braking), except when disabled by the driver, speed is less
than 20 km/h, prior to completion of self-check routine or when the
vehicle is driven in reverse.

Yes

Ann 9A, 2.3

ESC can be activated even when the ABS or traction control system is
operating.

Yes

Ann 9A, 3.4.1

Yellow or amber ESC malfunction tell-tale fitted which is easily seen


by the driver under all ambient conditions.

Yes

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Tell-tale has correct symbol or 'ESC' text and is perceptually upright.

Yes

Tell-tale undergoes 'self-check' when the ignition is switched on,


remains on if a fault is present and is extinguished at the next ignition
cycle when the malfunction has been corrected.

Yes

Ann 9A, 5.10.1

Failure simulated by disconnecting power source/electrical connection


to an ESC component.

Yes

Ann 9A, 5.10.2

Malfunction tell-tale illuminated by the end of a manoeuvre including at


least one left and one right smooth turn at a speed of 48 8 km/h, up
to 30 seconds after starting the engine, without losing directional
stability.

Yes

Ann 9A, 5.10.3

ESC malfunction tell-tale re-illuminates at ignition on, after a five


minute engine off period.

Yes

Ann 9A, 5.10.4

After malfunction has been fixed, tell-tale extinguishes at ignition on


(and after performing the manoeuvre in 5.10.2 above, if required.

Yes

Ann 9A, 3.5

If fitted with an ESC off switch, ESC system always returns to the
mode that satisfies all of the test criteria of this Annex;
OR
Vehicle has a four wheel drive configuration and is under one of the
conditions in paragraphs 3.5.1.1 or 3.5.1.2.

Yes
Yes

The control/tell-tale for an ESC Off function is represented by one of


the correct symbols/text (Note: 3rd Symbol only if the control puts the
ESC system into different modes and cannot be used for the tell-tale).

Yes

Yellow or amber ESC OFF tell-tale present, identified by the correct


symbol, which is perceptually upright and easily seen by the driver
under all ambient conditions.

Yes

ESC OFF tell-tale undergoes 'self-check' function at ignition on but,


remains illuminated while ESC system is off and extinguishes when
returned to normal mode.

Yes

Ann 9A, 4.1

Weather conditions are within limits.

Yes

Ann 9A, 4.2

Tests conducted on dry, uniform level and solid paved surface with a
nominal peak brake coefficient of 0.9.

Yes

Ann 9A, 5.4

Brakes conditioned as per Section 5.4.

Yes

Ann 9A, 5.5

Tyres conditioned as per Section 5.5.

Yes

Ann 9A, 3.6.2

Ann 9A, 3.6.2.7-8

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Steering pattern increases by 13.5 degrees per second until a lateral


acceleration of approximately 0.5g is obtained. Speed of vehicle
during the test is 80 km/h 2 km/h.

Yes

Ann 9A, 5.6.1

Steering Angle A interpolated at 0.3 g.

Yes

Ann 9A, 5.7

Tyre conditioning as per Section 5.5 repeated and Sine with Dwell test
series began within two hours after completion of the slowly increasing
steer tests.

Yes

Steering pattern is a sine wave at 0.7 Hz frequency with a 500 ms


delay beginning at the second peak amplitude, with tests completed in
clockwise and anticlockwise directions first.

Yes

Vehicle is allowed to cool-down between each test runs for a period of


1.5 to 5 minutes, with the vehicle stationary.

Yes

Ann 9A, 5.9.1

SWD test conducted at initial speed of 802 km/h.

Yes

Ann 9A, 5.9.2-4

SWD test conducted from initial steering angle of 1.5 A, in 0.5 A


increments up to the greater of 6.5 A or 270o (300o if any increment up
to 6.5 A 300o).

Yes

Post processing of data conducted in accordance with paragraph 5.11


(SEE ANNEX).

Yes

T0 + 1 does not exceed 35 % of peak.

Yes

T0 + 1.75 does not exceed 20 % of peak.

Yes

Ann 9A, 5.6

Ann 9A, 5.9

Ann 9A, 5.9.5

Lateral displacement of the vehicle centre of gravity with respect to its


initial straight path shall be at least 1.83 m for vehicles with a GVM of
3,500 kg or less;
OR
1.52 m for vehicles with a maximum mass greater than 3,500 kg.

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BAS REQUIREMENTS:
Ann 9B, 2

Ann 9B, 2.2.1

Category of BAS as declared by the manufacturer:

B
Type

Instrumentation measures at least vehicle speed, deceleration, brake


temperature, pedal force, brake pressure (where applicable) and
brake pedal travel with sufficient accuracy and filtering.

Yes

Ann 9B, 2.2.3

Instrumentation sampling rate at least 500Hz.

Yes

Ann 9B, 2.3.2

Track conditions are suitable.

Yes

Ann 9B, 2.4.3

For systems reliant on energy other than the muscular effort of the
driver, energy levels are ensured at the beginning of the test.

N/A

Test 1, determination of FABS and aABS


Ann 9B, App 4, 1.3

Full deceleration achieved within 2+/-0.5s and within corridor


specified in figure 3.

Yes

Ann 9B, App 4, 1.2

For category B systems, BAS is not activated during test.

Yes

Ann 9B, App 4, 1.2

Constant increase of deceleration until ABS is fully cycling and ABS


continues to fully cycle throughout the stop.

Yes

Ann 9B, App 4, 1.6

maF curve determined from the mean of 5 deceleration curves at


increments of 1N pedal force.

Yes

Ann 9B, App 4, 1.8

Ann 9B, App 4, 1.9

ms-2

Maximum deceleration, aMAX, from maF curve:

1.11g
10.88
ms-2

aABS determined from all values of maF curve


above 90% of aMAX:

1.08g
10.59
ms-2

ms-2

Yes

Minimum pedal force, FABS,min, to achieve aABS


determined from maF curve:

303.3

Yes

Ann 9B, App 4, 1.7

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Test 2, activation of BAS (Cat. A Systems Only)


Ann 9B, 3.2.3

Manufacturers declared value of threshold force


for BAS activation, FT:

N/A

Ann 9B, 3.2.3

Manufacturers declared value of threshold


deceleration for BAS activation, aT:
(limit: 3.5 - 5ms-2)

ms-2

N/A

Figure 1a, graph of pedal force characteristic


established and used to determine:
FABS,extrapolated = ( FT . aABS ) / aT

N/A

Ann 9B, 3.2.4

Ann 9B, 3.2.5

Alternative method for N1 vehicles > 2500kg and M1 derivatives of


such vehicles:

Ann 9B, 3.2.5.2

Manufacturers declared value of threshold


pressure for BAS activation, PT:
(limit: corresponds to a decel of 2.5 - 4.5ms-2)

kPa

N/A

Figure 1b, graph of pedal force characteristic


established and used to determine:
FABS,extrapolated = ( FT . PABS ) / PT

N/A

Ann 9B, 3.2.5.3

Ann 9B, 3.3

Category A performance requirements FABS FABS,min FABS,max met:


Where:

FABS,max - FT ( FABS,extrapolated - FT ) x 0.6

And:

FABS,min - FT ( FABS,extrapolated - FT ) x 0.2

Manufacturers declared thresholds verified

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Test 2, activation of BAS (Cat. B Systems)


Ann 9B, 4

For category B systems, manufacturers declared


pedal stroke speed for BAS activation:

Ann 9B, 4.2

Brake applied so that BAS is activated and ABS is fully cycling.

Yes

Brake pedal force within figure 2 corridor limits of:


(FABS x 0.5 ) F ( FABS x 0.7 ) between t0 + 0.8s and V 15km/h.

Yes

400

bar/s

NOTE: pedal effort may fall below the lower limit if the requirements of 8.3 are
fulfilled.

Mean deceleration from t0 + 0.8s to V 15km/h is greater than 0.85 x


aABS.

Yes

Category B performance requirements are met.

Yes

Manufacturers declared pedal speeds and/or input variables are


verified.

Yes

Remarks:

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Front= KBP3137F, Rear=SAC6320FF, Park=SAC L9215D

TEST REPORT NUMBER:


VEHICLE DATA

PARKING BRAKE
Solo Hill Hold
Combination Hill Hold
Dynamic

Electric Park Brake


Failed Hill Hold

Maximum speed
Front axle mass
Rear axle mass
GVM
Combination mass tested
Unbraked trailer mass (declared)
Manufacturers declared GVM
Manufacturers declared max combination
Test
Gradient

Direction

25%
UP
25%
DOWN
12%
UP
12%
DOWN
Speed
Force on control
MFDD
Final Decel.

201
1147
1109
2256
750
2250
3000

Control
Force
37
41
N/A
N/A
30.3
41.5
4.09
3.5

ANNEX 1. 1/3
LADEN DYNAMIC TESTS

km/h
kg
kg
kg
kg
kg
kg
kg
Foot Controlled

daN
daN
daN
daN
km/h
daN
m/s/s
m/s/s

8%

UP

N/A

8%

DOWN

N/A

Limit for foot control: 50daN


Solo test covers combination upto slope

15.0 %

Nominal 30km/h
Limits as above
Limit: 1.5 m/s/s
Limit: 1.5 m/s/s
(State method used to achieve compliance)

Additional test Hand Controlled Park material=SAC L9215*


PARKING BRAKE
Solo Hill Hold
Combination Hill Hold
Dynamic

Test
Direction
Gradient
25%
UP
25%
DOWN
12%
UP
12%
DOWN
Speed
Force on control
MFDD
Final Decel.

Control
Force
28.5
28
N/A
N/A
30.4
18.7
3.18
3.5

Vehicle TL(G) RHD 000249 Axle 1=1127kg Axle 2=1138 kg


daN
daN
daN
daN
km/h
daN
m/s/s
m/s/s

Limit for hand control: 40daN


Solo test covers combination upto slope
Nominal 30km/h
Limits as above
Limit: 1.5 m/s/s
Limit: 1.5 m/s/s

15.0 %

Electric Park Brake


Failed Hill Hold

PARKING BRAKE
Solo Hill Hold
Combination Hill Hold
Dynamic

Electric Park Brake


Failed Hill Hold

TYPE 0
Service (N)
Service (In Gear)
Service (In Gear)
Service (In Gear)
First fail LHF
Second fail RHF
Energy stop (N)
Boost failure (N)
EBD fail
ABS fail (N)

8%
8%

N/A
N/A

UP
DOWN

(State method used to achieve compliance)

Test
Direction
Gradient
25%
UP
25%
DOWN
12%
UP
12%
DOWN
Speed
Force on control
MFDD
Final Decel.

Control
Force
1Electric
1Electric
N/A
N/A
31.0
1Electric
5.23
6.7

8%

UP

Auto G/Box park position

8%

DOWN

Auto G/Box park position

Nominal
Speed
km/h
100.0
48.0
88.0
160.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

TEST REPORT NUMBER:

Test
Speed
km/h
100.3
47.3
88.8
160.4
101.1
100.9
101.1
100.4
100.4
101.0

Test
Dist
m
47.5
13.2
35.9
110.8
96.1
96.3
45.1
151.1
62.0
61.3

Additional test for Electric Controlled Park Material SAC6320A


daN
daN
daN
daN
km/h
daN
m/s/s
m/s/s

Limit
Dist
m
70.4
19.7
61.7
188.4
171.6
170.9
71.4
169.3
169.3
86.6

Vehicle TL(G) LHD 000356 Axle 1=1256 Axle 2=1008kg


Limit for hand control: 40daN
15.0 %
Solo test covers combination upto slope
Nominal 30km/h
Limits as above
Limit: 1.5 m/s/s
Limit: 1.5 m/s/s
(State method used to achieve compliance)

Approx
Corr Dist
m
47.2
13.6
35.3
110.2
94.0
94.6
44.1
149.9
61.5
60.1

Test
MFDD
m/s/s
9.65
8.22
9.53
9.77
4.25
4.39
10.27
2.72
7.40
7.37

Front= KBP3137F, Rear=SAC6320FF, Park=SAC L9215D

LIMIT
MFDD
m/s/s
6.43
5.76
5.76
5.76
2.44
2.44
6.43
2.44
2.44
5.15

Pedal
Effort
daN
44
44
47
42
32
30
34
47
18
17.7

Brake
Temp C
65 - 100
99
81
99
93
82
99
93
99
87
97

ANNEX 1. PAGE 2/3


LADEN DYNAMIC TESTS

TYPE 1 FADE

Pedal force to achieve 3m/s/s decel.


Average time between snubs:
Time from last snub to hot stop
Test
Speed
km/h

Test
Dist
m

100.0

100.3

44.0

100.0

100.9

43.9

100.0

100.6

43.6

daN
s
s

Limits
Dist
m
90.5
72.5
91.5
68.2
63.9
35.2

Approx
Corr Dist
m

Test
MFDD
m/s/s

43.7

9.75

43.1

10.23

43.1

10.55

Nominal
Test
Test
Speed
Speed
Dist
km/h
km/h
m
80.0
80.5
31.8
80.0
80.2
30.4
RUN-FLAT TYRE IN DEFLATED CONDITION
Not Applicable
Size:

Limit
Dist
m
51.3
50.9

Approx
Corr Dist
m
31.4
30.2

Nominal
Speed
km/h
80.0
80.0

Limit
Dist
m
0.0
0.0

Approx
Corr Dist
m
#DIV/0!
#DIV/0!

Hot Stop (req better


than both limits)
Hot Stop (req better
than both limits)
Recovery (req between
limit 1 and 2)

Nominal
Speed
km/h

5
37
1.29

TEMPORARY SPARE WHEEL


Size:

Limits
MFDD
m/s/s
4.82
5.79
4.82
5.79
6.76
14.48

Pedal
Effort
daN

Pedal
Effort
Limits

34.2

44

34

44

36

44

Test
MFDD
m/s/s
9.32
9.61

LIMIT
MFDD
m/s/s
5.8
5.8

Pedal
Effort
daN
26.2
24.2

Fitted
position

Test
MFDD
m/s/s

LIMIT
MFDD
m/s/s
5.8
5.8

Pedal
Effort
daN

Deflated
position

T155/90D16 MAXIS

Test
Speed
km/h

UNBRAKED TRAILER CALCULATION


Type O laden result

Test
Dist
m

9.65

m/s/s

LHF
LHR

Calculated MFDD with unbraked trailer


LIMIT

TEST REPORT NUMBER:


VEHICLE DATA

TYPE 0

Service (N)
Service (In Gear) 30%
Service (In Gear) 55%
Service (In Gear) 80%
First fail LHF
Second fail RHF
EBD fail (N)
ABS fail (N)
Booster Fail
Energy stop (N)

m/s/s
m/s/s

Front= KBP3137F, Rear=SAC6320FF, Park=SAC L9215D

Maximum speed
Front axle mass
Rear axle mass
ULVM
Unbraked trailer mass (declared)
Manufacturers declared ULVM

Nominal
Speed
km/h
100.0
48.0
88.0
160.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

7.26
5.40

Test
Speed
km/h
100.6
48.6
88.5
159.4
100.0
100.1
99.7
100.2
99.6
100.6

Test
Dist
m
44.7
12.7
33.8
108.1
87.3
82.3
56.3
55.3
152.7
42.8

UNBRAKED TRAILER CALCULATION


Type O unladen result
Calculated MFDD with unbraked trailer
LIMIT

205
1014
800
1814
750
1766

Limit
Dist
m
70.8
20.7
61.3
186.2
168.0
168.3
167.0
85.3
166.7
70.8

9.80
7.07
5.40

ANNEX 1. PAGE 3/3


UNLADEN DYNAMIC TESTS

km/h
kg
kg
kg
kg
kg

Approx
Corr Dist
m
44.2
12.4
33.4
108.9
87.3
82.1
56.6
55.1
153.9
42.3

m/s/s
m/s/s
m/s/s

Test
MFDD
m/s/s
9.80
8.89
9.85
10.12
4.46
4.91
7.61
7.83
2.69
10.12

LIMIT
MFDD
m/s/s
6.43
5.76
5.76
5.76
2.44
2.44
2.44
5.15
2.44
6.43

Pedal
Effort
daN
22
26
28
43
37
41
19
17
47
47

Brake
Temp C
65 - 100
88
75
76
81
65
96
99
83
90
89

TEMPORARY SPARE WHEEL Unladen Condition


T155/90D16 MAXIS
Size:
Nominal
Test
Test
Speed
Speed
Dist
km/h
km/h
m
80.0
80.7
29.9
80.0
80.5
28.4
RUN-FLAT TYRE IN DEFLATED CONDITION
Not Applicable
Size:

Limit
Dist
m
51.5
51.3

Approx
Corr Dist
m
29.4
28.0

Test
MFDD
m/s/s
9.59
9.94

LIMIT
MFDD
m/s/s
5.8
5.8

Pedal
Effort
daN
31
21

Fitted
position

Nominal
Speed
km/h
80.0
80.0

Limit
Dist
m
0.0
0.0

Approx
Corr Dist
m
#DIV/0!
#DIV/0!

Test
MFDD
m/s/s

LIMIT
MFDD
m/s/s
5.8
5.8

Pedal
Effort
daN

Deflated
position

Test
Speed
km/h

Test
Dist
m

LHF
LHR

TEST REPORT NUMBER:


VEHICLE DATA

PARKING BRAKE
Solo Hill Hold
Combination Hill Hold
Dynamic

Electric Park Brake


Failed Hill Hold

TYPE 0
Service (N)
Service (In Gear)
Service (In Gear)
Service (In Gear)
First fail LHF
Second fail RHF
Energy stop (N)

Front=SBK 6361A, Rear= SAC LS71AH, Park=SAC LS71AH

Maximum speed
Front axle mass
Rear axle mass
GVM
Combination mass tested
Unbraked trailer mass (declared)
Manufacturers declared GVM
Manufacturers declared max combination

205
1171
1082
2253
750
2250
3000

Test
Direction
Gradient
25%
UP
25%
DOWN
12%
UP
12%
DOWN
Speed
Force on control
MFDD
Final Decel.

Control
Force
1Electric
1Electric
N/A
N/A
30.2
1.0
5.56
6.6

8%

UP

Auto G/Box park position

8%

DOWN

Auto G/Box park position

Nominal
Speed
km/h
100.0
48.0
88.0
160.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

Test
Speed
km/h
100.2
48.5
88.5
159.7
100.3
100.5
100.9

Test
Dist
m
43.1
11.5
33.2
107.4
86.2
89.2
43.9

ANNEX 1. 1/3
LADEN DYNAMIC TESTS

km/h
kg
kg
kg
kg
kg
kg
kg
Elecric controlled

daN
daN
daN
daN
km/h
daN
m/s/s
m/s/s

Limit
Dist
m
70.3
20.6
61.3
186.8
169.0
169.6
71.2

Limit for foot control: 50daN


Limit for hand control: 40daN
Solo test covers combination upto slope

15.0 %

Nominal 30km/h
Limits as above
Limit: 1.5 m/s/s
Limit: 1.5 m/s/s
(State method used to achieve compliance)

Approx
Corr Dist
m
42.9
11.3
32.8
107.8
85.7
88.3
43.1

Test
MFDD
m/s/s
10.09
9.65
9.91
10.11
4.59
4.43
10.32

LIMIT
MFDD
m/s/s
6.43
5.76
5.76
5.76
2.44
2.44
6.43

Pedal
Effort
daN
47
46
42
41
42
36
36

Brake
Temp C
65 - 100
99
99
99
99
89
99
99

Boost failure (N)


EBD fail
ABS fail (N)

100.0
100.0
100.0

147.1
48.6
51.2

168.7
170.0
85.5

146.5
48.0
50.9

2.80
9.34
8.27

Pedal force to achieve 3m/s/s decel.


Average time between snubs:
Time from last snub to hot stop
Nominal
Speed
km/h

Test
Speed
km/h

Test
Dist
m

100.0

100.8

43.9

100.0

100.4

44.9

100.0

100.5

43.9

3
40
01:30
Approx
Corr Dist
m

Test
MFDD
m/s/s

43.2

9.74

44.5

10.22

43.5

9.94

Nominal
Test
Test
Speed
Speed
Dist
km/h
km/h
m
80.0
80.0
RUN-FLAT TYRE IN DEFLATED CONDITION
Not Applicable
Size:

Limit
Dist
m
0.0
0.0

Approx
Corr Dist
m
#DIV/0!
#DIV/0!

Nominal
Speed
km/h

Limit
Dist
m

Approx
Corr Dist
m

TEMPORARY SPARE WHEEL


Size:

46
17
16.3

99
99
99

ANNEX 1. PAGE 2/3


LADEN DYNAMIC TESTS

daN
s
s

Limits
Dist
m
91.4
65.9
90.7
62.3
57.6
32.2

Hot Stop (req better


than both limits)
Hot Stop (req better
than both limits)
Recovery (req between
limit 1 and 2)

2.44
2.44
5.15

Front=SBK 6361A, Rear= SAC LS71AH, Park=SAC LS71AH

TEST REPORT NUMBER:


TYPE 1 FADE

100.2
100.6
100.3

Limits
MFDD
m/s/s
4.82
6.05
4.82
6.05
7.06
15.14

Pedal
Effort
daN

Pedal
Effort
Limits

33

47

36.1

47

39.7

47

Test
MFDD
m/s/s

LIMIT
MFDD
m/s/s
5.8
5.8

Pedal
Effort
daN

Fitted
position

Test
MFDD
m/s/s

LIMIT
MFDD
m/s/s

Pedal
Effort
daN

Deflated
position

Not Applicable

Test
Speed
km/h

Test
Dist
m

80.0
80.0

0.0
0.0

UNBRAKED TRAILER CALCULATION


Type O laden result
Calculated MFDD with unbraked trailer
LIMIT

TEST REPORT NUMBER:


VEHICLE DATA

TYPE 0

Service (N)
Service (In Gear) 30%
Service (In Gear) 55%
Service (In Gear) 80%
First fail LHF
Second fail RHF
EBD fail (N)
ABS fail (N)
Booster Fail
Energy stop (N)

5.8
5.8

m/s/s
m/s/s
m/s/s

Front=SBK 6361A, Rear= SAC LS71AH, Park=SAC LS71AH

Maximum speed
Front axle mass
Rear axle mass
ULVM
Unbraked trailer mass (declared)
Manufacturers declared ULVM

Nominal
Speed
km/h
100.0
48.0
88.0
160.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

10.09
7.58
5.40

#DIV/0!
#DIV/0!

Test
Speed
km/h
99.7
48.4
88.0
158.9
100.6
100.4
100.4
100.4
99.9
99.9

Test
Dist
m
40.6
10.7
32.0
96.9
81.8
82.1
52.1
55.1
113.5
39.7

205
988
810
1798
750
1766

Limit
Dist
m
69.6
20.5
60.7
185.1
170.0
169.3
169.3
85.6
167.7
69.9

ANNEX 1. PAGE 3/3


UNLADEN DYNAMIC TESTS

km/h
kg
kg
kg
kg
kg

Approx
Corr Dist
m
40.8
10.5
32.0
98.2
80.8
81.4
51.7
54.7
113.7
39.8

Test
MFDD
m/s/s
10.27
10.63
10.50
10.96
4.80
5.00
8.64
7.48
3.57
10.54

LIMIT
MFDD
m/s/s
6.43
5.76
5.76
5.76
2.44
2.44
2.44
5.15
2.44
6.43

Pedal
Effort
daN
42
42
39
32
35
36
20
13
47
35

Brake
Temp C
65 - 100
99
94
95
92
91
99
100
99
97
99

UNBRAKED TRAILER CALCULATION


Type O unladen result
Calculated MFDD with unbraked trailer
LIMIT

10.27
7.34
5.40

m/s/s
m/s/s
m/s/s

Front=SBK 6361A, Rear=KBP 2060AA, Park=SBK7433B

TEST REPORT NUMBER:


VEHICLE DATA

PARKING BRAKE
Solo Hill Hold
Combination Hill Hold
Dynamic

Electric Park Brake


Failed Hill Hold

TYPE 0
Service (N)
Service (In Gear)
Service (In Gear)
Service (In Gear)
First fail LHF
Second fail RHF

Maximum speed
Front axle mass
Rear axle mass
GVM
Combination mass tested
Unbraked trailer mass (declared)
Manufacturers declared GVM
Manufacturers declared max combination
Test
Gradient

Direction

25%
UP
25%
DOWN
12%
UP
12%
DOWN
Speed
Force on control
MFDD
Final Decel.

20
26

30.0
21.0
4.28
4.8

daN
daN
daN
daN
km/h
daN
m/s/s
m/s/s
N/A

8%

DOWN

N/A

Test
Dist
m
43.9
11.2
34.6
112.2
87.4
90.9

km/h
kg
kg
kg
kg
kg
kg
kg
Hand Controlled

UP

Test
Speed
km/h
100.5
47.2
88.0
159.6
100.6
100.3

750
2250
3000

Control
Force

8%

Nominal
Speed
km/h
100.0
48.0
88.0
160.0
100.0
100.0

205
1185
1069
2254

ANNEX 1. 1/3
LADEN DYNAMIC TESTS

Limit for foot control: 50daN


Limit for hand control: 40daN
Solo test covers combination upto slope

15.0 %

Nominal 30km/h
Limits as above
Limit: 1.5 m/s/s
Limit: 1.5 m/s/s
(State method used to achieve compliance)

Limit
Dist
m
70.7
19.6
60.7
186.6
170.0
169.0

Approx
Corr Dist
m
43.5
11.6
34.6
112.8
86.4
90.4

Test
MFDD
m/s/s
9.64
9.76
9.57
9.36
4.53
4.37

LIMIT
MFDD
m/s/s
6.43
5.76
5.76
5.76
2.44
2.44

Pedal
Effort
daN
43
21
26
20
32
30

Brake
Temp C
65 - 100
99
72
85
89
65
99

Energy stop (N)


Boost failure (N)
EBD fail
ABS fail (N)

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

46.1
139.4
54.7
55.8

71.0
168.3
169.6
85.8

45.4
139.1
54.2
55.2

9.64
3.15
8.44
7.96

Pedal force to achieve 3m/s/s decel.


Average time between snubs:
Time from last snub to hot stop
Test
Speed
km/h

Test
Dist
m

100.0

100.9

46.9

100.0

100.7

46.0

100.0

101

44.5

Test
MFDD
m/s/s

46.1

9.07

45.4

9.40

43.6

9.57

Nominal
Test
Test
Speed
Speed
Dist
km/h
km/h
m
80.0
80.2
31.6
80.0
79.9
29.4
RUN-FLAT TYRE IN DEFLATED CONDITION
Not Applicable
Size:

Limit
Dist
m
50.9
50.6

Approx
Corr Dist
m
31.4
29.5

Nominal
Speed

Limit
Dist

Approx
Corr Dist

TEMPORARY SPARE WHEEL


Size:

31
45
20
17.5

99
98
99
96

ANNEX 1. PAGE 2/3


LADEN DYNAMIC TESTS

daN
s
s

Approx
Corr Dist
m

Recovery (req between


limit 1 and 2)

Nominal
Speed
km/h

3
28
63
Limits
Dist
m
91.5
67.0
91.2
66.4
58.9
32.9

Hot Stop (req better


than both limits)

6.43
2.44
2.44
5.15

Front=SBK 6361A, Rear=KBP 2060AA, Park=SBK7433B

TEST REPORT NUMBER:


TYPE 1 FADE

100.8
100.1
100.5
100.5

Limits
MFDD
m/s/s
4.82
5.78
4.82
5.78
6.75
14.46

Pedal
Effort
daN

Pedal
Effort
Limits

31.9

43

29.9

43

30.3

43

Test
MFDD
m/s/s
8.91
9.60

LIMIT
MFDD
m/s/s
5.8
5.8

Pedal
Effort
daN
28.7
19.7

Fitted
position

Test
MFDD

LIMIT
MFDD

Pedal
Effort

Deflated
position

T155/90D16 MAXIS

Test
Speed

Test
Dist

LHF
LHR

km/h
80.0
80.0

km/h

UNBRAKED TRAILER CALCULATION


Type O laden result
Calculated MFDD with unbraked trailer
LIMIT

TEST REPORT NUMBER:


VEHICLE DATA

TYPE 0

Service (N)
Service (In Gear) 30%
Service (In Gear) 55%
Service (In Gear) 80%
First fail LHF
Second fail RHF
EBD fail (N)
ABS fail (N)
Booster Fail
Energy stop (N)

9.64
7.24
5.40

m
#DIV/0!
#DIV/0!

m/s/s

m/s/s
5.8
5.8

Test
Speed
km/h
100.7
48.7
87.7
159.2
100.6
100.9
100.7
100.9
100.2
101.1

Test
Dist
m
42.3
11.5
33.9
103.6
86.8
85.8
49.3
50.9
117.6
42.3

205
1079
819
1898
750
1826

Limit
Dist
m
70.9
20.8
60.3
185.7
170.0
170.9
170.3
86.4
168.7
71.4

daN

m/s/s
m/s/s
m/s/s

Front=SBK 6361A, Rear=KBP 2060AA, Park=SBK7433B

Maximum speed
Front axle mass
Rear axle mass
ULVM
Unbraked trailer mass (declared)
Manufacturers declared ULVM

Nominal
Speed
km/h
100.0
48.0
88.0
160.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

m
0.0
0.0

ANNEX 1. PAGE 3/3


UNLADEN DYNAMIC TESTS

km/h
kg
kg
kg
kg
kg

Approx
Corr Dist
m
41.7
11.2
34.1
104.6
85.8
84.3
48.6
50.0
117.1
41.4

Test
MFDD
m/s/s
9.82
9.27
9.24
10.09
4.51
4.60
8.69
8.52
3.79
10.04

LIMIT
MFDD
m/s/s
6.43
5.76
5.76
5.76
2.44
2.44
2.44
5.15
2.44
6.43

Pedal
Effort
daN
34
23
24
27
32
27
18
18
44
30

Brake
Temp C
65 - 100
95
82
78
66
81
99
91
77
95
99

UNBRAKED TRAILER CALCULATION


Type O unladen result
Calculated MFDD with unbraked trailer
LIMIT

9.82
7.24
5.40

m/s/s
m/s/s
m/s/s

TEMPORARY SPARE WHEEL Unladen


T155/90D16 MAXIS
Size:
Nominal
Test
Test
Speed
Speed
Dist
km/h
km/h
m
80.0
80.3
31.2
80.0
80.3
28.9
RUN-FLAT TYRE IN DEFLATED CONDITION
Not Applicable
Size:

Limit
Dist
m
51.0
51.0

Approx
Corr Dist
m
31.0
28.7

Test
MFDD
m/s/s
9.12
9.11

LIMIT
MFDD
m/s/s
5.8
5.8

Pedal
Effort
daN
12.1
16.8

Fitted
position

Nominal
Speed
km/h
80.0
80.0

Limit
Dist
m
0.0
0.0

Approx
Corr Dist
m
#DIV/0!
#DIV/0!

Test
MFDD
m/s/s

LIMIT
MFDD
m/s/s
5.8
5.8

Pedal
Effort
daN

Deflated
position

Test
Speed
km/h

Test
Dist
m

LHF
LHR

VSQ320265

TEST REPORT NUMBER:

ANNEX 3. PAGE 1/2


CALCULATION OF ABS EFFICIENCY - LADEN

LOW Mu
VEHICLE DATA
Front
1146
Rear
1092
Total P
2238
Ft drive
1
Rr drive
0
C of G Ht
0.628
W/Base
2.67

kg
kg
kg
1=yes
0=no
m
m

Fm1
Fm2

N
N

168.63
107.13

HIGH Mu

K TIMES (40-20km/h) sec


Front
5.49
5.56
Front av
5.503
tm sec
Front Zm
0.103
Front K
0.183
(ENTER '0' IF NO LOCK)
Rear
6.44
6.5
Rear av
6.490
tm sec
Rear Zm
0.087
Rear K
0.170
ANTILOCK TIMES (45-15km/h) sec
All brakes
4.89
4.9
Average
4.910
tm sec
Zal
0.173

SPLIT Mu

Ffdyn
Frdyn

12135
9820

Km
E=

5.46

6.53

4.94

N
N

K TIMES (40-20km/h) sec


Front
0.94
0.89
Front av
0.903
tm sec
Front Zm
0.627
Front K
0.943
(ENTER '0' IF NO LOCK)
Rear
1.51
1.53
Rear av
1.500
tm sec
Rear Zm
0.377
Rear K
0.926
ANTILOCK TIMES (45-15km/h) sec
All brakes
0.94
0.91
Average
0.920
tm sec
Zal
0.923
Ffdyn
Frdyn

16008
5947

0.177

Km

0.938

0.98

E=

0.98

1.83

0.75 * ( 4kL + kH ) / 5
> 0.75 * ( 4kL + kH ) / 5
SPLIT ZMALS > kL

0.247
YES
YES

(Category 1)
ANTILOCK TIMES (45-15km/h) sec
All brakes
1.83
1.93
Average
1.863
Zmals
0.456

SPLIT ZMALS

0.88

1.46

0.91

VSQ320265

TEST REPORT NUMBER:

ANNEX 3. PAGE 2/2


CALCULATION OF ABS EFFICIENCY - UNLADEN

LOW Mu
VEHICLE DATA
Front
1026
Rear
806
Total P
1832
Ft drive
1
Rr drive
0
C of G Ht
0.633
W/Base
2.67

kg
kg
kg
1=yes
0=no
m
m

Fm1
Fm2

N
N

150.98
79.07

4.53
4.65
4.23

4.80
4.85
4.59
4.63
4.99
5.09
4.98

HIGH Mu

K TIMES (40-20km/h) sec


Front
4.91
4.88
Front av
4.900
tm sec
Front Zm
0.116
Front K
0.189
(ENTER '0' IF NO LOCK)
Rear
6.3
6.29
Rear av
6.267
tm sec
Rear Zm
0.090
Rear K
0.196
ANTILOCK TIMES (45-15km/h) sec
All brakes
4.77
4.81
Average
4.780
tm sec
Zal
0.178
Ffdyn
Frdyn

10822
7150

Km
E=

N
N

4.91

6.21

4.76

K TIMES (40-20km/h) sec


Front
0.78
0.78
Front av
0.780
tm sec
Front Zm
0.726
Front K
0.985
(ENTER '0' IF NO LOCK)
Rear
1.55
1.58
Rear av
1.557
tm sec
Rear Zm
0.364
Rear K
1.004
ANTILOCK TIMES (45-15km/h) sec
All brakes
0.87
0.89
Average
0.873
tm sec
Zal
0.972
Ffdyn
Frdyn

14207
3765

0.192

Km

0.989

0.93

E=

0.98

SELECTION OF LOW ADHESION SURFACE (checked unladen)


All wheels locked 40-20km/h
Average
Zlock

3.68
3.610
0.157

3.84

3.31

R = km (unladen low mu)/klock


1.0 < R < 2.0

1.2
YES

0.78

1.54

0.86

TEST REPORT NUMBER:

VSQ320265

ANNEX 4. PAGE 1/27


COMPLEX ELECTRONIC FUNCTIONALITY TESTS
Warning Lights

Fault Item

Test condition

See Attachment

See Attachment

See Attachment

See Attachment

See Attachment

See Attachment

See Attachment

See Attachment

PCS
ICS

Fault
Code

Vehicle behaviour as
expected?

ABS concept (Anti-lock Braking System)

ABS prevent wheel lock, and Vehicle steering response and stability are maintained in a process
characterized by optimum braking efficiency.

ABS effect :
Minimizing Stopping Distances
Non-ABS

ABS

Braking under -split road


Non-ABS

ABS

Avoid Obstacle
Non-ABS

ABS

CRASH

Low-

High-

ABS concept (Anti-lock Braking System)

The ABS ensures vehicle stability and steerability, by preventing wheel lock.

Optimum braking efficiency is attained by controlling the brake pressure.


ABS Control Region

Raise
Pressure

Reduce
Pressure

Vehicle speed

Velocity
Braking-force
coefficient

Pressure
Rise
Pressure
Wheel speed
Reduction

Lateral-force
coefficient

Brake
Pressure

Slip Ratio, ( % )
Vehicle speed Wheel speed
= -----------------------------------------Vehicl speed
= 0%

without ABS

X 100

Wheel speed
with ABS

Pressure
hold

Wheel locked!

: Non Braking Condition

= 100% : Wheel locking Condition

ABS system configuration


Schematic Diagram of ABS System

HECU Layout

Master Cylinder

G-Sensor
(4WD only)

Wheel Cylinder
(X4)

HECU (HCU+ECU)*

1. Motor : 230W
2. Hydraulic Block : 1
3. Solenoid Valve : 12ea
4. Piston Pump : 2ea
5. LPA : 3.0cc (x2)

Wheel Sensor (X4)

* HCU : Hydraulic Control Unit


ECU : Electronic Control Unit

6. ECU

ABS working mode


Dump

High Pressure

Reapply

Low Pressure

Hold

ABS Mode

NO V/V

NC V/V

LPA

Motor

Pump

Dump
(Before Wheel lock)

ON

ON

Charged

ON

ON

Reapply
(Brake Apply)

OFF

OFF

Uncharged

ON

ON

Hold
(Brake Apply)

ON

OFF

Uncharged

ON

ON

TCS concept (Traction Control System)

The TCS stabilizes the vehicle and prevents wheels from spinning in a variety of conditions.

TCS control the braking pressure of driven wheels and the engine torque.

BTCS vs. ETCS when the lane is Slippery on one side


ETCS

BTCS
Low-

High-

High-

acceleration
force
Low-

Engine
Torque
Brake
Torque

Wheel spin on low side controlled by BRAKE


intervention.

Wheel spin on low side controlled by ENGINE


TORQUE intervention.

Can use the acceleration force of high side wheel.

Cant use the acceleration force of high side wheel.

TCS concept (Traction Control System)


BTCS vs. ETCS when the lane is Slippery on both sides
BTCS

ETCS

Low-

Low-

acceleration
force

Both front wheel spin at same time,

Both front wheel spin at same time,

there are no advantage with BRAKE

control with ENGINE TORQUE intervention.

intervention control.

TCS working mode


High Pressure
Low Pressure

Mode

X-SPLIT
MCP

TCS Mode
MCS

NO V/V

NC V/V

FR

OFF

FR

OFF

RL

ON

RL

OFF

FL

OFF

FL

OFF

RR

ON

RR

OFF

LPA

Motor

Empty

Pump

TC V/V

ESV V/V

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

ON

ON
Empty

ESC concept (Electronic Stability Control)

ESC (Electronic Stability Control) : Steer-by-Braking


- Actively enhances vehicle stability through interventions in the braking system or engine management
system to prevent critical situations.
- To limit the slip angle of vehicle in order to prevent vehicle spin

Oversteer(Spin)

Understeer(Drift out)

Brake Intervention

Understeer(Drift out)
Engine Intervention
8

ESC system configuration


Schematic Diagram of ESC System

HECU Layout

Master Cylinder

Steering Angle Sensor

Y&G-Sensor

1. Motor : 270W
Wheel Cylinder
(X4)

HECU

Pressure Sensor
(Integrated in HCU)

2. Hydraulic Block : 1
3. Solenoid Valve : 12ea
4. Piston Pump : 2ea
5. LPA : 3.0cc (x2)
6. Pressure sensor : 1

Wheel Sensor (X4)

7. ECU

ESC system configuration


Sensor

Figure

Function

Wheel Speed Sensors

Wheel Speed Measurement


Wheel Slip & Vehicle Reference Speed Estimation

Steering Angle Sensor

Drivers Steering Intention Detection


Desired Yaw Rate Calculation

Yaw Rate &


Lateral G-Sensor

Pressure Sensor
(Integrated in HCU)

Vehicle Yaw Rate Measurement


Road Surface Estimation
Desired Yaw Rate Modification
Longitudinal G-Sensor is integrated

Drivers Braking Intention Detection


Road Surface Estimation

10

ESC working mode (Left turn & Oversteer)


High Pressure
Low Pressure

Mode

X-SPLIT
MCP

ESC Mode
MCS

NO V/V

NC V/V

FR

OFF

FR

OFF

RL

ON

RL

OFF

FL

OFF

FL

OFF

RR

OFF

RR

OFF

LPA

Motor

Empty

Pump

TC V/V

ESV V/V

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON
Empty

11

ESC working mode (Left turn & Understeer)


High Pressure
Low Pressure

Mode

X-SPLIT
MCP

ESC Mode
MCS

NO V/V

NC V/V

FR

ON

FR

OFF

RL

OFF

RL

OFF

FL

OFF

FL

OFF

RR

OFF

RR

OFF

LPA

Motor

Empty

Pump

TC V/V

ESV V/V

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON
Empty

12

Brake Assist System (BAS)

Definition of Function
The Brake Assist System (BAS) mode engagement is based on a combination of the
pedal application rate and the pedal force threshold, or a combination of the pedal
application rate and the pedal travel threshold. Once engaged, the boost assist will
remain engaged until the driver reduces the pedal force below a threshold or until the
pedal is released pass a threshold.
Functional Description

brake pressure

additional
pressure

Locking
pressure
hydraulic
support

Detect
Panic

start braking

Master
pressure

time

Concept Design
Function Design (MANDO)

Enter Threshold (MANDO)

Pedal apply rate threshold = 80-120 mm/s 550 bar/s


Pedal apply rate threshold for panic
minimum pedal force
= 250N

100 bar/s
80 bar

Exit Threshold (MANDO)

Pedal apply threshold

= 25 mm

maximum pedal force for exit = 45N (TBD) 10 bar

The HBA will engage in the time that drivers brake force level are not enough for ABS engaged level.
MANDO detect the point that HBA engage by m/c pressure slope down - Pedal apply rate threshold for panic
The exact BA engage and disengage thresholds will be fully calibratable and jointly determined by OEM and supplier.

HBA profile of wheel pressure (MANDO)

Enter / Exit Condition


Condition

Category

Inhibition
condition
(OR)

Fail management

Detail condition

remarks

BA Inhibit Flag = 1

Depend on
Failsafe spec

Directly exit

- Initial braking state M/C pressure slope up to 16 bar/30msec

Emergency Brake
Detection

Tuning parameter

- After initial braking M/C pressure slope down to 2 bar/30msec

Driver Panic Detection

Tuning parameter

60bar < Mpress < 80bar

Not Enough Brake force

Tuning parameter

Up to 0.65g or Not detected road state

High Mu

Tuning parameter

M/C Pressure slope


Entrance
condition
(AND)

MC Pressure
Road State
Vehicle Speed
etc
MC Pressure

Exit
Condition
(OR)

Road State

Vehicle Speed
Braking force recover

Tuning parameter

Up to 30 kph
Before ABS control
Down to 10bar
Up to 100bar

Enough Brake force


Or Brake release

Tuning parameter

1. Road state < 0.45g


2. Road state < 0.6g
(mpress<40bar)

Detect Low mu
(PBA not engage in low mu)

Tuning parameter

Down to 10 kph

Tuning parameter

Mpress Estimated Wheel Press 10bar


(mpress slope > 6bar)

Tuning parameter

Electronic Brake force Distribution (EBD)

Definition of Function
EBD provides proper brake balance without the use of mechanical proportioning valve for both
longitudinally and laterally at full speed range. This function shall also improves vehicle stability
during normal braking.

Functional Description

heavy load

Weight transfer
Braking

Rear Brake Force

Front

EBD Control Area

Rear
Front Brake Force

Input / Output Definition

Input

Direct connected sensor


-. Wheel speed sensor X 4 (FL, FR, RL, RR)
-. Master cylinder pressure(MCP) sensor (ESC system)

Output

Hydraulic Brake Pressure


: control range : 0 ~ 100bar

Concept Design
EBD Control
Rear wheel slip < Front wheel slip
Rear wheel slip increase
Rear wheel slip decrease

Wheel
Speed

Front wheel
Rear wheel
Front
Wheel
Pressure
DUMP

HOLD

RISE

Rear

EBD HOLD, DUMP, RISE mode can calibrated by wheel slip and deceleration
Hold

Dump

Rise

wheel slip(%)

<= -2

<= -4

> -1

wheel decel(g)

<= -1.5

<= -2g

> -1

TL proto calibration

Enter / Exit Condition


Enter Condition

1)
(AND)

2)
(AND)

or

Conditions

Details

Remarks

Vehicle speed

> TP

10kph

Wheel speed deviation

>= TP

1kph

Wheel slip

<= TP

-2%
compensation with
front-rear wheel deceleration

Wheel deceleration

<= TP

-1g

Master cylinder pressure

>= TP

80bar

Vehicle deceleration

< TP

-0.3g

Wheel speed deviation

>= TP

1kph

Wheel slip

<= TP

-1%

< TP

0g

Wheel deceleration

Enter / Exit Condition


Exit Condition

1)
(AND)
2)
(AND)
3)
(AND)

Conditions

Details

Remarks

Vehicle deceleration

> TP

-0.15g

Accel pedal

>TP

5%

Vehicle deceleration

> TP

-0.3g

MP release time

> TP

250ms

Vehicle speed

<= TP

5kph

Vehicle stop time

> TP

10sec

Hill-start Assist Control (HAC)

Definition of Function
The HAC function is intended to hold the vehicle on an uphill incline when brake pedal
is released. This function can simplify vehicle launch on an uphill incline

Functional Description
Drive Torque
Optimal brake torque
to hold the vehicle
Brake Torque w/o HAC

Vehicle Speed w/o HAC

Brake Torque with HAC

Vehicle Speed with HAC

Vehicle Speed with HAC

Vehicle Speed w/o HAC


Rollback Prevent

System Requirement

Required Brake system


-. ESC system

Input Sensors
Sensor

ESC system

Wheel speed sensor X 4EA

Longitudinal acceleration sensor

Master cylinder pressure sensor

Brake pedal on/off switch

Input Signals
Type
CAN

Signal

Remarks

Actual engine torque

Engine RPM

Accel. pedal position (or Throttle position)

Gear selection information

A/T, M/T(optional)

Transmission type indication

A/T or M/T indication

Propulsion system active

Start & Stop only

Engine 12V starter Motor Command On

Start & Stop only

CAN/Analog

Clutch pedal on/off switch information

M/T

CAN/Analog

Reverse gear engage switch information

M/T

Output
-. Brake intervention
-. Rear brake lamp on request

Concept Design

Concept Design

Enter / Exit Condition


Condition

Start & Stop

A/T

M/T

(Long.G TBD1) & D

(Long.G TBD2) & D

(Long.G TBD2) & !R

(Long.G -TBD2) & R

TBD1 : -3%
TBD2 : 8%

Master cylinder pressure

TBD3

TBD3 : 7bar

Vehicle speed

TBD5

TBD5 : 0.25 KPH

On

Engine speed

<450

Propulsion
system active

True

!D

!D

!R

Vehicle speed

TBD6

Hold time over

TBD7

Accel. Pedal 3%
& Engine torque
TBD8

Accel. Pedal 3%
& Engine torque
TBD8

Accel. Pedal >= 3%


& Engine torque
TBD8

Slope &
Gear
Enter
Condition
(AND)

Up hill
down hill

Clutch pedal switch


Auto stop
condition

Gear

Exit
Condition

Up hill
down hill

Drivers Accel. intervention

(OR)
Auto start
condition

Starter motor
command

True

Auto start
delay time

>= TBD9

Inhibit Condition

Refer to Fail
management Spec

Remarks

Only Start & Stop


(SGM Requirements)

TBD6 : 2KPH
TBD7 : 2sec
TBD8 :
depend on slope

TBD9 : 50ms

ESS (Emergency Stop Signal)


Brake Lamp Blinking

Functionality
-

Warning to the behind vehicle with brake


lamp blinking in the emergency braking
situation

Input signals
-

Brake light switch


Wheel speeds
Hazard lamp switch

Output
-

Operating Condition
Emergency signal acts on Vx > 55km/h
Emergency signal activation condition
1) Decel. > 6 by drivers brake apply
2) or ABS Fully Cycling
Blinking period : 41Hz
4 +0/-1Hz(Bulb)

Brake lamp relay activation request

Reset Condition
Emergency signal reset
or Hazard lamp activation
Emergency signal reset condition
1) Decel. is reduced less than 2.5
2) ABS Fully Cycling is finished.

ABS Fully Cycling means the situation that both of front and rear wheel are controlled by ABS function.
Decel : 7.0 [] / 9.8 = 0.612g | 2.5 [] /9.8 = 0.255g

VSQ320265

TEST REPORT NUMBER:

Pedal Force
daN
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
47
50

Circuit 1 Pressure
w/o boost
Mpa
0
0.1
0.4
0.7
1
1.4
1.7
2.1
2.4
2.6
2.8

ANNEX 5. PAGE 1/1


PEDAL EFFORT TO LINE PRESSURE

Circuit 2 Pressure
w/o boost
Mpa

Circuit 1 Pressure
with boost
Mpa
2.8
5.8
9
12.2
14.8
15.2
15.5
15.8
16.2
16.3
16.5

Circuit 2 Pressure
with boost
Mpa

16
14
12
10

Circuit1Pressurew/oboost
Circuit2Pressurew/oboost0

Circuit1Pressurewithboost

Circuit2Pressurewithboost

4
2
0
0

10

20

30

40

50

60

REPORT No

RV

TL

TL ESC

2015. 3. 25

TL (K4) (ESC)


ESC , .

-
- /

1sec: Peak 35%

Yawrate

(Sine with Dwell)

1.75sec: Peak 20%


1.07sec: 1.83m

ESC

- IGN ON
-
- 2

ESC

ENG. & T/M

ESC H/W

TLe #118 1.6 GDI, 2WD MGH-80

STEERING
TYPE

(/)

C-MDPS

1794kg
(953/841)

215/70R16

:
HMC 2

PAGE

Test Summary
1. Purpose
- TLe Sine With Dwell

2. Test Date / Place


- 2015. 03/23
- KATRI Proving Ground

3. Test Condition
Division

Value

Temperature (C)

9.5

Wind Speed (m/s)

Humidity (%)

33

Atmospheric Pressure (hPa)

1028.8

Drive

4th

4. Test Vehicle
Model

Engine

Driveline

T/M

System

Test Weight(Frt/Rr)

Tire

TLe

Gamma 1.6 GDI

FWD

MT

MGH-80 ESC

1794kg(953/841)

HANKOOK 215/70 R16

Test Results
Sine With Dwell Test (Base Angle)
Division

Steer Direction

Vehicle Speed
(km/h)

Steer Angle at Lateral Accel 3.0m/s

24.6

Left Turn

25.7

25.1
80

27.0

Right Turn

27.0

27.2

Average

80

26.1

Test Results
Sine With Dwell Test Results
Test Item

Turn

Left
Turn

Steer Angle
(deg)

Yaw Rate Rusult

Yaw Rate
(deg/s)

Vehicle
Speed
(km/h)

Lateral Displacement
1.00 sec

1.75 sec

Result
(35%)

Result
(20
%)

1.5xA

39.2

13.69

0.24

0.58

1.76

OK

4.27

OK

2.0xA

52.2

17.49

0.76

0.5

4.37

OK

2.83

OK

2.5xA

65.3

22.77

0.25

0.26

1.12

OK

1.17

OK

3.0xA

78.3

25.81

0.22

0.28

0.85

OK

1.08

OK

3.5xA

91.4

29.92

0.53

0.47

1.78

OK

1.58

OK

4.0xA

104.4

32.53

0.12

0.03

0.35

OK

0.1

OK

Travel
(m)

Result
(1.83m)

80
4.5xA

117.5

39.06

0.01

0.08

0.03

OK

0.2

OK

5.0xA

130.5

40.11

0.88

0.29

2.18

OK

0.72

OK

2.62

OK

5.5xA

143.6

42.01

0.51

0.45

1.20

OK

1.06

OK

2.64

OK

6.0xA

156.6

42.86

0.02

0.27

0.05

OK

0.62

OK

2.77

OK

6.5xA

169.7

44.76

0.51

0.36

1.13

OK

0.79

OK

2.72

OK

Max

270

49.21

1.05

0.72

2.15

OK

1.47

OK

3.18

OK

Test Results
Sine With Dwell Test Results
Test Item

Turn

Right
Turn

Steer Angle
(deg)

Yaw Rate Rusult

Yaw Rate
(deg/s)

Vehicle
Speed
(km/h)

Lateral Displacement
1.00 sec

1.75 sec

Result
(35%)

Result
(20
%)

1.5xA

39.2

13.95

0.05

0.31

0.32

OK

2.18

OK

2.0xA

52.2

17.7

0.06

0.17

0.34

OK

0.96

OK

2.5xA

65.3

22.08

0.13

0.38

0.57

OK

1.74

OK

3.0xA

78.3

27.17

0.26

0.96

0.98

OK

3.54

OK

3.5xA

91.4

28.86

0.28

0.13

0.98

OK

0.43

OK

4.0xA

104.4

34.76

0.8

0.16

2.29

OK

0.45

OK

Travel
(m)

Result
(1.83m)

80
4.5xA

117.5

36.5

0.56

0.25

1.54

OK

0.68

OK

5.0xA

130.5

42.46

0.6

0.47

1.42

OK

1.11

OK

2.66

OK

5.5xA

143.6

40.3

0.43

0.11

1.07

OK

0.27

OK

2.65

OK

6.0xA

156.6

43.35

0.13

0.56

0.3

OK

1.29

OK

2.65

OK

6.5xA

169.7

44.37

0.08

0.34

0.17

OK

0.76

OK

2.68

OK

Max

270

60.93

0.52

0.23

0.86

OK

0.38

OK

2.62

OK

Detail Test Results (Sine With Dwell)


1. Left Turn 1.5xA
Yaw Stability
Steer Angle

Turn

39.2

Lateral Displacement

Left

Steer [deg]

40
20
0
-20
-40

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

4.5

Yaw Rate [deg/sec]

20
10

1.76% at 1sec

0
-10
-20

4.27% at 1.75sec
0

0.5

1.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

1 sec

1.75 sec

1.76%

4.27%

Detail Test Results (Sine With Dwell)


2. Left Turn 2.0xA
Yaw Stability
Steer Angle

Turn

52.2

Lateral Displacement

Left

100

Steer [deg]

50
0
-50
-100

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

4.5

Yaw Rate [deg/sec]

20
10

4.37% at 1sec

0
-10
-20

2.83% at 1.75sec
0

0.5

1.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

1 sec

1.75 sec

4.37%

2.83%

Detail Test Results (Sine With Dwell)


3. Left Turn 2.5xA
Yaw Stability
Steer Angle

Turn

65.3

Lateral Displacement

Left

100

Steer [deg]

50
0
-50
-100

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

4.5

Yaw Rate [deg/sec]

40
20

1.12% at 1sec

0
-20
-40

1.17% at 1.75sec
0

0.5

1.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

1 sec

1.75 sec

1.12%

1.17%

Detail Test Results (Sine With Dwell)


4. Left Turn 3.0xA
Yaw Stability
Steer Angle

Turn

78.3

Lateral Displacement

Left

100

Steer [deg]

50
0
-50
-100

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

4.5

Yaw Rate [deg/sec]

40
20

0.85% at 1sec

0
-20
-40

1.08% at 1.75sec
0

0.5

1.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

1 sec

1.75 sec

0.85%

1.08%

Detail Test Results (Sine With Dwell)


5. Left Turn 3.5xA
Yaw Stability
Steer Angle

Turn

91.4

Lateral Displacement

Left

100

Steer [deg]

50
0
-50
-100

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

4.5

Yaw Rate [deg/sec]

40
20

1.78% at 1sec

0
-20
-40

1.58% at 1.75sec
0

0.5

1.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

1 sec

1.75 sec

1.78%

1.58%

Detail Test Results (Sine With Dwell)


6. Left Turn 4.0xA
Yaw Stability
Steer Angle

Turn

104.4

Lateral Displacement

Left

Steer [deg]

200
100
0
-100
-200

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

4.5

Yaw Rate [deg/sec]

40
20

0.35% at 1sec

0
-20
-40

0.1% at 1.75sec
0

0.5

1.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

1 sec

1.75 sec

0.35%

0.1%

Detail Test Results (Sine With Dwell)


7. Left Turn 4.5xA
Yaw Stability
Steer Angle

Turn

117.5

Lateral Displacement

Left

Steer [deg]

200
100
0
-100
-200

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

4.5

Yaw Rate [deg/sec]

40
20

0.03% at 1sec

0
-20
-40

0.2% at 1.75sec
0

0.5

1.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

1 sec

1.75 sec

0.03%

0.2%

Detail Test Results (Sine With Dwell)


8. Left Turn 5.0xA
Yaw Stability
Steer Angle

Turn
Left

2.18%

0.72%

100

0
-100
-200

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

-2

4.5

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

4.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

6
Displacement [m]

20

2.18% at 1sec

0
-20
-40
-60

2.62m

-1

40
Yaw Rate [deg/sec]

1.75 sec

200

Alat [g]

Steer [deg]

130.5

Lateral Displacement
1 sec

0.78% at 1.75sec
0

0.5

1.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

2.62m at 1.07sec

2
0
-2

0.5

1.5

Detail Test Results (Sine With Dwell)


9. Left Turn 5.5xA
Yaw Stability
Steer Angle

Turn
Left

1.2%

1.06%

100

0
-100
-200

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

-2

4.5

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

4.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

6
Displacement [m]

20

1.2% at 1sec

0
-20
-40
-60

2.64m

-1

40
Yaw Rate [deg/sec]

1.75 sec

200

Alat [g]

Steer [deg]

143.6

Lateral Displacement
1 sec

1.06% at 1.75sec
0

0.5

1.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

2.64m at 1.07sec

2
0

0.5

1.5

Detail Test Results (Sine With Dwell)


10. Left Turn 6.0xA
Yaw Stability
Steer Angle

Turn
Left

1.75 sec

0.05%

0.62%

200

100

1
Alat [g]

Steer [deg]

156.6

Lateral Displacement
1 sec

0
-100
-200

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

-2

4.5

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

4.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

20

Displacement [m]

Yaw Rate [deg/sec]

0
-1

40

0.05% at 1sec

0
-20
-40
-60

2.77m

0.62% at 1.75sec
0

0.5

1.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

2.77m at 1.07sec

2
0

0.5

1.5

Detail Test Results (Sine With Dwell)


11. Left Turn 6.5xA
Yaw Stability
Steer Angle

Turn
Left

1.75 sec

1.13%

0.79%

200

100

1
Alat [g]

Steer [deg]

169.7

Lateral Displacement
1 sec

0
-100
-200

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

-2

4.5

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

4.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

20

Displacement [m]

Yaw Rate [deg/sec]

0
-1

40

1.13% at 1sec

0
-20
-40
-60

2.72m

0.79% at 1.75sec
0

0.5

1.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

2.72m at 1.07sec

2
0

0.5

1.5

Detail Test Results (Sine With Dwell)


12. Left Turn Max
Yaw Stability
Steer Angle

Turn
Left

2.15%

1.47%

200

0
-200
-400

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

-2

4.5

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

4.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

Displacement [m]

2.15% at 1sec
0

1.47% at 1.75sec
-50

3.18m

-1

50
Yaw Rate [deg/sec]

1.75 sec

400

Alat [g]

Steer [deg]

270

Lateral Displacement
1 sec

0.5

1.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

3.18m at 1.07sec

2
0
-2

0.5

1.5

Detail Test Results (Sine With Dwell)


13. Right Turn 1.5xA
Yaw Stability
Steer Angle

Turn

39.2

Lateral Displacement

Right

Steer [deg]

40
20
0
-20
-40

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

4.5

Yaw Rate [deg/sec]

20
10

0.32% at 1sec

0
-10
-20

2.18% at 1.75sec
0

0.5

1.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

1 sec

1.75 sec

0.32%

2.18%

Detail Test Results (Sine With Dwell)


14. Right Turn 2.0xA
Yaw Stability
Steer Angle

Turn

52.2

Lateral Displacement

Right

100

Steer [deg]

50
0
-50
-100

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

4.5

Yaw Rate [deg/sec]

20
10

0.34% at 1sec

0
-10
-20

0.96% at 1.75sec
0

0.5

1.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

1 sec

1.75 sec

0.34%

0.96%

Detail Test Results (Sine With Dwell)


15. Right Turn 2.5xA
Yaw Stability
Steer Angle

Turn

65.3

Lateral Displacement

Right

100

Steer [deg]

50
0
-50
-100

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

4.5

Yaw Rate [deg/sec]

40
20

0.57% at 1sec

0
-20
-40

1.74% at 1.75sec
0

0.5

1.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

1 sec

1.75 sec

0.57%

1.74%

Detail Test Results (Sine With Dwell)


16. Right Turn 3.0xA
Yaw Stability
Steer Angle

Turn

78.3

Lateral Displacement

Right

100

Steer [deg]

50
0
-50
-100

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

4.5

Yaw Rate [deg/sec]

40
20

0.98% at 1sec

0
-20
-40

3.54% at 1.75sec
0

0.5

1.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

1 sec

1.75 sec

0.98%

3.54%

Detail Test Results (Sine With Dwell)


17. Right Turn 3.5xA
Yaw Stability
Steer Angle

Turn

91.4

Lateral Displacement

Right

100

Steer [deg]

50
0
-50
-100

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

4.5

Yaw Rate [deg/sec]

40
20

0.98% at 1sec

0
-20
-40

0.43% at 1.75sec
0

0.5

1.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

1 sec

1.75 sec

0.98%

0.43%

Detail Test Results (Sine With Dwell)


18. Right Turn 4.0xA
Yaw Stability
Steer Angle

Turn

104.4

Lateral Displacement

Right

Steer [deg]

200
100
0
-100
-200

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

4.5

Yaw Rate [deg/sec]

40
20

2.29% at 1sec

0
-20
-40

0.45% at 1.75sec
0

0.5

1.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

1 sec

1.75 sec

2.29%

0.45%

Detail Test Results (Sine With Dwell)


19. Right Turn 4.5xA
Yaw Stability
Steer Angle

Turn

117.5

Lateral Displacement

Right

Steer [deg]

200
100
0
-100
-200

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

4.5

Yaw Rate [deg/sec]

40
20

1.54% at 1sec

0
-20
-40

0.68% at 1.75sec
0

0.5

1.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

1 sec

1.75 sec

1.54%

0.68%

Detail Test Results (Sine With Dwell)


20. Right Turn 5.0xA
Yaw Stability
Steer Angle

Turn
Right

1.42%

1.11%

100

0
-100
-200

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

-2

4.5

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

4.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

2
Displacement [m]

40

1.43% at 1sec

20
0
-20
-40

2.66m

-1

60
Yaw Rate [deg/sec]

1.75 sec

200

Alat [g]

Steer [deg]

130.5

Lateral Displacement
1 sec

1.11% at 1.75sec
0

0.5

1.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

2.66m at 1.07sec

-2
-4
-6

0.5

1.5

Detail Test Results (Sine With Dwell)


21. Right Turn 5.5xA
Yaw Stability
Steer Angle

Turn
Right

1.07%

0.27%

100

0
-100
-200

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

-2

4.5

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

4.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

2
Displacement [m]

40

1.07% at 1sec

20
0
-20
-40

2.65m

-1

60
Yaw Rate [deg/sec]

1.75 sec

200

Alat [g]

Steer [deg]

143.6

Lateral Displacement
1 sec

0.27% at 1.75sec
0

0.5

1.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

2.65m at 1.07sec

-2
-4
-6

0.5

1.5

Detail Test Results (Sine With Dwell)


22. Right Turn 6.0xA
Yaw Stability
Steer Angle

Turn
Right

0.3%

1.29%

100

0
-100
-200

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

-2

4.5

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

4.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

2
Displacement [m]

40

0.3% at 1sec

20
0
-20
-40

2.65m

-1

60
Yaw Rate [deg/sec]

1.75 sec

200

Alat [g]

Steer [deg]

156.6

Lateral Displacement
1 sec

1.29% at 1.75sec
0

0.5

1.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

2.65m at 1.07sec

-2
-4
-6

0.5

1.5

Detail Test Results (Sine With Dwell)


23. Right Turn 6.5xA
Yaw Stability
Steer Angle

Turn
Right

0.17%

0.76%

100

0
-100
-200

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

-2

4.5

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

4.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

2
Displacement [m]

40

0.17% at 1sec

20
0
-20
-40

2.68m

-1

60
Yaw Rate [deg/sec]

1.75 sec

200

Alat [g]

Steer [deg]

169.7

Lateral Displacement
1 sec

0.76% at 1.75sec
0

0.5

1.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

2.68m at 1.07sec

-2
-4
-6

0.5

1.5

Detail Test Results (Sine With Dwell)


24. Right Turn Max
Yaw Stability
Steer Angle

Turn
Right

0.86%

0.38%

200

0
-200
-400

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

-2

4.5

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

4.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

Displacement [m]

0.86% at 1sec

50
0

0.38% at 1.75sec
-50

2.62m

-1

100
Yaw Rate [deg/sec]

1.75 sec

400

Alat [g]

Steer [deg]

270

Lateral Displacement
1 sec

0.5

1.5

2
2.5
Time [sec]

3.5

4.5

2.62m at 1.07sec

-2
-4
-6

0.5

1.5

Appendix
Test Method

Steering wheel [deg]

0.7 Hz Sine

Cycle 500ms Pause

=1.5x ~ 6.0 x (0.3g)

Max. : 270 or 6.5x (0.3g)

time


500 msec

TEST 1 DATA - DECEL.

Decel.(g)

[ ] : 1.08g

Time(s)

TEST 1 DATA - maF CURVE

a_MAX : 1.11g
[ ] : 1.08g

Decel.(g)

[ ] : 303.3N

F_ABS : 303.3N
F_ABS, upper : 212.4N
a_ABS : 1.08g
a_ABS req. : 0.92g

Pedal effort (N)

TEST2 DATA BAS

DECEL(g)

PEDAL EFFORT(N)

F_ABS, upper :212.4N

a_BAS Avg. : 1.08g


a_BAS Req. : 0.92g

F_MAX : 94.6N

t0+0.8

t_15KPH
time(sec)

PEDAL EFFORT(N)
REQ.
t0 + 0.8s
~ 10KPH

DECEL.(g)

RESULT

FABS, upper

212.4

MAX. P/F

94.6

FABS, lower (REF.

151.7

MIN. P/F

61.5

REQ.
aBAS(g)

PASS / FAIL

RESULT
0.92

[BAS ] TEST2 BAS

AVERAG
DECEL.

1.08

PASS