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Standard ID GB/T 41600-2022 (GB/T41600-2022)
Description (Translated English) Straight-line driving stability test procedure for automobile
Sector / Industry National Standard (Recommended)
Classification of Chinese Standard T23
Classification of International Standard 43.040.50
Date of Issue 2022-07-11
Date of Implementation 2022-11-01

Standards related to: GB/T 41600-2022

GB/T 41600-2022
ICS 43.040.50
CCS T 23
Straight-line Driving Stability Test Procedure for
ISSUED ON. JULY 11, 2022
Issued by. State Administration for Market Regulation;
Standardization Administration of the People’s Republic of China.
Table of Contents
Foreword... 3 
1 Scope... 4 
2 Normative References... 4 
3 Terms and Definitions... 4 
4 Measurement Parameters... 4 
5 Test Equipment... 5 
6 Test Conditions... 5 
7 Test Process... 6 
8 Test Data Processing... 7 
Appendix A (informative) An Example of Test Information Record... 10 
Appendix B (normative) Requirements for Data Pre-processing... 12 
Straight-line Driving Stability Test Procedure for
1 Scope
This document specifies the straight-line driving stability test procedure for automobile.
This document is applicable to Type-M and Type-N automobiles defined in GB/T 15089.The
other types of automobile may take this as a reference.
2 Normative References
The contents of the following documents constitute indispensable clauses of this document
through the normative references in this text. In terms of references with a specified date, only
versions with a specified date are applicable to this document. In terms of references without a
specified date, the latest version (including all the modifications) is applicable to this document.
GB/T 3730.2 Road Vehicle - Masses - Vocabulary and Codes
GB/T 12534-1990 Motor Vehicles - General Rules of Road Test Method
GB/T 12549 Terms and Definitions for Vehicle Controllability and Stability
GB/T 15089 Classification of Power-driven Vehicles and Trailers
3 Terms and Definitions
What is defined in GB/T 3730.2, GB/T 12534-1990, GB/T 12549 and GB/T 15089, and the
following terms and definitions are applicable to this document.
3.1 Straight-line Driving Stability
Straight-line driving stability refers to the characteristic of maintaining or recovering to the
original driving state after being subjected to external disturbances when a vehicle is driving in
a straight line. It is characterized by the steering wheel correction amount during the process of
straight-line driving in a limited straight-through lane.
4 Measurement Parameters
The following parameters need to be measured in the test.
shall comply with the exit-factory technical conditions of the vehicle. Before the test, the
vehicle shall be subjected to running-in of at least 150 km of normal driving. If old tyres are
used, after the test, the depth of the residual tyre tread pattern shall be not less than 1.6 mm.
6.2 Test Road Conditions
The test site shall be a flat, clean, dry and evenly paved road; the slope of the test road shall not
exceed 2% (preferably 1.5%) in any direction. The length of the road section in the
recommended test interval is 500 m ~ 1,000 m. For each test, the road conditions, slopes and
paving materials shall all be recorded in Appendix A.
6.3 Test Environment
During the test, the ambient wind velocity is measured at a height of 1 m from the road surface;
the maximum ambient wind velocity should not exceed 3 m/s. Under ideal conditions, the
ambient wind velocity shall not exceed 1.5 m/s. If the wind velocity exceeds 1.5 m/s during the
test, the influence of crosswind shall be avoided. When the atmospheric temperature is within
the range of 0 C ~ 40 C, the environmental conditions for each test shall be recorded, as it is
shown in Appendix A.
7 Test Process
7.1 Pre-heating
Before the formal test, the driver shall pre-heat the vehicle at the test speed; the driving distance
shall not be lower than 50 km. Meanwhile, the driver shall be familiar with the test requirements
and test site.
The test is a closed-loop test, and the test results with different drivers will be different.
Therefore, the test shall adopt the same equipment and be completed by the same driver.
7.2 Straight-line Driving Process
The vehicle maintains a stable driving speed during the test. The test speed is 80% of the
maximum speed of the sample vehicle, and rounded up to an integer multiple of 10.
Alternatively, the vehicle speed may be used as a benchmark to increase or decrease the test
speed (the speed interval is 20 km/h); the maximum test speed shall not exceed the safe speed
of the test site. During the whole test process, it shall be ensured that the deviation of the vehicle
speed does not exceed 3% of the specified vehicle speed in the test; the test vehicle shall be
recorded in detail in the test report. If necessary, the test may add the operating condition of
acceleration or deceleration.
In the straight-line driving test area, stakes shall be set up, or lane markings shall be drawn on
the ground; the width of the lane shall be increased by 0.4 m on the basis of the width of the
test vehicle. Before entering the test area, the vehicle shall achieve a straight-line driving state
in advance and maintain for at least 100 m or a duration of 3 s. During the test, the driver shall
control the steering wheel in accordance with the normal driving habits, so as to ensure that the
test vehicle runs straight through in the lane. During the test, if the stakes are knocked down, or
the lane markings are crossed, then, the current test is invalid.
In the whole test area, the time history of each sensor signal needs to be recorded. The valid
test data in both forward and reverse directions shall not be less than 3 sets. The total mileage
of the valid data finally obtained shall not be less than 4 km. Meanwhile, record the test
8 Test Data Processing
8.1 Test Data Pre-processing
In order to maintain the vehicle running in the test lane, the driver needs to operate the steering
wheel. The angle and the angular velocity of the steering wheel during this process are collected
as indicators of evaluating the straight-line driving performance of the vehicle. The data pre-
processing should adopt the following parameters.
a) cut-off frequency. fc not less than 30 Hz;
b) data filtering. using anti-aliasing filter;
c) sampling time interval is determined in accordance with the performance index of the
anti-aliasing filter used in the data acquisition process on the basis of satisfying the
cut-off frequency.
The test data pre-processing method shall comply with the requirements of Appendix B.
8.2 Calculation of Test Evaluation Indexes
The standard deviation of steering wheel angle in the kth test shall be calculated in accordance
with Formula (1).
swk---the standard deviation of the steering wheel angle, expressed in ();
swki---the instantaneous value of steering wheel angle of the ith sampling point of the kth test,
expressed in ();
---the average value of the steering wheel angle of the kth test, expressed in ().
Appendix B
Requirements for Data Pre-processing
B.1 Overview
The frequency range of the test and evaluation is 0 Hz ~ 5 Hz.
B.2 Analog Signal Debugging
B.2.1 Bandwidth requirements for sensors and acquisition systems
The bandwidth shall be greater than or equal to 8 Hz.
B.2.2 Requirements for filters
Signal filtering shall adopt a low-pass filter. The passband bandwidth (frequency f0 of 0 Hz ~
3 dB) shall not be less than 9 Hz. Within the frequency range of 0 Hz ~ 5 Hz, the amplitude
error shall be less than  0.5%. All analog signals shall be processed by filters with the same
phase characteristics, so as to ensure that the time delay caused by filtering is the same.
In order to preserve low-frequency signals, the signals shall be DC-coupled. Since the filtering
of analog signals containing different frequency components will cause phase shifts, the digital
signal processing method described in B.3 should be adopted.
B.3 Aliasing Errors and Anti-aliasing Filters
B.3.1 Analog signal processing
Preparation for analog signal processing includes. selecting the sampling frequency and filter
amplitude attenuation characteristics, filter phase lag and time delay characteristics that avoid
aliasing errors.
B.3.2 General requirements for sampling and digitization
The contents that need to be considered in sampling and digitization. pre-sampling
magnification, bits per sampling, sampling size per cycle, sample and hold amplifier, and
sample space to minimize digitization error. For other digital filters without phase shifts, the
selection of passband, stopband, attenuation and allowable ripple, as well as the correction of
filter phase lag need to be considered.
In order to achieve the acquisition accuracy of  0.5% of the overall data, the above-mentioned
factors are of great importance.
Adopt the attenuation and phase shift information of the Butterworth filter to avoid
uncorrectable aliasing errors. Before sampling and digitization, the analog signals shall be
correctly filtered. The selection of filter order and its passband shall be determined in
accordance with the frequency range of interest and the requirements for signal flatness at the
corresponding sampling frequency. The minimum filtering characteristics and minimum
sampling frequency shall satisfy.
a) within the frequency range of 0 Hz ~ 5 Hz, the maximum attenuation of the analog
signals shall be less than the resolution of the signal digitization;
b) at 1/2 sampling frequency (i.e., the Nyquist frequency or folding frequency), the
magnitude of all frequency components of the signal and noise is reduced to less than
the digitization resolution.
Example. for a resolution of 0.05%, within the 5 Hz range, the amplitude attenuation of the filter is less
than 0.05%. For all frequencies above 1/2 sampling frequency, the amplitude attenuation is
greater than 99.95%.
B.3.3 Requirements for filter order
In order to ensure the effect of data processing, the recommended anti-aliasing filter is forth-
order or higher.
Adopt anti-aliasing filtering and avoid excessive analog signal filter. In addition, all filters shall
have the same phase characteristics, so as to ensure that the time delay difference between the
signals satisfies the accuracy requirements of time domain measurement.
NOTE. since the phase shift and the corresponding time delay will increase when the amplitudes
of the measured variables are multiplied, when the measured variables are multiplied to
form a new variable, the phase shift shall be paid special attention to. By increasing the
cut-off frequency f0 of the filter, the phase shift and time delay can be reduced.
B.4 Sampling and Digitization
The dynamic errors caused by the analog input variation exceeding 0.1% shall be limited; the
sampling or digitization time shall be less than 32 s. Each pair or set of sample data to be
compared shall be collected simultaneously or within a sufficiently short period of time.
Digitization shall adopt 14-bit or a higher resolution ( 0.05%), 2 LSB ( 0.1%) precision
system. The amplification of the analog signal before digitization shall ensure that in the process
of digitization, the comprehensive error caused by limited resolution and inaccuracy of
digitization shall be less than 0.25%.
B.5 Digital Filter without Phase Shift
For filtering used for data evaluation, the digital filter without phase shift (zero-phase-shift)
shall have the following characteristics (see Figure B.1).