Failure Research of Vehicle ABS Based on Fuzzy Diagnosis Technology

Wen Ji; Zhong you Chen; Qiang Li
May 2014
Advanced Materials Research;2014, Issue 912-914, p675
Academic Journal
Ultimate principle and means of vehicle ABS failure analysis based on fuzzy diagnosis technology are introduced, and the realization process is analyzed step by step, illustrated by the advanced limousines of Red Flag brand.


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