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Using MATLAB or Simulink, make a filter for Longitudinal/Lateral Acceleration

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Vaibhav 2022년 11월 20일
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For my college assignment, we have been given several tasks. However, this one question is asking to make a software filter for the longitudinal/lateral acceleration for a certain data set of a rally car. They have also asked us to compare the filtered and unfiltered signals.
As someone just starting out in MATLAB, I have absolutely no idea how to do this. If anybody knows how to do so, please help me out. Thanks in advance!
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Vaibhav 2022년 11월 21일
편집: Vaibhav 2022년 11월 21일
Hi, my sincere apologies for violating community guideline. However, I did go through MATLAB documentation as much as I could and I was unable to find anything related to creating a filter for Longitudinal acceleration. Is there anything else I can do, please let me know.
Thank you!
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson 2022년 11월 21일
Well, you have a decision to make.
Do you want to treat the coordinates as being small enough range to be able to treat them as cartesian on a flat plane? Or are the distances or positions involved large enough that you need to work in spherical or geoid coordinates?
I would point out that there are very few rally cars in the world operating at latitudes high (or low) enough that at rally-car speeds that the geoid correction becomes important for any practical purposes. For example with typical GPS you can only measure position down to 1 to 3 metres; if you add a fixed-position extra-transmitter you can get down to about the cm position range, so it probably does not make sense to worry about milli-G calculation precision.

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