Development of an Advanced Rule-Based Control Strategy for a PHEV Using Machine Learning
AbstractThis paper presents an advanced rule-based mode control strategy (ARBC) for a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) considering the driving cycle characteristics and present battery state of charge (SOC). Using dynamic programming (DP) results, the behavior of the optimal operating mode was investigated for city (UDDS×2, JC08 ×2) and highway (HWFET ×2, NEDC ×2) driving cycles. It was found that the operating mode selection varies according to the driving cycle characteristics and battery SOC. To consider these characteristics, a predictive mode control map was developed using the machine learning algorithm, and ARBC was proposed, which can be implemented in real-time environments. The performance of ARBC was evaluated by comparing it with rule-based mode control (RBC), which is a CD-CS mode control strategy. It was found that the equivalent fuel economy of ARBC was improved by 1.9–3.3% by selecting the proper operating mode from the viewpoint of system efficiency for the whole driving cycle, regardless of the battery SOC. View Full-Text
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Son, H.; Kim, H.; Hwang, S.; Kim, H. Development of an Advanced Rule-Based Control Strategy for a PHEV Using Machine Learning. Energies 2018, 11, 89.
Son H, Kim H, Hwang S, Kim H. Development of an Advanced Rule-Based Control Strategy for a PHEV Using Machine Learning. Energies. 2018; 11(1):89.Chicago/Turabian Style
Son, Hanho; Kim, Hyunhwa; Hwang, Sungho; Kim, Hyunsoo. 2018. "Development of an Advanced Rule-Based Control Strategy for a PHEV Using Machine Learning." Energies 11, no. 1: 89.
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