Energy Recovery for the Main and Auxiliary Sources of Electric Vehicles
AbstractBased on the traditional regenerative braking electrical circuit, a novel energy recovery system for the main and auxiliary sources of electric vehicles (EVs) has been developed to improve their energy efficiency. The electrical circuit topology is presented in detail. During regenerative braking, the recovered mechanical energy is stored in both the main source and the auxiliary source at the same time. The mathematical model of the proposed system is derived step by step. Combining the merits and defects of H2 optimal control and H∞ robust control, a H2/H∞ controller is designed to guarantee both the system performance and robust stability. The perfect match between the simulated and experimental results validates the notion that the proposed novel energy recovery system is both feasible and effective, as more energy is recovered than that with the traditional energy recovery systems, in which recovered energy is stored only in the main source. View Full-Text
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Ye, M.; Jiao, S.; Cao, B. Energy Recovery for the Main and Auxiliary Sources of Electric Vehicles. Energies 2010, 3, 1673-1690.
Ye M, Jiao S, Cao B. Energy Recovery for the Main and Auxiliary Sources of Electric Vehicles. Energies. 2010; 3(10):1673-1690.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ye, Min; Jiao, Shengjie; Cao, Binggang. 2010. "Energy Recovery for the Main and Auxiliary Sources of Electric Vehicles." Energies 3, no. 10: 1673-1690.