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Parallel HEV Hybrid Controller Modeling for Power Management

Low Emission Vehicle Research Laboratory, Beijing institute of technology, Beijing 100081, China
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World Electr. Veh. J. 2010, 4(1), 190-196; https://doi.org/10.3390/wevj4010190
Published: 26 March 2010
In this paper, a parallel HEV hybrid controller is developed in the MATLAB/Simulink environment. Using the driver commands, the battery state of charge and the engine map, a set of efficient rules has been developed to efficiently split the power between the engine and the motor. The steps are: 1) Estimate the instantaneous torque demand. 2) Using the estimated torque, the feedback signals and the engine map, find the best operating point and then split the power and let the engine work as near as possible to this efficient point, that can be done by controlling the motor (or generator). In the case of motor, let its torque supply the rest of the torque needed, while the engine works near its efficient point, or in the case of generator, let its torque supply an additional load to put the engine in an efficient point. 3) Control the motor to supply the transient torque demand, and keep the engine torque constant as long time as possible, this help to reduce fuel consumption. Finally simulations of a conventional and hybrid vehicle are performed using Simulink environment to check the controller and series of results will prove the effectiveness of the proposed controller and will show the advantage of hybrid powertrain over conventional one in term of fuel economy.
Keywords: Hybrid Electric Vehicle; Power management; Hybrid Controller; Simulation Hybrid Electric Vehicle; Power management; Hybrid Controller; Simulation
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Adel, B.; Zhang, Y.; Sun, S. Parallel HEV Hybrid Controller Modeling for Power Management. World Electr. Veh. J. 2010, 4, 190-196.

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