Research on Genetic-fuzzy Control Strategy for Parallel Hybrid Electric Vehicle
AbstractFuzzy control strategy is developed for the dual-clutch single-axis torque coupling parallel hybrid electric vehicle. In this paper the torque distribution fuzzy controller which has been designed for the hybrid vehicle which is optimized by genetic algorithms. The simulation model of the hybrid vehicle was built upon matlab / simulink and ADVISOR software. Then a fuzzy rules and correspondent membership functions had been established and the input language variable and output language variable use trapeziform and deltoid membership functions. After design of fuzzy logic torque controller, the genetic algorithm was introduced and used it to optimize the fuzzy logic torque controller. Under typical condition NEDC, the fuzzy control strategy is optimized both by genetic algorithms with the constraint condition of economy performance and by integrated constraint conditions of economy performance and emission performance. Optimization results show that when the controller is only optimize fuzzy control strategy for economy performance the fuel consumption decreased by 5.3% but the emission of CO and NOx both increased, but when the controller both optimize fuzzy control strategy for economy performance and emission performance the fuel consumption decreased by 4.3% with emission quality improved. So the fuzzy control strategy optimize by the genetic algorithm can improve the fuel consumption obvious.
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Yang, S.; Li, M.; Weng, H.; Liu, B.; Li, Q.; Zhu, Y.; Liu, X. Research on Genetic-fuzzy Control Strategy for Parallel Hybrid Electric Vehicle. World Electr. Veh. J. 2010, 4, 224-231.
Yang S, Li M, Weng H, Liu B, Li Q, Zhu Y, Liu X. Research on Genetic-fuzzy Control Strategy for Parallel Hybrid Electric Vehicle. World Electric Vehicle Journal. 2010; 4(1):224-231.Chicago/Turabian Style
Yang, Shichun; Li, Ming; Weng, Haoyu; Liu, Bao; Li, Qiang; Zhu, Yongli; Liu, Xiu. 2010. "Research on Genetic-fuzzy Control Strategy for Parallel Hybrid Electric Vehicle." World Electr. Veh. J. 4, no. 1: 224-231.