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|Title:||Exclusive Operation Strategy for the Supervisory Control of Series Hybrid Electric Vehicles|
|Keywords:||Science & Technology;Technology;Automation & Control Systems;Engineering, Electrical & Electronic;Engineering;Automotive control;benchmark;energy management;heuristic control;hybrid electric vehicle (HEV);supervisory control;PONTRYAGINS MINIMUM PRINCIPLE;MANAGEMENT STRATEGY;ENERGY MANAGEMENT;CONSUMPTION;POWERTRAINS;EFFICIENCY;ECMS;Industrial Engineering & Automation; Electrical And Electronic Engineering;0102 Applied Mathematics|
|Publisher:||Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)|
|Description:||Supervisory control systems (SCSs) are used to manage the powertrain of hybrid electric vehicles (HEV). This paper presents a novel SCS called Exclusive operation strategy (XOS) that applies simple rules based on the idea that batteries are efficient at lower loads while engines and generators are efficient at higher loads. The XOS is developed based on insights gained from three conventional SCSs for series HEVs: Thermostat control strategy (TCS), Power follower control strategy (PFCS) and Global equivalent consumption minimization strategy (GECMS). Also, recent technological developments have been considered to make the XOS more suited to modern HEVs than conventional SCSs. The resulting control decisions are shown to emulate the operation of approximate global optimal solutions and thus achieve significant improvement in fuel economy as compared to TCS and PFCS. In addition, the generally linear relationship between required power and engine power for the XOS provides auditory cues to the driver that are comparable to conventional vehicles, thus reducing barriers to adopting HEVs. The simplicity and effectiveness of the XOS makes it a practical SCS.|
|Type Of Material:||Other|
|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Engineering|
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