Optimal Control of Hybrid Vehicles provides a description of power train control for hybrid vehicles. The background, environmental motivation and control challenges associated with hybrid vehicles are introduced. The text includes mathematical models for all relevant components in the hybrid power train. The power split problem in hybrid power trains is formally described and several numerical solutions detailed, including dynamic programming and a novel solution for state-constrained optimal control problems based on the maximum principle. Real-time-implementable strategies that can approximate the optimal solution closely are dealt with in depth. Several approaches are discussed and compared, including a state-of-the-art strategy which is adaptive for vehicle conditions like velocity and mass. Three case studies are included in the book: ac a control strategy for a micro-hybrid power train; ac experimental results obtained with a real-time strategy implemented in a hybrid electric truck; and ac an analysis of the optimal component sizes for a hybrid power train. Optimal Control of Hybrid Vehicles will appeal to academic researchers and graduate students interested in hybrid vehicle control or in the applications of optimal control. Practitioners working in the design of control systems for the automotive industry will also find the ideas propounded in this book of interest.Tremblay O, Dessaint LA, Dekkiche AI (2007) A generic battery model for the dynamic simulation of hybrid electric vehicles. ... IEEE, New York, pp 284a 289 Tyrus JM, Long RM, Kramskaya M, Fertman Y, Emadi A (2004) Hybrid electric sport utility vehicles. ... for use in vehicles. http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/ LexUriServ.do?uri:OJ:L:2010:229:0001:0138:EN:PDF UN/ECE (2012) Regulation No 83 ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Optimal Control of Hybrid Vehicles|
|Author||:||Bram de Jager, Thijs van Keulen, John Kessels|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-04-05|