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Gasoline-HEV Equivalent Consumption and Pollutant Minimization Strategy

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Abstract

This article proposes a strategy which works on the fuel consumption / pollutant compromise with a gasoline Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV). First, a pollutant-constrained optimal energy management is derived from the Pontryagin’s Minimum Principle (PMP). Using only one parameter and considering standardized pollutant emissions, this approach is validated on a high-fidelity HEV model. Then, an online approach called the Equivalent Consumption and Pollutant Minimization Strategy (ECPMS), is explained and applied on a Hybrid Hardware In the Loop (Hy-HIL) test bench. This strategy reproduces the fuel consumption / pollutant trade-off with one tuning parameter and reduces pollutant emissions for a light fuel consumption penalty.

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hal-01241436 , version 1 (10-12-2015)

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Antoine Simon, Pierre Michel, Dominique Nelson Gruel, Yann Chamaillard, Cédric Nouillant. Gasoline-HEV Equivalent Consumption and Pollutant Minimization Strategy. VPPC 2015, IEEE, Oct 2015, Montréal, France. ⟨hal-01241436⟩
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