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Towards a generic control-oriented model for HEV predictive energy management

Abstract : The increased interest in model-based control techniques for the energy management of hybrid electric vehicles has led to a focus on generic modeling in order to allow an effective integration in model-based design procedures. An architecture-free model ensures modularity with a view to control design. Under mild assumptions, a generic model for the torque and the rotational speed of a hybrid electric vehicle is proposed in this article. In addition, the mathematical formulation of the fuel consumption minimization and the intrinsic problem of torque split are addressed. In order to illustrate its ability to handle the constraints, a model predictive control formulation is presented and applied to a dual-clutch transmission hybrid architecture.
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Nicoleta Stroe, Guillaume Colin, Karim Ben-Cherif, Sorin Olaru, Yann Chamaillard. Towards a generic control-oriented model for HEV predictive energy management. AAC2016 - 8th IFAC International Symposium on Advances in Automotive Control, Jun 2016, Kolmarden, Sweden. pp.266-271. ⟨hal-01338065⟩



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