Modeling and control strategy development of a parallel hybrid electric bus
Journal article, 2013

This paper presents the system modeling, control strategy design, and experiment validation of a parallel hybrid electric bus with an automatic manual transmission (AMT) and a dry clutch. The mathematical model representation and the system architecture of the powertrain are first described. Next, a complete control scheme including energy management strategy and coordinated control of the AMT and the clutch is presented. The controller and powertrain models are then integrated in a way that the power management and the hybrid driveline perform in real world. The analysis and validation through model simulation and comparison with experiment data are conducted. A good agreement between the model and experiment demonstrates the efficacy and credibility of the integrated model. The integrated model is employed in both simulation and bench-test assessments for the development of a hybrid control unit. The results indicate that the model-based design methodology is beneficial to systematically analyzing and understanding the dynamics of hybrid electric powertrain.

Model based design

Energy management

Powertrain control

:Hybrid electric vehicle

Author

Xiao Ye

Zhenhua Jin

Xiaosong Hu

Chalmers, Signals and Systems, Systems and control, Automatic Control

Y. Li

Qingchun Lu

International Journal of Automotive Technology

1229-9138 (ISSN)

Vol. 14 6 971-985

Areas of Advance

Transport

Energy

Subject Categories

Control Engineering

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10/7/2017