Ning Ding, K. Prasad, T. T. Lie
Blended mode, Control strategy, Emission, Fuel economy, PHEV, Simulation, SoC
Electric Vehicles (EVs) have been extensively researched to reduce the fuel consumption and tailpipe emission. The series-parallel power-split Plug-in Electric Vehicle (PHEV) has been considered as one of the most suitable candidates. It contains both an internal combustion engine (ICE) and an electrical storage system (ESS) to achieve a better driving performance. The energy management system (EMS) is significant for a PHEV to improve the efficiency of the whole system. Electric vehicle mode (EV), charging depletion (CD) and charging sustaining (CS) modes will be discussed to build a control strategy in this study. This control strategy will be implemented with the state of charge (SoC) to show its impact through a simulation study.
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Ning Ding, K. Prasad, T. T. Lie. (2017) The Design of Control Strategy for Blended Series-Parallel Power-Split PHEV – A Simulation Study . International Journal of Transportation Systems, 2, 21-24