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Energy management strategy for oscillating drivetrains equipped with an electric variable transmission

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In this study the dynamic capability of the Electric Variable Transmission (EVT) is presented based on the tracking of a highly dynamic oscillating load. The targeted applications are 3-phase grid connected machines with periodic motions at high frequencies (> 5) Hz, which result in a high alternating to average power ratio (> 5). The overall consumed grid energy is minimized by a high-level non-parametric cascaded control to recuperate the oscillating load energy in a mechanical energy storage component. Here in this paper, this oscillating energy is stored in the inner rotor of the EVT, thereby making EVT an energy storing device in itself. The drivetrain containing an EVT is also shown to have a good load speed tracking performance with the maximum error of +/-1%.
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Cascaded control, dynamic modeling, electric variable transmission, energy minimization, oscillating drivetrains

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Goyal, Srajan, et al. “Energy Management Strategy for Oscillating Drivetrains Equipped with an Electric Variable Transmission.” 2018 21ST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ELECTRICAL MACHINES AND SYSTEMS (ICEMS), 2018, pp. 2145–50.
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Goyal, S., Verbelen, F., Abdallh, A., Stockman, K., & Sergeant, P. (2018). Energy management strategy for oscillating drivetrains equipped with an electric variable transmission. In 2018 21ST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ELECTRICAL MACHINES AND SYSTEMS (ICEMS) (pp. 2145–2150). Jeju, SOUTH KOREA.
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Goyal, Srajan, Florian Verbelen, Ahmed Abdallh, Kurt Stockman, and Peter Sergeant. 2018. “Energy Management Strategy for Oscillating Drivetrains Equipped with an Electric Variable Transmission.” In 2018 21ST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ELECTRICAL MACHINES AND SYSTEMS (ICEMS), 2145–50.
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Goyal, Srajan, Florian Verbelen, Ahmed Abdallh, Kurt Stockman, and Peter Sergeant. 2018. “Energy Management Strategy for Oscillating Drivetrains Equipped with an Electric Variable Transmission.” In 2018 21ST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ELECTRICAL MACHINES AND SYSTEMS (ICEMS), 2145–2150.
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Goyal S, Verbelen F, Abdallh A, Stockman K, Sergeant P. Energy management strategy for oscillating drivetrains equipped with an electric variable transmission. In: 2018 21ST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ELECTRICAL MACHINES AND SYSTEMS (ICEMS). 2018. p. 2145–50.
IEEE
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S. Goyal, F. Verbelen, A. Abdallh, K. Stockman, and P. Sergeant, “Energy management strategy for oscillating drivetrains equipped with an electric variable transmission,” in 2018 21ST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ELECTRICAL MACHINES AND SYSTEMS (ICEMS), Jeju, SOUTH KOREA, 2018, pp. 2145–2150.
@inproceedings{8578151,
  abstract     = {In this study the dynamic capability of the Electric Variable Transmission (EVT) is presented based on the tracking of a highly dynamic oscillating load. The targeted applications are 3-phase grid connected machines with periodic motions at high frequencies (> 5) Hz, which result in a high alternating to average power ratio (> 5). The overall consumed grid energy is minimized by a high-level non-parametric cascaded control to recuperate the oscillating load energy in a mechanical energy storage component. Here in this paper, this oscillating energy is stored in the inner rotor of the EVT, thereby making EVT an energy storing device in itself. The drivetrain containing an EVT is also shown to have a good load speed tracking performance with the maximum error of +/-1%.},
  author       = {Goyal, Srajan and Verbelen, Florian and Abdallh, Ahmed and Stockman, Kurt and Sergeant, Peter},
  booktitle    = {2018 21ST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ELECTRICAL MACHINES AND SYSTEMS (ICEMS)},
  isbn         = {9788986510201},
  keywords     = {Cascaded control,dynamic modeling,electric variable transmission,energy minimization,oscillating drivetrains},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Jeju, SOUTH KOREA},
  pages        = {2145--2150},
  title        = {Energy management strategy for oscillating drivetrains equipped with an electric variable transmission},
  year         = {2018},
}

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