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Optimized energy management strategy for a HEV equipped with an electrical variable transmission system

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One key research for developing an efficient drivetrain design is finding optimal Energy Management Strategies (EMS) where the control parameters are optimized for achieving a high performance, improving fuel economy, maintaining battery state of charge (SoC) and satisfying charging limitations at the meantime. The present work addresses an Electrical Variable Transmission (EVT) based HEV and combines a Rulebased (RB) strategy into an optimization-based (OB) low pass filter EMS technique for such a hybrid system. Investigation of the results indicates the proposed EMS enables efficient distribution of power between sources while minimizing fuel consumption and satisfying the EMS control objectives.
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HEV (hybrid electric vehicle), Modeling, Optimization, Energy consumption, Battery SoC (State of Charge)

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Vafaeipour, Majid, et al. “Optimized Energy Management Strategy for a HEV Equipped with an Electrical Variable Transmission System.” 32rd Electric Vehicle Symposium (EVS32), Proceedings, 2019.
APA
Vafaeipour, M., Tran, D.-D., El Baghdadi, M., Verbelen, F., Sergeant, P., Stockman, K., … Hegazy, O. (2019). Optimized energy management strategy for a HEV equipped with an electrical variable transmission system. In 32rd Electric Vehicle Symposium (EVS32), Proceedings. Lyon.
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Vafaeipour, Majid, Dai-Duong Tran, Mohamed El Baghdadi, Florian Verbelen, Peter Sergeant, Kurt Stockman, Joeri Van Mierlo, and Omar Hegazy. 2019. “Optimized Energy Management Strategy for a HEV Equipped with an Electrical Variable Transmission System.” In 32rd Electric Vehicle Symposium (EVS32), Proceedings.
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Vafaeipour, Majid, Dai-Duong Tran, Mohamed El Baghdadi, Florian Verbelen, Peter Sergeant, Kurt Stockman, Joeri Van Mierlo, and Omar Hegazy. 2019. “Optimized Energy Management Strategy for a HEV Equipped with an Electrical Variable Transmission System.” In 32rd Electric Vehicle Symposium (EVS32), Proceedings.
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Vafaeipour M, Tran D-D, El Baghdadi M, Verbelen F, Sergeant P, Stockman K, et al. Optimized energy management strategy for a HEV equipped with an electrical variable transmission system. In: 32rd Electric Vehicle Symposium (EVS32), Proceedings. 2019.
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M. Vafaeipour et al., “Optimized energy management strategy for a HEV equipped with an electrical variable transmission system,” in 32rd Electric Vehicle Symposium (EVS32), Proceedings, Lyon, 2019.
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  abstract     = {One key research for developing an efficient drivetrain design is finding optimal Energy Management
Strategies (EMS) where the control parameters are optimized for achieving a high performance, improving
fuel economy, maintaining battery state of charge (SoC) and satisfying charging limitations at the meantime.
The present work addresses an Electrical Variable Transmission (EVT) based HEV and combines a Rulebased (RB) strategy into an optimization-based (OB) low pass filter EMS technique for such a hybrid system.
Investigation of the results indicates the proposed EMS enables efficient distribution of power between
sources while minimizing fuel consumption and satisfying the EMS control objectives.},
  author       = {Vafaeipour, Majid and Tran, Dai-Duong and El Baghdadi, Mohamed and Verbelen, Florian and Sergeant, Peter and Stockman, Kurt and Van Mierlo, Joeri and Hegazy, Omar},
  booktitle    = {32rd Electric Vehicle Symposium (EVS32), Proceedings},
  keywords     = {HEV (hybrid electric vehicle),Modeling,Optimization,Energy consumption,Battery SoC (State of Charge)},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Lyon},
  pages        = {8},
  title        = {Optimized energy management strategy for a HEV equipped with an electrical variable transmission system},
  year         = {2019},
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