Real time energy management algorithm for hybrid electric vehicle

Abstract : The rapid development of mobile Internet and smart devices and advent of new generation of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) increase information about future driving conditions and makes on-board energy management of Hybrid Electrical Vehicle (HEV) realistic. In this paper we propose a real time energy management algorithm RT EMA for a HEV composed of batteries and Super-Capacitors (SC). We suppose that the On-board Dedicated Computer (ODC) has a permanent Internet connection and has the possibility to perform Google-Maps application queries to calculate 3D route to destination. Based on 3D route to destination and average speeds for each road segment the state of charge ( ) for battery and SC at the end of each receding horizon are predicted. A cost function considering the efficiency of battery, SC, DC/DC converter and electric motor as well as the battery life cycles increase is presented and an optimization problem is formulated and resolved. As ODC for real-time communication and computation we use Samsung Galaxy Pad which is an Android smart device. Performance results in terms of energy optimization, increased battery life and computing time are given which show the practical usefulness of this approach and application. Such a system can be made available to potential users of HEV as well as to the Android community driver members who share information on the state of traffic flow via their Android mobile phones [30].
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Arben Cela, A. Hrazdira, A. Reama, R. Hamouche, Silviu-Iulian Niculescu, et al.. Real time energy management algorithm for hybrid electric vehicle. ITSC 2011, Oct 2011, Washington, United States. pp.335-340, ⟨10.1109/ITSC.2011.6082979⟩. ⟨hal-00665034⟩



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