Hybrid propulsion systems can give an effective contribution to compensate the low on-board energy storage capability of pure electric vehicles. The prediction of the performance of a hybrid thermalelectric vehicle is complex, due to the interaction of several components exchanging different kind of energy among them. A detailed model is required for the components selection, sizing and optimization, as well as for a model based control. This paper describes the theoretical and experimental activities developed at DOE for setting up a Hybrid City Minibus. A preliminary model validation has been carried out with in field data, evidencing the possibility to obtain a fully model based vehicle control.

Hybrid propulsion systems can give an effective contribution to compensate the low on-board energy storage capability of pure electric vehicles. The prediction of the performance of a hybrid thermal-electric vehicle is complex, due to the interaction of several components exchanging different kind of energy among them. A detailed model is required for the components selection, sizing and optimization, as well as for a model based control. This paper describes the theoretical and experimental activities developed at DOE for setting up a Hybrid City Minibus. A preliminary model validation has been carried out with in field data, evidencing the possibility to obtain a fully model based vehicle control. Copyright © 2004 SAE International.

Design and optimization of a hybrid city minibus

ANATONE, MICHELE;CIPOLLONE, Roberto
2004

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Hybrid propulsion systems can give an effective contribution to compensate the low on-board energy storage capability of pure electric vehicles. The prediction of the performance of a hybrid thermalelectric vehicle is complex, due to the interaction of several components exchanging different kind of energy among them. A detailed model is required for the components selection, sizing and optimization, as well as for a model based control. This paper describes the theoretical and experimental activities developed at DOE for setting up a Hybrid City Minibus. A preliminary model validation has been carried out with in field data, evidencing the possibility to obtain a fully model based vehicle control.
Hybrid propulsion systems can give an effective contribution to compensate the low on-board energy storage capability of pure electric vehicles. The prediction of the performance of a hybrid thermal-electric vehicle is complex, due to the interaction of several components exchanging different kind of energy among them. A detailed model is required for the components selection, sizing and optimization, as well as for a model based control. This paper describes the theoretical and experimental activities developed at DOE for setting up a Hybrid City Minibus. A preliminary model validation has been carried out with in field data, evidencing the possibility to obtain a fully model based vehicle control. Copyright © 2004 SAE International.
Hybrid propulsion systems can give an effective contribution to compensate the low on-board energy storage capability of pure electric vehicles. The prediction of the performance of a hybrid thermal-electric vehicle is complex, due to the interaction of several components exchanging different kind of energy among them. A detailed model is required for the components selection, sizing and optimization, as well as for a model based control. This paper describes the theoretical and experimental activities developed at DOE for setting up a Hybrid City Minibus. A preliminary model validation has been carried out with in field data, evidencing the possibility to obtain a fully model based vehicle control. Copyright © 2004 SAE International.
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