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A control allocation approach to manage multiple energy sources in EVs

A control allocation approach to manage multiple energy sources in EVs,10.1109/VPPC.2011.6043190,Ricardo de Castro,Pedro Melo,Pedro Pacheco,Rui Esteve

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    • ...A more practical controller is then derived, based on the Control Allocation (CA) framework [8], often used in aeronautics [9], maritime [10] and automotive [11] applications, but adapted in this work to the EMS problem...
    • ...i.e. the battery and SC, the Control Allocation framework [8] was employed...
    • ...To take full advantage of the CA framework, the weights Wbat;Wsc;Wsoc should be carefully selected in accordance with the vehicle operation mode, which was accomplished by employing fuzzy logic (see [19] for additional details)...

    Ricardo de Castroet al. A control allocation approach to manage multiple energy sources in EVs

    • ...The SC SOC is a key variable to ensure an efficient distribution of energy between the SCs and the batteries, as discussed in the literature [15-17]...
    • ...Thus, even if optimal noncausal solutions are known [15], these cannot always be implemented in practice and causal solutions, based on Neural Networks[16], stochastic control [17], among others, are normally employed in real vehicles...

    Ricardo de Castroet al. DC link control for multiple energy sources in electric vehicles

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