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Classification and Review of Control Strategies for Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles

Classification and Review of Control Strategies for Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles,10.1109/TVT.2010.2090178,IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technolog

Classification and Review of Control Strategies for Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles   (Citations: 6)
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To reduce fuel consumption and emissions in plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs), it is equally important to select an appropriate drive train topology as it is to develop a suitable power flow control strategy. While there are many control strate- gies that have been developed and presented, most are expansions of hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) control strategies and do not maximize the true potential the PHEV offers as a result of its ability to operate in electric-only mode over a significant distance. In this paper, state-of-the-art control strategies are reviewed and classified in detail. PHEV controllers mostly operate on either a rule-based or an optimization-based algorithm, each having its own advantages and disadvantages. An overview of the controllers is given, and an analysis on which strategy is more suitable to maximize PHEV performance in different drive cycle conditions is provided. Finally, a new classification for PHEV control strategies based on the operation of the vehicle is presented and verified through simulation results. Index Terms—All-electric range (AER), classification, control strategy, drive trains, efficiency, electric motor drives, electric vehicles (EVs), emissions, energy consumption, energy conversion, energy-storage systems (ESSs), fuel economy, hybrid EVs (HEVs), plug-in HEVs (PHEVs), power electronics, propulsion systems.
Journal: IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology - IEEE TRANS VEH TECHNOL , vol. 60, no. 1, pp. 111-122, 2011
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    Daniela CHRENKOet al. An energy and power based approach toward design of power split for ur...

    • ...A review of the state of the art of energy-management strategies or power flow control of PHEV is presented in [15]...
    • ...Rule-based controllers are classified in [15] as deterministic and fuzzy controllers...
    • ...There are several energy-management strategies for plugin vehicles, as classified in [3] and [15]...

    S. G. Liet al. Energy and Battery Management of a Plug-In Series Hybrid Electric Vehi...

    • ...PHEV control strategies can be grouped into three key classifications based on the different modes of operation of a PHEV as a result of the implemented controller, i.e., all-electric + conventional/ hybrid, rule-based blended, and optimization-based blended control strategies [12]...

    Sanjaka G. Wirasinghaet al. Pihef: Plug-In Hybrid Electric Factor

    • ...In general, one can divide the control strategies into optimal, sub-optimal and heuristic (or rule-based) ones [1, 2, 3]. The optimal strategies require detailed a priori knowledge about driving profile and include various optimization methods such as static optimization, dynamic programming, genetic algorithms, etc...

    Michael Stolzet al. Unifying Approach to Hybrid Control Software

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