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Title

A proposal for the propulsion system of a series hybrid electric vehicle

AuthorsCaratozzolo, Patricia; Serra, Maria ; Ocampo-Martinez, Carlos ; Riera, Jordi
KeywordsControl theory
Automation: Power system control: Power transmission control
Automation: Transport control
Transportation engineering
Electric power transmission
Issue Date2003
PublisherInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
CitationPESC03 IEEE Annual Conference on Power Electronics Specialist: pp. 586-591 (2003)
AbstractHybrid Electric Vehicles, HEV, are an attractive opportunity to use new energy sources in road transportation, not only to minimize fuel consumption but also to reduce air pollution. Efforts are being made to improve the HEV electrical subsystems, such as electric motors, power converters, electronic controllers, energy management units, batteries, and the more important: the system-level integration and optimization. This paper pretends to contribute in the improvement of the hybrid drive-train configuration applying a new motion system, the Joint System, JS. In this article the authors show the possible application of JS, in a simplified HEV model with series configuration. An optimized vector control technique is applied to the JS propulsion drive to enhance the HEV performance. The performance of the Series HEV model with JS power-train has been checked by simulation.
DescriptionIEEE Annual Conference on Power Electronics Specialist (PESC), 2003, Acapulco (Mexico)
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/30396
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