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International Journal of Automotive Technology > Volume 10(6); 2009 > Article
International Journal of Automotive Technology 2009;10(6): 733-742.
J. KIM1, N. KIM2, S. HWANG1, Y. HORI3, H. KIM1
1Sungkyunkwan University
2Argone National Laboratory
3University of Tokyo
A motor control strategy for an input-split hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) is proposed. From a power characteristic analysis, it is found that the powertrain efficiency decreases for speed ratios at which power circulation occurs. Using dynamic models of an input-split HEV powertrain, a motor-generator control algorithm for obtaining high system efficiency is designed by inversion-based control. The performance of the control algorithm is evaluated by the simulator which is developed based on PSAT, and simulation results are compared with the test results. It is found that, even if the engine thermal efficiency is sacrificed by moving the engine operation point from the OOL for the control strategy, improved overall powertrain system efficiency can be achieved by the engine operation that gives a relatively high efficiency from the viewpoint of the overall powertrain efficiency. The control algorithm developed can be used in design of future electric vehicles.
Key Words: Hybrid electric vehicle, Input split, Independent motor control, Simulator
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