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Control validation of Peugeot 3∞8 HYbrid4 Vehicle Using a Reduced-scale Power HIL Simulation
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Control validation of Peugeot 3∞8 HYbrid4 Vehicle Using a Reduced-scale Power HIL Simulation
Letrouve, Tony; Lhomme, Walter; Bouscayrol, Alain; Dollinger, Nicolas;
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 Abstract
The new engineering challenges lead to a control of a vehicle more and more complex. To tackle this issue, Hardware-In-the-Loop (HIL) simulation is used in the development of real-time embedded systems. In this paper, the control of a double parallel hybrid vehicle is validated using a reduced power HIL simulation. A graphical description is used in order to organize the emulation and control. Some experimental results of a versatile testbed are given for the Peugeot HYbrid4.
 Keywords
Power HIL Simulation;Double parallel HEV;Control;Graphical description;
 Language
English
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