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Component Sizing for the Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) of Our Own Making Using Dynamic Programming
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 Title & Authors
Component Sizing for the Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) of Our Own Making Using Dynamic Programming
Kim, Gisu; Kim, Jinseong; Park, Yeong-il;
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 Abstract
Generally, the fuel economy of hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) is effected by the size of each component. In this study the fuel economy for HEV of our own making is evaluated using backward simulator, where dynamic programming is applied. In a competition, the vehicle is running through the road course that includes many speed bumps and steep grade. Therefore, the new driving cycle including road grade is developed for the simulation. The backward simulator is also developed through modeling each component. A performance map of engine and motor for component sizing is made from the existing engine map and motor map adapted to the HEV of our own making. For optimal component sizing, the feasible region is defined by restricting the power range of power sources. Optimal component size for best fuel economy is obtained within the feasible region through the backward simulation.
 Keywords
Hybrid Electric Vehicle;Dynamic Programming;Component Sizing;Fuel Economy;HEV performance;Backward simulation;
 Language
Korean
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