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Electric, Hybrid, and Fuel-Cell Vehicles: Architectures and Modeling
  • C. Chan, A. Bouscayrol, Keyu Chen
  • Engineering, Computer Science
    IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology
  • 1 February 2010
The state of the art for electric, hybrid, and fuel-cell vehicles is reviewed, with a focus on architectures and modeling for energy management.
IEEE VTS Motor Vehicles Challenge 2017 - Energy Management of a Fuel Cell/Battery Vehicle
This paper proposes a challenge focused on the energy management of a Fuel Cell/Battery Vehicle. Both Academic and Professional teams are welcomed to participate in this challenge. The aim of this
Powering Sustainable Mobility: Roadmaps of Electric, Hybrid, and Fuel Cell Vehicles [Point of View]
In a world where environmental protection and energy conservation are growing concerns, the development of electric, hybrid, and fuel cell vehicles has taken on an accelerated pace. The dream of
Influence of control strategies on battery/supercapacitor hybrid Energy Storage Systems for traction applications
The energy storage is key issue for traction applications like Electric Vehicles (EVs) or Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEVs). Indeed, it needs a higher power and energy density, a weak bulk and size, a
Improvement of an EVT-Based HEV Using Dynamic Programming
A parametric study shows that inserting an appropriate gear ratio on the internal-combustion-engine (ICE) shaft can improve the EVT efficiency that becomes close to the THS efficiency.
Power strategies for maximum control structure of a wind energy conversion system with a synchronous machine
The control of a wind energy conversion system can be decomposed into two parts: a local control depending on the power structure and a global control (strategy) deduced from global considerations.
Specifications and Design of a PM Electric Variable Transmission for Toyota Prius II
This paper focuses on an analysis of technical requirements for the design of a permanent-magnet-type electric variable transmission (PM-EVT), which is a novel series-parallel hybrid electric vehicle
Control implementation of a five-leg voltage-source-inverter supplying two three-phase induction machines
This specific pulse width modulation enables an experimental validation of the 5-leg inverter supplying both 3-phase induction machines and independent behaviors of the machines are obtained.