Energy management strategies for hybrid electric vehicles

  title={Energy management strategies for hybrid electric vehicles},
  author={P. Caratozzolo and Maria Serra and Jaime Riera},
Hybrid electric vehicles are commonly known as a promising solution to reduce the fuel consumption with existing technology for the near future. Due to the presence of at least two power converters in the powertrain, there is a new degree of freedom compared to conventional vehicles. An appropriate control of this degree of freedom is required to achieve lowest possible fuel consumption. The objective of this thesis is to develop novel control algorithms for the before mentioned degree of… CONTINUE READING
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