Impact analysis of the electrified auxiliary system on HEV/PHEV energy efficiency

@inproceedings{Nguyen2015ImpactAO,
  title={Impact analysis of the electrified auxiliary system on HEV/PHEV energy efficiency},
  author={Khoa Duc Nguyen and Salvador Sermeno Mena and Minh Tu Pham and Philippe Le Brusq and Eric Bideaux},
  year={2015}
}
In this paper, we present a completed Hybrid/Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV/PHEV) model including an Electrified Auxiliary System (EAS), and an impact analysis of this auxiliary system on the vehicle energy efficiency. Our approach focus-es only on three auxiliaries (an electrified air supply system, an electrified refrigerator, and an electric hydraulic power steering) but could be applied on other devices. Numerical simulation shows that this system has a high impact on the energy… CONTINUE READING

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