MIMO H ∞ control for power source coordination – application to energy management systems of electric vehicles

@inproceedings{Nwesaty2014MIMOH,
  title={MIMO H ∞ control for power source coordination – application to energy management systems of electric vehicles},
  author={Waleed Nwesaty and Antoneta Iuliana Bratcu and Olivier Sename},
  year={2014}
}
This paper deals with a control strategy used for designing energy management systems within average-power electric vehicles. The power supply system is composed of three sources, namely a fuel cell, a battery and an ultracapacitor – specialized within distinct frequency ranges – which must be coordinated in order to satisfy power demand of the vehicle’s electrical motor. The three sources with their associated DC-DC converters are paralleled on a common DC-bus supplying the electrical motor… CONTINUE READING
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