Model-Based Range Extension Control System for Electric Vehicles With Front and Rear Driving–Braking Force Distributions

@article{Fujimoto2015ModelBasedRE,
  title={Model-Based Range Extension Control System for Electric Vehicles With Front and Rear Driving–Braking Force Distributions},
  author={Hiroshi Fujimoto and Shingo Harada},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics},
  year={2015},
  volume={62},
  pages={3245-3254}
}
This paper proposes a model-based range extension control system for electric vehicles. The proposed system optimizes the front and rear driving-braking force distributions by considering the slip ratio of the wheels and the motor loss. The optimal distribution depends solely on vehicle acceleration and velocity. Therefore, this system is effective not only at constant speeds but also in acceleration and deceleration modes. Bench tests were conducted for more precise evaluation and to realize… CONTINUE READING

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