Optimal Control Theory Applied to Hybrid Fuel Cell Powered Vehicle

@inproceedings{Paganelli2002OptimalCT,
  title={Optimal Control Theory Applied to Hybrid Fuel Cell Powered Vehicle},
  author={Gino Paganelli and T. M. Guerra and Sebastien Delprat and Y C Guezennec and Giorgio Rizzoni},
  year={2002}
}
This paper focuses on the energy management control strategy for a hybrid fuel cell powered vehicle. A method based on optimal control theory is presented. This control strategy has been applied to a representative hybrid PEM (Proton Exchange Membrane) fuel cell mid-size vehicle. Simulation results on a priori known driving cycle are presented and compared to a sub-optimal strategy. Copyright © 2002 IFAC 
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