Optimal Operating Strategy for Hybrid Railway Vehicles Based on a Sensitivity Analysis

  title={Optimal Operating Strategy for Hybrid Railway Vehicles Based on a Sensitivity Analysis},
  author={Maik Leska and Robert Prabel and Harald Aschemann and Andreas Rauh},
  journal={IFAC Proceedings Volumes},
Abstract The potential fuel savings of hybrid vehicles strongly depend on the energy management strategy, which distributes the required power between the prime mover and the additional power sources. Here, it is necessary to take into account the efficiencies of the whole propulsion system. In this paper, a novel operating strategy is developed that considers the efficiencies of all major components of the propulsion system. Fuel-optimal load points are calculated off-line by using a numerical… 

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