Performance of a Nonlinear Real-Time Optimal Control System for HEVs/PHEVs during Car Following

  title={Performance of a Nonlinear Real-Time Optimal Control System for HEVs/PHEVs during Car Following},
  author={Kaijiang Yu and Junqi Yang},
  journal={J. Applied Mathematics},
This paper presents a real-time optimal control approach for the energy management problem of hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) with slope information during car following. The new features of this study are as follows. First, the proposed method can optimize the engine operating points and the driving profile simultaneously. Second, the proposed method gives the freedom of vehicle spacing between the preceding vehicle and the host vehicle. Third… CONTINUE READING

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