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Regenerative Braking System of Electric Vehicle Driven By BLDC Motor Using Neuro- Fuzzy and PID

  title={Regenerative Braking System of Electric Vehicle Driven By BLDC Motor Using Neuro- Fuzzy and PID},
  author={V. Sindhuja and G. Ranjitham},
Regenerative braking can improve energy usage efficiency and can extend the driving distance of Electric Vehicles. Innovative Regenerative Braking System of EV driven by BLDC motor is recommended. In this technique, Brushless DC motor is controlled by traditional Proportional Integral Derivative control, and the braking force distribution is done by ANFIS. This reasoning is quite sluggish compared to PID. Thus PID is used to control the negative torque of the motor when brake is pressed. This… 

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