Coordinate Control of Mode Switching for Hybrid Electric Vehicle with a Differential-Coupling-Based System
Aiming to the problem of mode switching control encountered on the differential-coupling-based hybrid electric vehicle (HEV), HEV operation modes and the characteristics of three power sources (the engine, motor and generator) are analyzed in this paper and the dynamic coordinated control algorithm was brought forward. Then, the co-simulation was performed based on the AVL/Cruise and Matlab/Simulink/Stateflow, and the simulation results show that the coordinated control strategy can effectively eliminate the torque ripple during the mode switching and improve the vehicle ride comfort.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: March 1, 2012
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