Time-varying MPC-based energy management for HEV including engine stop & start

Abstract : —In this paper, the energy management of hybrid electric vehicles is considered and two problems are addressed: torque split and engine stop-start policies. Model predictive control potential is proven especially for the decision to stop the engine at the proper moment and also to anticipate engine restart. A piecewise linear polynomial with respect to torque is used to approximate the fuel consumption and it will be shown that its partition can be exploited to implicitly consider engine stop decision. The strategy is applied to a dual-clutch transmission hybrid architecture which was simulated on a high-fidelity vehicle model.
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Nicoleta Stroe, Sorin Olaru, Guillaume Colin, Karim Ben-Cherif, Yann Chamaillard. Time-varying MPC-based energy management for HEV including engine stop & start. 20th International Conference on System Theory, Control and Computing (ICSTCC), Oct 2016, Sinaia, Romania. pp.790 - 795, ⟨10.1109/ICSTCC.2016.7790764⟩. ⟨hal-01429252⟩

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