VP-SIM: A Unified Approach to Energy and Power Flow Modeling Simulation and Analysis of Hybrid Vehicles 2000-01-1565
The aim of this paper is to describe a unified approach to modeling the energy efficiency and power flow characteristics of energy storage and energy conversion elements used in hybrid vehicles. Hybrid vehicle analysis and design is concerned with the storage of energy in three domains - chemical, mechanical, and electrical - and on energy conversions between these domains. The paper presents the physical and mathematical basis of this modeling approach, as well as a modular simulator that embodies the same basic principles. The use of the simulator as an analysis tool is demonstrated through the conceptual design of a sport-utility hybrid drivetrain.
Citation: Rizzoni, G., Guezennec, Y., Brahma, A., Wei, X. et al., "VP-SIM: A Unified Approach to Energy and Power Flow Modeling Simulation and Analysis of Hybrid Vehicles," SAE Technical Paper 2000-01-1565, 2000, https://doi.org/10.4271/2000-01-1565. Download Citation
Giorgio Rizzoni, Yann Guezennec, Avra Brahma, Xi Wei, Troy Miller
The Ohio State University, Delphi Chassis Systems
Future Car Congress
Electric and Hybrid-Electric Vehicles-PT-85