Simulation of Higher Voltage Vehicles to Optimize Performance 2001-01-2498
This paper describes the simulation of a bi-tensional (14 Volt/42 Volt) hybrid vehicle. The focus is on gaining a better understanding of vehicle sub-system interactions through simulation. Sensitivity to assumptions on the simulated performance of the vehicle is examined. Variations in the simulation will focus on energy storage, power generation, motoring, and load management. Optimization of system interactions, relative to the desired vehicle performance and function, are considered in the conclusion.
The 42-Volt Electrical System-PT-99, 42 Volt Technology and Advanced Vehicle Electrical Systems-SP-1636, SAE 2001 Transactions Journal of Passenger Cars - Electronic and Electrical Systems-V110-7
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