Browse Publications Technical Papers 2020-01-2259
2020-09-15

Study on Hybrid Control Methods of Heavy-Duty Plug-In Hybrid Vehicle for Improving Fuel Economy and Emissions 2020-01-2259

Fuel consumption and exhaust gas emission regulations are being tightened around the world year by year. Electric vehicles are needed to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. Especially, Plug-in hybrid heavy-duty vehicles (PHEVs) are expected to become widespread. PHEVs enable all-electric modes, as well as hybrid modes, using both engines and electric motors, but the control system significantly affects the characteristics of fuel consumption and gas emission.
In this study, we used new testing machine (we call extended HILS) to analyze the fuel consumption and gas emission for different plug-in hybrid control systems and investigated the optimal control method for PHEVs.

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