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The Use of Advanced Optimization Techniques to Develop the Supervisor Control of a Mild Hybrid Diesel Vehicle
Published May 21, 2003 by Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan in Japan
Event: JSAE Spring Conference
The authors have been investigating energy management using algorithms that continuously optimize energy flows of vehicle powertrain. These are functions of performance demands, battery state of charge, emissions requirements and system efficiency. The gains in efficiency become possible from flexibility in engine operating point through the operation of electric drive and intelligent use of ancillary systems.
The authors have applied this approach during development of the ""i-MoGen?? mild hybrid diesel vehicle. In this paper, they extend this approach to Diesel Particulate Filter regeneration strategies and further to include integration with telematics systems.