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Driveline Torque Profiling Based on Speed Estimation for xEVs
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
To be published on April 14, 2020 by SAE International in United States
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This paper suggests a method to formulate the driveline torque command for vehicles that use electric motor as part of their sources for providing driving power. The shape of the driveline torque profile notably influences the drivability criteria of the vehicle, and among them, driveline NVH and responsiveness are often tradeoffs for each other. Hence the real-time computed driveline torque profiling (DTP) enables formulation of the effective torque command at any given time to simultaneously satisfy both NVH and responsiveness criteria. Such task is fulfilled by using a shaft distortion prediction model based on a motor speed observer. A compensation torque command based on the amount of shaft distortion is formulated to prevent the shaft distortion with minimum effort. The effectiveness of the suggested driveline torque profiling method is verified using an actual vehicle, and the vehicle NVH and responsiveness are numerically assessed for comparison.
CitationOh, J., Eo, J., Kim, S., and Kim, D., "Driveline Torque Profiling Based on Speed Estimation for xEVs," SAE Technical Paper 2020-01-0964, 2020.
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