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Energy-Management Strategy for Four-Wheel Drive Electrohydraulic Hybrid System with Optimal Comprehensive Efficiency

SAE International Journal of Passenger Cars - Electronic and Electrical Systems

Chongqing University, China-Yang Yang, Ke Lu, Chunyun Fu
  • Journal Article
  • 07-12-01-0004
Published 2019-08-22 by SAE International in United States
The four-wheel drive electric sport utility vehicle (SUV) requires high dynamic performance, and the front and rear axles are matched with a high-power motor. High-power motors operate under low-speed and low-torque conditions, with low efficiency and large power loss. To reduce the power loss under low-speed and low-load conditions, a hybrid system of front and rear dual motors and dual hydraulic pumps/motors is designed. A simulation model of a four-wheel drive SUV electrohydraulic hybrid system is constructed. Aiming at the optimal energy consumption, a dynamic programming algorithm is adopted to establish the driving control rules of the vehicle. Constrained by the Economic Commission for Europe Regulation No.13 (ECE R13), a braking-force distribution strategy for the front and rear axles is formulated. On the premise of satisfying the braking safety, regenerative braking is preferred, and the braking energy is recovered to the greatest extent possible. The optimal efficiency curve of the motor is identified, and an energy-management strategy based on the optimal efficiency curve of the motor is established. The comprehensive efficiency of the dual motor…
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