PES University-Abhishek Puthige, Sharanabasappa Patil
by SAE International in United States
The three wheeled vehicles are extremely popular in the Indian subcontinent and are constantly posting a positive growth in sales. Given this trend and their polluting nature they can be noted as sizeable contributors to the air quality issues plaguing the metropolitans. With the nation aiming at eradicating the use of internal combustion engines (ICE) in passenger transportation by the year 2030, there have been attempts to convert ICE three-wheelers to battery electric three-wheelers. However, the battery electric three-wheelers, which are quite commonly used for end-mile connectivity, serve to highlight the demerits of the technology pertaining to their range, charge cycles, power to weight ratio, and efficiency. Hydrogen based fuel cells are gaining traction as a potential alternative to batteries due to their efficient and clean power generation. The present paper aims to develop and recommend an optimized power management strategy along with a driveline model for addressing intra-city connectivity in a typical Indian city. The simulation models, considering a parallel hybrid electric three-wheeler with a Proton Exchange Membrane fuel cell as the prime mover,…
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