Energy Management in Series-Parallel Hybrid Electric Vehicles Using Fuzzy Logic Controller

Saeideh Ziapour RAZLIGHI
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Abstract


This paper describes and introduces a nonlinear model for series-parallel Toyota Prius hybrid electric vehicle (HEV). Required information of driving cycle has been extracted with using Advisor simulation software. Due to optimum power split, we proposed a fuzzy logic compensator that has the duty to split power between energy sources. This compensator help set of planetary gears in order to achieve that goal in accordance to instantaneous power changing. The simulation results of the control strategy, it turns out that our proposed approach raises the efficiency of costs.

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