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Application of Robust Multivariable Control on Energy Management of Hybrid Electric Vehicles

Application of Robust Multivariable Control on Energy Management of Hybrid Electric Vehicles

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In this paper, the design and development of robust multivariable control design is presented to highlight
some of the automotive engineering practical issues with an emphasis on a non-trivial application of Hybrid
Electric Vehicle (HEV) Energy Management. Most of the existing energy management approaches are not
model-based dynamic systems and/or do not address the concepts of robust stability and performance.
considering a multi-input multi-output (MIMO) dynamics of the HEV model, subject to uncertain
parameters and dynamics, it is demonstrated that the two subsystems of the HEV dynamics with strong
interactions (ie internal combustion engine and integrated DC motor/generator) are effectively controlled
over a defined drive cycle. The employed multivariable mixed-mu control synthesis provides guaranteed
stability- and performance robustness for the plant under investigation and is shown to yield satisfactory
performance subject to parametric uncertainties (such as combustion lag, rotational moment of inertia and
damping), unmodeled complex-valued uncertainty (due to fueling delay) and unmeasurable exogenous plant
disturbance (e.g. vehicle load). Simulation results verify that robust multivariable control systems design
could be a breakthrough to production of hybrid electric vehicles by yielding significant improvements on
the emission, fuel consumption, calibration time and cost.
In this paper, the design and development of robust multivariable control design is presented to highlight
some of the automotive engineering practical issues with an emphasis on a non-trivial application of Hybrid
Electric Vehicle (HEV) Energy Management. Most of the existing energy management approaches are not
model-based dynamic systems and/or do not address the concepts of robust stability and performance.
considering a multi-input multi-output (MIMO) dynamics of the HEV model, subject to uncertain
parameters and dynamics, it is demonstrated that the two subsystems of the HEV dynamics with strong
interactions (ie internal combustion engine and integrated DC motor/generator) are effectively controlled
over a defined drive cycle. The employed multivariable mixed-mu control synthesis provides guaranteed
stability- and performance robustness for the plant under investigation and is shown to yield satisfactory
performance subject to parametric uncertainties (such as combustion lag, rotational moment of inertia and
damping), unmodeled complex-valued uncertainty (due to fueling delay) and unmeasurable exogenous plant
disturbance (e.g. vehicle load). Simulation results verify that robust multivariable control systems design
could be a breakthrough to production of hybrid electric vehicles by yielding significant improvements on
the emission, fuel consumption, calibration time and cost.

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