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Fast Model Predictive Control with Application on Energy Management of Hybrid Electric Vehicles

Fast Model Predictive Control with Application on Energy Management of Hybrid Electric Vehicles

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The aim of this work is to present a fast modelvpredictive control (FMPC) algorithm with an emphasis on the application for energy management of hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs). The main goal of energy management in hybrid electric vehicles is to reduce the CO2 emissions with enhanced fuel consumption for a hybrid powertrain. The applicability of conventional MPC in the energy management setting has shown a main drawback of MPC algorithms where they currently cannot be implemented on-line due to the real-time numerical optimisation requirements. Our proposed control methodology employs the proposed FMPC algorithm to overcome the shortcomings of classical MPC, such as hardware constraints due to burdensome online calculations. Some of the main control system challenges will be discussed in the context of enegy management of hybrid electric vehicles research being undertaken in our Automotive Mechatronics Centre. We will demonstrate that our proposed algorithm could be a promising practical approach over a defined drive cycle while providing significant impact on the emission, fuel consumption and calibration time to production of hybrid electric vehicles.
The aim of this work is to present a fast modelvpredictive control (FMPC) algorithm with an emphasis on the application for energy management of hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs). The main goal of energy management in hybrid electric vehicles is to reduce the CO2 emissions with enhanced fuel consumption for a hybrid powertrain. The applicability of conventional MPC in the energy management setting has shown a main drawback of MPC algorithms where they currently cannot be implemented on-line due to the real-time numerical optimisation requirements. Our proposed control methodology employs the proposed FMPC algorithm to overcome the shortcomings of classical MPC, such as hardware constraints due to burdensome online calculations. Some of the main control system challenges will be discussed in the context of enegy management of hybrid electric vehicles research being undertaken in our Automotive Mechatronics Centre. We will demonstrate that our proposed algorithm could be a promising practical approach over a defined drive cycle while providing significant impact on the emission, fuel consumption and calibration time to production of hybrid electric vehicles.

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