In this paper, a novel model-based energy management system for light-electric two-wheeled vehicles (EVs) is proposed, which aims at reducing the energy consumption by actively modifying the driving-style. The proposed control architecture is capable of regulating the battery state of charge by imposing a desired discharge rate, which is tracked by means of speed and acceleration controllers. These are adapted based on the a-priori knowledge of the route, gathered via cartographic data and road slope information available on the internet. Such a system was successfully implemented on instrumented vehicles, and experimental data are reported to demonstrate the feasibility of the proposed approach.

An active energy management system for light two-wheeled electric vehicles

DARDANELLI, ANDREA;TANELLI, MARA;SAVARESI, SERGIO MATTEO
2013

Abstract

In this paper, a novel model-based energy management system for light-electric two-wheeled vehicles (EVs) is proposed, which aims at reducing the energy consumption by actively modifying the driving-style. The proposed control architecture is capable of regulating the battery state of charge by imposing a desired discharge rate, which is tracked by means of speed and acceleration controllers. These are adapted based on the a-priori knowledge of the route, gathered via cartographic data and road slope information available on the internet. Such a system was successfully implemented on instrumented vehicles, and experimental data are reported to demonstrate the feasibility of the proposed approach.
Proceedings of the 7th IFAC Symposium on Advances in Automotive Control
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