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Electric vehicle using EMR and SimulinkTM

Contributors

Walter LHOMME (lecturer) Associate professor at University of Lille 1.

 

Objective

The study relates to an electric vehicle approaching the cars available on the market of the type Peugeot 106 or Citroen Saxo.

The goal of this simulation session is to determine the control of this vehicle and to validate it by simulation using Matlab-SimulinkTM. The system will be modelled via the Energetic Macroscopic Representation (EMR). An inversion-based control will be then deduced from the EMR.

 

Outline

The studied vehicle is driven by one electric machine. The machine technology will be at D.C. current with excited-field or an induction machine for the most initiated. In order to simplify the system, the battery will be modelled by a simple source of D.C. voltage.
We suggest to break down this session into several steps: modelling and system analysis, system control by inversion step by step, and performances analysis for a part of a urban cycle test (example of a vehicle type which can be studied on figures 1, 2, and 3).
The inversion-based control has been validated in real-time on the experimental set-up of L2EP using a Hardware-in-the-loop simulation with a dSPACE controller board, machines and converters (Figure 4).

Fig. 1 Studied EV


Fig 2. EMR and deduced control of the studied EV

Fig 3. Matlab-SimulinkTM Model of the studied EV

Fig 4. Experimental set-up at University of Lille (L2EP)

 

References

W. Lhomme, Ph. Delarue, Ph. Barrade, A. Bouscayrol,
"Maximum Control Structure of a series hybrid electric vehicle using supercapacitors",
EVS'21,
Monaco, April 2005
(common paper of L2EP Lille and LEI EPF Lausanne).

W. Lhomme, P. Delarue, P. Barrade, A. Bouscayrol,
"Design and control of a supercapacitors storage system for traction applications",
IEEE-IAS'05,
Hong-Kong, October 2005
(common paper of L2EP Lille and LEI EPF Lausanne).

A. Bouscayrol, W. Lhomme, P. Delarue, B. Lemaire-Semail, S. Aksas,
"Hardware-in-the-loop simulation of electric vehicle traction systems using Energetic Macroscopic Representation",
IEEE-IECON'06,
Paris, November 2006,
(common paper L2EP Lille and dSPACE France).

A. Bouscayrol, M. Pietrzak-David, P. Delarue, R. Peña-Eguiluz, P. E. Vidal, X. Kestelyn,
"Weighted control of traction drives with parallel-connected AC machines",
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics,
Vol. 53, no. 6, pp. 1799-1806, December 2006
(common paper of L2EP Lille and LEEI Toulouse)..

W. Lhomme, R. Trigui, P. Delarue, B. Jeanneret, A. Bouscayrol, F. Badin,
"Switched causal modeling of transmission with clutch in hybrid electric vehicles",
IEEE Transaction on Vehicular Technology,
to be published in may 2008
(common paper L2EP Lille, LTE-INRETS according to MEGEVH project).

A. Bouscayrol, A. Bruyère, P. Delarue, F. Giraud, B. Lemaire-Semail, Y. Le Menach, W. Lhomme, F. Locment,
"Teaching drive control using Energetic Macroscopic Representation - initiation level",
EPE'07,
Aalborg (Denmark), September 2007.

K. Chen, P. Delarue, A. Bouscayrol, R. Trigui,
"Influence of control design on energetic performances of an electric vehicle",
IEEE-VPPC'07,
Arlington (USA), September 2007,
(common paper L2EP Lille and LTE INRETS Bron according to MEGEVH project)


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