Digital Library on Green Mobility


Intelligent Control of Connected Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles

Publication Year: 2019

Author(s): Taghavipour A, Vajedi, M, Azad Nasser L


This book presents the development of real-time intelligent control systems for plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, which involves control-oriented modelling, controller design, and performance evaluation. The controllers outlined in the book take advantage of advances in vehicle communications technologies, such as global positioning systems, intelligent transportation systems, geographic information systems, and other on-board sensors, in order to provide look-ahead trip data. The book contains simple and efficient models and fast optimization algorithms for the devised controllers to address the challenge of real-time implementation in the design of complex control systems.


ISBN: 978-3-030-00314-2

Country: Switzerland

Publisher/Organisation: Springer International Publishing

Rights: Springer Nature Switzerland AG


Theme: Vehicle Technology | Subtheme: Electric vehicles

Tags: E-mobility, PHEVs, Plug-in hybrid vehicles, Battery electric vehicles, Total energy cost, Grid-derived electricity, Fuel, Global positioning systems, GPS, Intelligent transportation systems, GIS, Geographic information systems, Sensors

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