Menggu Jiang, Yixian Su
School of Information, North China University of Technology, Beijing 100144, China
As a new energy vehicle, range-extended electric tractor have the advantages of long driving range and low pollutant emissions. However, at present, most extended battery have problems of insufficient energy management and high consumption.Therefore, it is necessary to study the energy management strategy of the extended-range electric vehicle battery. The additional battery provides power and power for the whole vehicle, realizes on-board charging through the expansion field, provides charging function when parking, and can be connected to the power grid; High voltage power supply safety management function; High voltage battery charger, high voltage power supply device, high voltage circuit current detection function, manual maintenance switch, battery system thermal management system, monitoring system operation status detection function.In order to construct the advanced energy management strategy and carry out the effective simulation analysis, based on the Cruise platform, this paper studies the power system matching and energy management control strategy of the extended battery, and completes the power system matching according to the vehicle dynamic parameters and the basic parameters of the vehicle. In this paper, a Cruise vehicle model of an extended-range extended battery is established on the Cruise professional simulation software platform, and joint simulation experiments are performed based on the energy management strategy model built in Matlab / Simulink. Simulation results show that the control algorithm designed in this paper satisfies the vehicle's driving needs,improves the economy of the vehicle by 6.84%, better controls the change of battery SOC. So as to verify the dynamics and economics of the power system and to evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of using this energy management strategy in different operating conditions, this paper studies the dynamics and economics under different cycling conditions. The vehicle power system matching and energy management strategies designed in this article have better economic characteristics when driving in this cycle.
Cruise Platform, Energy Management Strategy, Extended Electric, Battery SOC, Cruise Vehicle Model, Power System Matching
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