Research on Compound Coordinated Control for a Power-Split Hybrid Electric Vehicle Based on Compensation of Non-Ideal Communication Network

To improve the mode switching quality of the power-split hybrid electric vehicle (PS-HEV), a compound torque coordinated control strategy is proposed. Aiming at the problem of engine dynamic response lag, the engine real-time torque estimator is designed, and then the torque ripple at the output end of the power coupling mechanism is reduced through the basic motor torque compensation. On this basis, considering the existence of non-ideal communication networks in actual vehicle control systems, the tremendous impact of communication network time delay and interruption on the mode switching stability and vehicle fuel consumption has been deeply revealed. Then the compound coordinated control strategy including the BP-smith predictive controller, motor torque change rate limiting module, network transmission mechanism with fixed communication priority and fault-tolerant torque coordinated control module is put forward and verified by simulation and hardware-in-the-loop test. The results show that the compound coordinated control strategy could still guarantee the system stability, mode switching smoothness and vehicle fuel economy under the interference of stochastic communication delay and interruption.


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  • Accession Number: 01765413
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Feb 2 2021 10:19AM