Simulation of Battery SOC State of a Hybrid Electric Vehicle (Applying a Proposed Method of Road Inclination Convert to a Data Received by GPS)

This report evaluates a position of SOC (State of Charge) along with a down hill drive on a real world to its simulation on an emission chassis dynamometer with a gradient road load. On a down hill drive, a vehicle kinetic energy regenerates the battery continuously and an amount of charge volume which shifts the battery SOC up. Excessive charge is a negative factor for the battery life which is designed both a long term of life and a long distance of drive. This regenerating driving mode could not be evaluated on a flat road. A gradient drive way or a gradient simulation system forced energy into a vehicle could evaluate the mode. To evaluate, on the one hand some necessary investigation is carried out to a realization of a down hill drive simulation on an emission chassis dynamometer and problems hitting upon the investigation has been clarified. On the other hand the real world data driving down hill is measured by HEV (Hybrid Electric Vehicle). The real world data collected by GPS (Global Positioning System) has fluctuated widely. This report proposes a method of spline interpolation to the data for a chassis simulation test and reviews the results of the test to the real world mode and evaluates the studies. And here the author also reports an applied chassis simulation for the study of this method.

  • Authors:
    • Sakamoto, Toshiyuki
  • Publication Date: 2009


  • English

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  • Accession Number: 01150844
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Feb 12 2010 1:32PM