|Implementation methodology of powertrain for series-hybrid military vehicles applications equipped with hybrid energy storage|
|Title of paper||Implementation methodology of powertrain for series-hybrid military vehicles applications equipped with hybrid energy storage|
|Author||Seongjun Lee, Jonghoon Kim|
|Status of publication||published|
This paper investigates a component-sizing method and a power-control algorithm for series-hybrid
military vehicles equipped with hybrid energy storages that comprise batteries and super-capacitors.
Component sizing of the powertrain is determined by the performance specification that is related to
mission profiles and power-flow control methods. In order to minimize the effects of mission profiles
and power-flow control methods, the linear programming (LP) technique is employed. The LP problem
for minimizing the output energy from the engine under different conditions of driving cycles and capacities
of the energy storage system (ESS) is solved to eliminate the effect of the power distribution.
Through analyzing the effects of different power and energy ratings of the ESS, the optimal values of
power and energy capacities of the ESS are determined. The design approaches are extensively verified
with simulations and experimental results of a reduced-scale per-unit equivalent system of the 10-ton
series-hybrid electric vehicle (SHEV).