Design and Analysis of Energy Transition in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Power Train Systems

Authors Usha S1, Geetha P2, A. Manimaran2, S. Parasuraman2, T. Karthika2, Selciya Selvan2, D. Kumutha3

1Department of EEE, SRM Institute of Science and Technology, 603203 Chennai, India

2Department of ECE, Karpaga Vinayaga College of Engineering and Technology, 603308 Chennai, India

3Department of BME, Karpaga Vinayaga College of Engineering and Technology, 603308 Chennai, India

Issue Volume 15, Year 2023, Number 3
Dates Received 15 May 2023; revised manuscript received 16 June 2023; published online 30 June 2023
Citation Usha S, Geetha P, A. Manimaran, et al., J. Nano- Electron. Phys. 15 No 3, 03008 (2023)
PACS Number(s) 88.85.Hj
Keywords Electric vehicle, Converter (7) , Controller.

The electrified powertrain is the essential component of all these electric car systems. With the help of our power semiconductor products and intelligent control ICs, it is possible to optimize many targets simultaneously for lower system costs, higher power densities, more effective applications, and modular systems. A hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) is modeled and simulated using the MATLAB – Simulink environment in current research. A discussion of the most popular structures for realizing HEVs is suggested. An electric power motor, electronic power converters, and devices for energy storage are routinely given as part of several modeling processes. The most significant electrical and mechanical modeling results that defined the HEVs are given. This modeling approach is highly beneficial and appropriate for explaining power and automotive electronics. In this research article, the design goal is to offer efficient throttle movement, 0 % steady-state speed error, and to maintain a Selected Vehicle (SV) speed. Comparison research is conducted to determine the superiority of the optimal control approach to enhance fuel economy, decrease pollution, maximize driving safety, and lower manufacturing costs. The maximum power proposed in the hybrid electric vehicle train is 35,000 Watts, higher compared to the existing system of 32,000 Watts.

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