Emulating Electric Vehicle Regenerative and Friction Braking Effect using a Hardware-In-The-Loop (HIL) Motor/Dynamometer Test Bench
This paper provides a new approach for emulating electric vehicle (EV) braking performance on a motor/dynamometer test bench. The brake force distribution between regenerative braking and friction braking of both the front and rear axles are discussed in detail. A brake controller is designed, which represents a very close model of an actual EV braking system and takes into account both regenerative and friction braking limitations. The proposed brake controller is then integrated into the existing controller of an EV Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) test bench, and its performance is validated in real-time using the same experimental setup.
P. Fajri et al., "Emulating Electric Vehicle Regenerative and Friction Braking Effect using a Hardware-In-The-Loop (HIL) Motor/Dynamometer Test Bench," Proceedings of the 40th Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society (2014, Dallas, TX), pp. 2997-3003, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Nov 2014.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1109/IECON.2014.7048936
40th Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society (2014: Oct. 30-Nov. 1, Dallas, TX)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
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Brakes; Braking; Controllers; Electric Machine Control; Electric Vehicles; Friction; Friction Materials; Front Axles; Hardware; Industrial Electronics; Regenerative Braking; Synthetic Apertures; Traction Motors; Tribology; Vehicles; Brake Controller; Braking System; Existing Controllers; Force Distributions; Friction Braking; Hardware In The Loops; New Approaches; Test Benches; Braking Performance; Electric Vehicle (EV); Motor/Dynamometer; Motor/dynamometer
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