Development of Driving Cycle for Hybrid Electric Tactical Wheeled Vehicle
This paper describes development process of a driving cycle for a hybrid electric tactical wheeled vehicle. The process is composed of documentation of a mission profile, acquisition of driving simulation data and generation of driving cycle by data processing. The document of a mission profile describes a military operation including vehicle maneuver and operation of mission equipment. A virtual driving simulation environment was built and used to acquire driving simulation data. Driving simulation was carried out 5 to 10 times in order to increase the reliability of data. The most suitable data was selected and the final driving cycle was generated after data processing. The driving cycle developed in this research is used to improve the fuel economy of a hybrid electric tactical wheeled vehicle.
S. Jeong et al., "Development of Driving Cycle for Hybrid Electric Tactical Wheeled Vehicle," Proceedings of the 26th Electric Vehicle Symposium (2012, Los Angeles, CA), vol. 3, pp. 1993-1998, Electric Vehicle Association of the Americas (EVAA), May 2012.
26th Electric Vehicle Symposium, EVS 2012 (2012: May 6-9, Los Angeles, CA)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Laboratory
Keywords and Phrases
Driving cycle; Hybrid electric vehicle; Tactical vehicle; Wheeled vehicle
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01 May 2012