Smart charging and anti-idling systems [electronic resource] / Yanjun Huang, Soheil Mohagheghi Fard, Milad Khazraee, Hong Wang, and Amir Khajepour
- Huang, Yanjun (Mechanical engineer)
- [San Rafael, California] : Morgan & Claypool, 2018.
- Physical Description:
- 1 PDF (viii, 81 pages) : illustrations
- Additional Creators:
- Fard, Soheil Mohagheghi, Khazraee, Milad, Wang, Hong (Engineer), and Khajepour, Amir
- Synthesis lectures on advances in automotive technology, 2576-8131 ; # 4
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- 1. Introduction -- 1.1 Motivation -- 1.2 Review of anti-idling products -- 1.2.1 Mobile products -- 1.2.2 Stationary products -- 1.3 Summary --, 2. Powertrain modeling and component sizing for the smart charger -- 2.1 Modeling -- 2.1.1 Vehicle longitudinal dynamics -- 2.1.2 Generator modeling -- 2.1.3 Battery modeling -- 2.1.4 Engine modeling -- 2.2 Design optimization -- 2.2.1 Optimization algorithm structure -- 2.2.2 Objective cost function -- 2.2.3 Optimization constraints -- 2.3 Design optimization -- 2.4 Summary --, 3. Driving and service cycle estimation -- 3.1 Prediction of the auxiliary load in service vehicles -- 3.2 Driving information estimation -- 3.3 Summary --, 4. Power management controller design for the smart charger -- 4.1 Two-level DP-adaptive ECMS power management controller -- 4.1.1 High-level controller -- 4.1.2 Lower-level controller -- 4.1.3 Case study -- 4.2 The MPC-based power management controller -- 4.2.1 Prescient MPC -- 4.2.2 Average-concept based MPC -- 4.3 Summary --, and 5. Conclusions -- References -- Authors' biographies.
- As public attention on energy conservation and emission reduction has increased in recent years, engine idling has become a growing concern due to its low efficiency and high emissions. Service vehicles equipped with auxiliary systems, such as refrigeration, air conditioning, PCs, and electronics, usually have to idle to power them. The number of service vehicles (e.g. public-school tour buses, delivery-refrigerator trucks, police cars, ambulances, armed vehicles, firefighter vehicles) is increasing significantly with tremendous social development. Therefore, introducing new anti-idling solutions is inevitably vital for controlling energy unsustainability and poor air quality. There are a few books about the idling disadvantages and anti-idling solutions. Most of them are more concerned with different anti-idling technologies and their effects on the society rather than elaborating an anti-idling system design considering different applications and limitations. There is still much room to improve existing anti-idling technologies and products. In this book, we took a service vehicle, refrigerator truck, as an example to demonstrate the whole process of designing, optimizing, controlling, and developing a smart charging system for the anti-idling purpose. The proposed system cannot only electrify the auxiliary systems to achieve anti-idling, but also utilize the concepts of regenerative braking and optimal charging strategy to arrive at an optimum solution. Necessary tools, algorithms, and methods are illustrated and the benefits of the optimal anti-idling solution are evaluated.
- 9781681733647 ebook
- Part of: Synthesis digital library of engineering and computer science.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 71-77).
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- Mode of access: World Wide Web.
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