Regenerative Breaking With Power Monitor


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Regenerative Breaking With Power Monitor

Regenerative Breaking With Power Monitor


Abstract: The basic problem of this paper is an estimation of the regenerative braking and downhill driving in terms of the battery electrical vehicle energy saving capabilities. Using an author's toolkit, the benefits of the DTC control of regeneration upon the scalar one are shown and explained. The propulsion motor drive was experimentally studied on the laboratory imitator.As an increase of the energy recovered by regenerative braking has a great potential in extension of the electrical vehicle range, an analysis of this potential is produced in this paper. The paper represents some estimates of the propulsion motor drives in terms of their performance at braking and downhill motion important from the viewpoint of the common vehicle efficiency. The results obtained could affect both the choice of the drive topology and the assessment of the particular drive manufacturing technologies as well as their control strategies.The material is organized as follows. First, the major considerations about the energy efficiency are given and review of multiple literature sources is conducted. Then, the regenerative braking and downhill driving modes are simulated. Here, verification of the above estimates is performed using an authorís toolkit eDrive. Next, an experimental study of the problem on the original drive imitator is described and conclusions are drawn