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Gestion optimisée des flux énergétiques dans le véhicule électrique

Abstract : This work addresses the management of electrical energy flows within the embedded network of an electric vehicle. The electrical system components were first modeled for purposes of control synthesis and simulation. It is aimed the minimization of lead-acid batteries stress via hybridization with ultracapacitors. Two families of control laws have been conceived and developed, namely a frequency-domain-based law and an optimal Linear Quadratic Gaussian law. A real-time hybrid test bench has been built in order to test these laws. This test bench has two core real-time simulators (RTLAB and dSPACE). A part of the power chain has been either emulated by using suitably-controlled sources or realized by using small-scale real hardware with the similarity factor being respected. ests on the testbed have yielded satisfactory and encouraging results that corroborate the theory.
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Adrian Florescu. Gestion optimisée des flux énergétiques dans le véhicule électrique. Energie électrique. Université de Grenoble, 2012. Français. ⟨tel-00798937v1⟩

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