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Approche modulaire de l'optimisation des flux de puissance multi-sources et multi-clients, à visée temps réel

Abstract : The energy systems describe a class of systems whose from structural and functional characteristics raise the problem of the energy distribution to satisfy the services in real time. The solution of this multi-objectives problem, namely energetic, is the energy management strategy, whose design is still an open problem. The solutions studied in this thesis are incorporated in the framework of an industrial partnership and particularly in those systemic design approaches. The first contribution is a methodology of modular and generic design of the energy management strategy, for the multi- clients and multi-sources systems. It defines two types of functional elements: the clients and the sources, interacting through a node, which is the carrier of thestrategy. The second contribution deals with thegeneric formulation of the strategy and itssimplification by means of decomposition in accordance with two problems: the hybridization of sources and the competition of clients, which a real ready known in the literature. The third contribution is partial to the selection of innovative or existing algorithms, which are compatible with a real-time target to execute the strategy. Finally, the energy strategy of a refrigerated truck with a hybrid energy architecture is designed by the proposed modular approach, and the algorithm feasibility is validated by the simulation.
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Clement Fauvel. Approche modulaire de l'optimisation des flux de puissance multi-sources et multi-clients, à visée temps réel. Automatique / Robotique. Ecole des Mines de Nantes, 2015. Français. ⟨NNT : 2015EMNA0181⟩. ⟨tel-01245429⟩

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