Build state-of-the-art intelligent omnidirectional HEVsEngineer high-performance, low-emission automobiles by overcoming traditional obstacles and efficiently harnessing energy from multiple sources. Hybrid ElectricVehicle Design and Control features complete coverage of all electrical, mechanical, and software components. Find out how to develop fast-charging battery systems, efficiently manage power, implement independent steering and force control, and enhance driving stability and controllability. This comprehensive guide offers detailed modeling, testing, and tuning techniques and provides an overview of emerging developments in hybrid technologies.
4WIS and 4WID hardware and software
Hybrid vehicle design structures
Zero-radius turning and lateral parking
Steer-by-wire and extended steering
Behavior-based and zero-radius steering
Traction force distribution and stability
Battery, energy, and power management systems
Cell equalization and fast-charging control
MPC, load forecasting, and neural network classifi cation
Best performance techniques
Yangsheng Xu is Chair Professor and Pro-Vice Chancellor of the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is a professor of Automation and Computer-Aided Engineering, specializing in robotics, dynamics and control, and manufacturing. Jingyu Yan is a research associate of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, specializing in electric vehicles, battery management system, and predictive control. Huihuan Qian is a research assistant professor of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, specializing in robotics, dynamics and control, and omni-directional vehicles. Tin Lun Lam is a research associate of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, specializing in robotics, human-machine interface, and intelligent control.
Ch 1. IntroductionCh 2. System Design and Implementation Ch 3. Four-wheel Independent Steering Control Ch 4. Four-wheel Independent Force Control Ch 5. Battery Management System Ch 6. Energy Management System Ch 7. Conclusions and Future Works