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Simple Hybrid Electric Vehicle Optimization

This model demonstrates the plug-in series HEV fuel consumption optimization problem based on the backward-looking architecture. The model is created using scalable powertrain components.

The Global Optimization Toolbox is used as the optimizer with the objective function being the sum of the gasoline consumption and battery state of charge. The parameters to be optimized are the genset speed and torque which determine the most efficient power output of the genset. Customizable parameters allow for optimizations based on various specified inputs.


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Model Images
  • SimpleHybridElectricVehicle Optimization is possible in Maple using an intuitive interactive interface or a full API to connect the environments.
  • Model diagram of the system Model diagram of the system
  • subsystem Subsystem view of the vehicle model with battery, engine, and power management subsystems
  • Plots Simulation results