Load dependent modelling of electric vehicle propulsion systems

L.A.M. van Dongen, R. van der Graaf, J.A. Schot, W.H.M. Visscher

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    Abstract

    In order to predict and compare the behaviour of electric vehicle propulsion systems it is useful to have an accurate simulation program available. This program should be based bn a detailed load dependent mathematical model of EV drive trains. In depth discriptions of the characteristics of battery, DC motor and mechanical transmission are used in this model. Power flow through all parts of a drive line can accurately be calculated departing from a vehicle duty cycle, in which the speed versus time function is given. Comparisons with measurements show a very good agreement.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationSeptième Symposium International de Véhicule Électrique, Versailles 1984
    Subtitle of host publicationSeventh International Electric Vehicle Symposium (EVS)
    Pages159-165
    Publication statusPublished - 1984
    Event7ème Symposium International de Véhicule Électrique 1984: 7th International Electric Vehicle Symposium (EVS) - Versailles, Paris, France
    Duration: 26 Jun 198426 Jun 1984
    Conference number: 7

    Conference

    Conference7ème Symposium International de Véhicule Électrique 1984
    Abbreviated titleEVS
    CountryFrance
    CityParis
    Period26/06/8426/06/84

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