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International Journal of Engineering Research in Computer Science and Engineering (IJERCSE)

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International Journal of Engineering Research in Electrical and Electronic Engineering(IJEREEE)

Monthly Journal for Electrical and Electronic Engineering

ISSN : 2395-2717 (Online)

Call For Paper : Vol. 9, Issue 1 2022
A Comparative Study of Hybrid Electric Vehicles

Author : Faizah Fayaz 1 Farhad Ilahi Bakhsh 2

Date of Publication :25th January 2018

Abstract: Two big problems which restrict the development of automobile industry are environmental pollution and energy storage. With this concern, the Hybrid electrical vehicle has been developed to achieve energy saving and emission reduction. A conventional vehicle actuated with only internal combustion engine cannot enhance the fuel economy due to wide range operation requirement of the power train. Instead of this, a Hybrid electrical vehicle which uses ICE and two motors can effectively improve the efficiency of the power train. This type of Hybrid electrical vehicle provides four modes of operation, including Electrical vehicle (EV) mode, range extending (RE) mode, hybrid mode, and engine mode. Despite continuous development in HEV’s: short range, long recharging time and cost still act as barriers to their widespread adoption. Therefore, the increasing interest in the development of HEV’s has broken in new designs of HEV’s namely Series Hybrid electrical vehicle, Parallel Hybrid electrical vehicle, Battery electrical vehicle, Plug-in Hybrid electrical vehicle, Range extending Hybrid electrical vehicle. This paper reviews technology used in HEV’s, their types, the effect of different technology mixes for efficient battery recharging and their development towards sustainable, efficient and environmentally friendly transportation.

Reference :

    1. Farhad Ilahi Bakhsh, Mohammad Saad Alam, “Comparative study of Alternative energy vehicles : State of the Art Review”, proceeding of the National Conference on Power, Instrumentation, Energy and control, organized by Electrical Engineering Department, AMU, Aligarh 12-13 Feb 2011.
    2. Federico Millo, Luciano Rolando, Rocco Fuso, Fabio Mallamo, “Real CO2 emissions and benefits and end user’s operating costs of a plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle”, published by Applied Energy (ELSEVIER), pg 563-571, 2013.
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    5. Lv Ming, Yang Ying, Lijie Liang, Lu Yao, Wenyu Zhou, “Energy management strategy of a plug-in parallel hybrid electric vehicle using fuzzy control”, published by Energy Procedia 105 (ELSEVIER), pg 2660-2665, 2017.
    6. Z. Chen, R. Xiong, K. Wang, B. Jiao, “Optimal Energy Management Strategy of a Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Based on a Particle Swarm Optimization Algorithm”. Energies, 8(5), pg. 3661-3678, 2015.
    7. H. Banvait, S. Anwar and Y. Chen, “A rule-based energy management strategy for Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV)”,proceeding of American Control Conference, St. Louis, MO, pg. 3938-3943, 2009.

    1. Farhad Ilahi Bakhsh, Mohammad Saad Alam, “Comparative study of Alternative energy vehicles : State of the Art Review”, proceeding of the National Conference on Power, Instrumentation, Energy and control, organized by Electrical Engineering Department, AMU, Aligarh 12-13 Feb 2011.
    2. Federico Millo, Luciano Rolando, Rocco Fuso, Fabio Mallamo, “Real CO2 emissions and benefits and end user’s operating costs of a plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle”, published by Applied Energy (ELSEVIER), pg 563-571, 2013.
    3. Wei Liu, Hongwen He, Zexing Wang, “A comparison study of Energy Management for a Plug-in Serial Hybrid Electric Vehicle”, published by Energy Procedia 88 (ELSEVIER), pg 854-859, 2016.
    4.  Parag Kulkarne,“Review of Hybrid Electric vehicle”, proceeding of International Journal of emerging Research in management and technology, pg 24-31, March 2015.
    5.  Lv Ming, Yang Ying, Lijie Liang, Lu Yao, Wenyu Zhou, “Energy management strategy of a plug-in parallel hybrid electric vehicle using fuzzy control”, published by Energy Procedia 105 (ELSEVIER), pg 2660-2665, 2017.
    6.  Z. Chen, R. Xiong, K. Wang, B. Jiao, “Optimal Energy Management Strategy of a Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Based on a Particle Swarm Optimization Algorithm”. Energies, 8(5), pg. 3661-3678, 2015.
    7. H. Banvait, S. Anwar and Y. Chen, “A rule-based energy management strategy for Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV)”,proceeding of American Control Conference, St. Louis, MO, pg. 3938-3943, 2009.

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